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Join Us for a Photo Walk at NMX 2014

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photo walk Recently, we confirmed that Aaron Hockley and Darlene Hildebrandt will be leading a photography workshop, “Photography for your Website: from Camera to the Web” at NMX 2014, and now we have even better news for photographers: this dynamic duo will also be leading a photo walk at NMX 2014.

The official NMX 2013 Photo Walk will be held on January 3 starting at 3:30 PM. Meet us out front of Bally’s Hotel on the Strip – look for the gang with cameras near the garden and taxi stand area.

You do not have to be a professional photographer, or even have a fancy camera. Just come with whatever you have to take a few photos, even your Smart Phone is fine!

Then, attend Aaron and Darlene’s workshop to learn how to take those pictures to the next level.

This special event is free, but please register here if you’re thinking about attending so Aaron and Darlene know how many people to expect. See you at the show!

Announcing the NMX14 Sunday Keynote: “QR Codes Kill Kittens” with Scott Stratten (Plus a Free Book)

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scott stratten We’re proud to announce that the NMX Sunday morning keynote will feature one of our favorite speakers: Scott Stratten. As an added bonus, if you attend “QR Codes Kill Kittens: How to Alienate Customers, Dishearten Employees, and Drive Your Business into the Ground” you’ll receive a free copy of his new book of the same name.

Make his triumphant, angry return to the NMX keynote stage, Scott will rant about technology, social media, and practically all “new media” has hurt business, and what to do about it. From the lunacy of logos, to the kitten killing QR codes, this will be a ride that will equip you with the tools to make sure you do the most important thing in business: stay out of Scott’s next book.

The first 500 people will receive a copy of Scott’s new book, and you’ll even have the chance to get it signed afterward. This is a keynote you definitely don’t want to miss.

Mark your calendars and be in the audience at 9 AM on Sunday, January 5. Don’t have your ticket to the show yet? Grab one here now! LOYAL20 is good for 20% off your ticket to see Scott and all of our other amazing speakers.

How to Get the Most out of New Media Expo

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Editor’s note: Big THANK YOU to Antonio Centeno, one of our NMX 2014 speakers, for writing this guide to NMX based on his past experiences. Feel free to add your own tips with a comment below. Are you new to NMX? We’ll be having a New Attendee Orientation on Saturday for everyone who wants to learn more about getting the most out of NMX.

New Media Expo 2014 is only two weeks away.

Are you ready to get the most out of it?

If you’ve got a business that you’re hoping to promote or attract interest to while you’re at the New Media Expo, start the groundwork immediately. Don’t wait until the last minute — start you preparation now, so that by January you’re way ahead of the game.

1. Craft Your Elevator Pitch

Just what do you have to offer that other people at NMX will want to hear about?

Whatever it is, learn to say it in 30 seconds.  Yeah – you want to keep it short and to the point. Your “elevator pitch” is a quick summary to quickly determine if people are interested in hearing more or not.  It’s not your life story!

These are the pieces I include in mine:

  • Name
  • A statement  of a problem that the person you’re meeting will agree with and clearly understand
  • How you solve that problem

My Example:

Hi, I’m Antonio.  You know how most men have no clue when it comes to dressing sharp?

Most people at this point agree – in fact they often state they have this problem themselves or their husband/brother/boyfriend does.

Well, I help men dress better by creating practical videos and articles that show them why style matters.  I use Science and my background as a former US Marine to show men how a strong personal presentation can help them achieve more both professionally and personally.

This type of pitch is VERY effective because it involves the person you just spoke with and therefore is much more memorable.  They may not need my services – but they’ll remember me and that makes me very referable.

Don’t try to improvise; practice your pitch ahead of time and then write it down.  Rehearse it and make small improvements here or there depending on people’s reactions and what naturally feels right to you during delivery.

Remember that an active networker is going to meet upwards of fifty people each day at NMX. Develop a pitch that gives them something to remember you by. You want to look professional, practiced, and referable — someone who can’t help you personally may know someone else who’d be interested in hearing your pitch, if it’s a good, memorable pitch.

And yes, hand ’em your business card after you’ve properly introduced yourself and ALWAYS ask them about their business/reason for being there.

2. Dress Sharp

Most of the businesses represented at NMX are online businesses. The people behind them might only have one or two face-to-face meetings with their customers every year.

That means that you’ve only got one or two opportunities to fix an image in people’s minds that goes with your brand name.

Don’t believe the line that the tech industry doesn’t care about appearances. Entrepreneurs may not care if you wear a tie or not, but how we dress matters.  This is especially true when we’re meeting people for the first time – we’re human beings, and we take mental shortcuts and classify others based off how they appear.

For men – dark jeans and a classic sports jacket work well; so do light gray slacks and a blazer if you want to look a little more conservative.   At the very least wear a crisply ironed dress shirt with grey/navy/khaki slacks and dress shoes.

For the ladies – dress in a manner that befits the message you’re looking to send.  Are you and up and coming professional looking to raise awareness of your social media firm?  Keep the jewelry and accessories to a minimum but spice up the black suit with a pair of fun shoes.  Skirts are perfect for Vegas, but bring two pairs of leggings (just in case) and if you’re wearing heels consider a change of flats for the second part of the day (you’ll be walking a lot).

Take the time to think about the image you want to project — and to find the clothes that do it.

