Engaging Today’s Homebuyers Where They Live: Online


… by Matt Gentile, Director of Public Relations and Social Media, Century 21 Real Estate LLC In today’s rapidly changing marketplace, connecting with consumers where they already are — social and mobile platforms — is essential to brand marketing. It’s not just about understanding what consumers want; it’s about listening and delivering what they want … [Read more]

The Importance of Filling Out Your BlogWorld Survey


If you attended BlogWorld ’10, you probably received a survey in your in box this week. This survey is asking some general questions about what you thought about the event, your likes and dislikes, and general overall experience. In the next few weeks, we’re also going to be sending out surveys for individual sessions you … [Read more]

BlogWorld ’10: More Women Than Ever

Deb at BlogWorld

2010 was BlogWorld’s Year of the Woman. We worked hard to make sure we had the best possible content for our conference and almost 50% of our speakers were women. You see, though our most important goal was to ensure you had the best educational experience possible, we were also under pressure to make sure … [Read more]

Farnoosh Brock on Turning BlogWorld Experiences into a Book


Farnoosh Brock from Prolific Living is someone who first entered my radar right before BlogWorld, when she stopped by my own blog, After Graduation, and left a comment. She was one of the roughly ten million awesome bloggers I didn’t get to meet in Vegas, unfortunately, but following the event I kept seeing her pop … [Read more]

BlogWorld Was Featured on ABC’s Good Morning America


The BlogWorld Team is happy to announce some exciting news! This morning, Friday November 19th, BlogWorld & New Media Expo 2010 was featured on ABC’s Good Morning America in a segment with Workplace Correspondent Tory Johnson. Did you miss it? No worries, you can catch the video on ABC’s website and read Tory’s article here. … [Read more]

Want to Make More Money as a Blogger? Step One: Stop Blogging.


One of the presentations that I made a point to attend while at BlogWorld Expo 2010 was “Treating Your Blog Like a Business” with David Risley, Lisa Morosky, and Nathan Hangen (and moderated by Jordan Cooper). This topic is especially important in my opinion and where a lot of bloggers seem to fall short. You … [Read more]

Getting Your Blog Noticed by the Pros

It's not about what they can give you - it's about what you can give them!

During BlogWorld 2010, travel PR professionals John Forest Ales and Terri Maruca sat down with moderator Stafford Kendall to talk about how to get noticed by the travel pros. While I didn’t get to attend this session live, I’m loving my virtual BlogWorld ticket right now because in listening to the panel, this is relevant … [Read more]

BlogWorld Virtual Conference: 50% Off Sale

Blogworld & Social Media Business SUmmit

If you wanted to attend BlogWorld but it was either not the right time or not the right price, we have a solution. As you may be aware, we’re offering a virtual conference featuring recordings from BlogWorld ’10 and our Social Media Business Summit, plus slides for most sessions. Also included is membership into our … [Read more]

Are You Actively Trying to Make Your Blog Suck Less?

scott hanselman

At BlogWorld 2010, Scott Hanselman spoke about 32 Ways to Make Your Blog Suck Less. It was a presentation I had missed at the actual event – so thank god for my virtual pass, because this was one of the most entertaining sessions I’ve seen thus far. No smoke blowin’ – I actually laughed out … [Read more]

BlogWorld’s Over, Now What?

Blogworld Mandalay Bay

BlogWorld 2010 was probably the most rewarding experience of my career. Being a part of this extraordinary team and helping to pull off such an important event is a rush I can’t even begin to describe. In the last few weeks before the event it was a little stressful as we did our best to … [Read more]