The BlogWorld early bird pricing ends on July 15th, which is only a few days away. Many of you have been hitting me up on Twitter or email requesting information regarding speakers and the schedule in order to make a decision about whether to commit to attending BlogWorld before the early pricing ends.
If the Monetization Super Panel wasn’t enough to convince you to attend, perhaps this will: Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett are putting together a special ProBlogger Track for Thursday, October 14th. The ProBlogger Track will include four one hour sessions based on the bloggers needs.
We’ve been doing some research into the needs of bloggers and have identified three key themes that we want to address. We’re looking to incorporate some different styles of presentation into the day including keynotes, case studies, interviews, panels and Q&A.
Darren and Chris will offer more details as they become available.
If you’re looking to start blogging or if you’re a blogger hoping to expand upon your expertise, you may want to consider signing up for an all access pass so you can attend Thursday sessions including the newly added ProBlogger track and the Social Media Business Summit.
Stay tuned to the BlogWorld Twitter account , Facebook page, and this blog for more updates to the BlogWorld schedule.
Deb Ng is Conference Director for BlogWorld and blogs about blogging and social media at Kommein. Feel free to follow her on Twitter @debng,
Sounds like a great track, can’t wait to see what they’re going to include!
I appreciate that you’re trying to get the schedule together, but you really should extend the early bird pricing for at least a week or two after you release the full agenda.
Let me comment on that John, We really set the early bird registration up for people who have already been to the show and know what to expect, and for people who know they are coming know matter what. It is just impossible for us to get the schedule up before this deadline.
We are in effect asking people to trust us and in exchange they get an amazing deal on registration. If it helps at all here is the schedule from last year.
You can expect a similar caliber of sessions and speakers every year.
I understand, but I’m trying to organize a group of clients for this event, and while I know last year’s event agenda rocked, I can’t, in good conscience, ask them to base a $1,000-$2,000 expenditure on a past agenda. And I know the $300 registration difference on the 16th is going to be a tipping point for some of them.