In Which the BlogWorld Team Wishes You Happy Holidays

Rick Calvert Xmas

At BlogWorld, we recognize our most valuable asset is our community; the people who we spend time with both online and off. You’ve all been so amazingly supportive of us throughout the years and we want you to know how much your support means to us. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to … [Read more]

‘Twas the Night Before BlogWorld

Twas the night before BlogWorld, when all through the hall The hustle and bustle of preparing for it all. The signs were hung by the rafters with care, Catching the eye of all who would be there. The speakers were giving good cheer in the lounge, While raising their glasses, shouting “one last round!” And … [Read more]

BlogWorld New York & Los Angeles Breaks Attendance Records

We hope you joined us at our New York and/or Los Angeles events in 2011, and if you did – you helped us break our previous attendance records! Between the two shows, BlogWorld hosted more than 4,750 attendees and 335,000 online viewers. “BlogWorld West in Los Angeles was our most successful show to date in … [Read more]

After Business Plans for Bloggers

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… by Thursday Bram Business plans can be a scary topic to bring up with bloggers: many of us have very clear ideas on how we want to make money with our sites and the consideration that there are numbers change the ball game can be terrifying. I knew this going into my session at … [Read more]

Curation: The Blogger’s Ally

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… by paper.li What is content curation? Simply said, online content curation is the organizing, filtering, presenting and sharing of the most relevant digital content for a specific audience. Good content curation requires both technology and people working together. Only by adding “the human element” can you truly bring relevance and context to content. We often see … [Read more]

How Journalists Can Make the Most of Facebook

Andrea Vahl

… by Andrea Vahl I had a wonderful time at BlogWorld NY. It was a bit of a whirlwind with meeting people I had known on Twitter for years as well as making new friends, attending great talks, and trying to see a few NY sites while learning the art of walking with nine blisters … [Read more]

Grow Your Blog Now Via Social Media: Wrap-Up

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… by Lori Randall Stradtman Were you able to attend BlogWorld Expo in New York? If not, you missed a wonderful opportunity to meet really cool, savvy people and to learn what they’re best at, complete with tips, tricks, and tutorials. I love the tutorials part. My session was “Grow Your Blog Now Via Social … [Read more]

BlogWorld NYC Featured on CBS Sunday Morning

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You may have noticed a few camera crews roaming around the expo floor at BlogWorld NY and interviewing some of our bloggers. That was CBS Sunday Morning producing a segment about blogging from our conference. We’re excited to share the segment here with you – featuring interviews with bloggers, Srinivas Rao, Dave Ursillo and Danielle … [Read more]

Are You Playing the BlogWorld Follow Up Game?

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BlogWorld, whether it is in Las Vegas, New York, or (soon to be) Los Angeles, is always great for meeting new people. Some of the people you meet are actually “old friends” through social media even though you’ve never met face to face. I always find that very rewarding. Other people you meet might be … [Read more]

Erica Douglass’ Seven Steps to Passionate Pitches

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I’ve been a bit of an Erica Douglass fangirl since I first read her Failure Manifesto back in August 2010. So, when I heard that she would be speaking at BlogWorld New York 2011, I made sure to put her session on my “absolutely cannot miss” schedule. I even wrote it in pen. Pen! I … [Read more]