3. Use a Packing List

Don’t rely on memory the night before the Expo. Pack from a list, not from your head.

It only takes one small slip-up to sabotage yourself. Forgetting your business cards or the power cord for your phone or laptop can result in, at best, an added delay and inconvenience while you run around Las Vegas searching for a replacement — and at worst, could result in you meeting less people, or leaving a worse impression with the people you do meet.

Create a list for yourself that includes everything you’re going to need:

  • clothing for the full three days — plan specific outfits and pack them!
  • electronics — your phone, your laptop, and all the peripherals
  • analog networking tools — business cards, pens, and a small notebook
  • travel supplies — snacks, a book, whatever

Make a list for yourself. Don’t rely on someone else’s pre-printed checklist (their needs might not be the same as yours), and don’t try to pack without a list. Jet pilots and astronauts use long, detailed checklists for a reason — and so should you.

4. Research Other Guests

Is there someone at NMX that you specifically want to talk to?

Check the schedule ahead of time to see who you’re interested in. Then spend time browsing their websites, checking them out on Twitter and Facebook, and so on, learning how they like to do business and interact with fans or customers.

If you’re hoping to approach a speaker, remember that right after their speech or presentation is the worst possible time to do it. They’re going to be tired, and they’ll be swamped with 15 other people vying for their time.

A better tactic is to build a relationship ahead of time.   Comment on their posts.  Interact with them on Twitter or Facebook.  Build an online friendship – then mention you’ll be at NMX and leverage this warm online relationship into a real face-to-face one.

If you can’t get in touch with the person you’re interested in, see who they are talking to — it might be easier for you to connect with their inner circle.  Form real friendships, and they’ll help get you in touch at a later date.

5. Schedule and Prioritize

What are the most important things for you to get out of the conference?

There are probably two or three presentations that are really important to you, but most of the value lies in meetings and chat. Spend a little extra cash to get the presentation recordings if you’re really interested in them. Plan on spending the rest of your time meeting and greeting – this is the part of NMX that can’t be done except in Vegas!

Also, leave plenty of flex time for impromptu meetings and try to schedule some sit-downs with the people you’re most interested in. They’ll remember a planned meeting that they set time aside for more than an elevator pitch with a total stranger.

In conclusion – spending a few hours planning your NMX trip is going to have a very high return on investment.  You’re spending quite a bit of time and money to attend – get the most bang out of your buck by showing up prepared for success.

Super Session Spotlight: How to Convert Your Casual Readers into a Thriving Community of Raving Fans

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At NMX 2014, we’ll be presenting several Super Sessions, which are longer and more in-depth sessions to kick off our Blogging, Podcasting, Web TV, and Business Tracks every day. Today’s Super Session Spotlight is all about Pat Flynn, who will be presenting “How to Convert Your Casual Readers into a Thriving Community of Raving Fans” in the Blogging Track on Day One.

Pat Flynn In the world of blogging, few people work harder than Pat Flynn. I say this not to give him a pat on the back (haha, “pat” on the back – I crack myself up), though he definitely deserves it. I think it’s important to know that the backbone of his success is the hard work.

We’re proud to be welcoming Pat back to the NMX stage, this time to present the Super Session “How to Convert Your Casual Readers into a Thriving Community of Raving Fans.” Get your ticket to the show here if you haven’t already!

If you want a taste of what you can expect from Pat at NMX, look no farther than Smart Passive Income. Specifically, here are some of my favorite resources, pages, and posts from his site:

Something else I’d like to point you to is Pat’s most recent ebook, Let Go, which has over 200 five-star reviews on Amazon. (And for those of you without a Kindle, you can also purchase the book for your Nook or via Snippet (which allows you to view on your i-Devices).

Why are we bringing Pat to NMX for a Super Session? Three main reasons:

1. He walks the walk.

Pat doesn’t preach ideas he doesn’t use himself. He tests his theories, posts his results, and encourages you to do the same. He isn’t slinging BS or promising readers that they’ll “get rich quick” if only they purchase his new $97 report, which is filled with outdated advice that you can read anywhere. He tries new techniques constantly and even talks about his mistakes.

2. His tips work across all niches.

Often, I see marketing bloggers talking about ways to make money online that are only really relevant if you have a blog about ways to make money online. It’s a vicious cycle. But Pat is actually a niche blogger. Yes, he has Smart Passive Income, but what you may not know is that he got his start with a niche site about the LEED test in the architecture industry. He also has a security guard training site, a site for people who want to create clickable maps, and a food truck site.

3. He delivers.

Pat has spoken at NMX in the past and has also spoken at other conferences. His sessions are among the highest-rated wherever he goes. It isn’t just because he is charismatic. Pat also prepared like crazy for his session, putting dozens of hours of work into a single one-hour speaking gig, including research, content creation, practice, and more. He’s also super approachable, so if you have a question after his session, even if you don’t get a chance to ask at the mic, you can ask at a networking party or if you see him in the halls.

I hope to see you all at Pat’s Super Session, “How to Convert Your Casual Readers into a Thriving Community of Raving Fans” at NMX 2014. If you don’t already have a ticket, make sure to secure your seat here! And get there early – I suspect that Pat’s session will be standing room only, even if we give him the biggest room available! Oh and just in case you don’t make it to Pat’s Super Session? Don’t worry – he’s speaking in Podcasting Track too!

Making the Most out of NMX: Las Vegas Travel Tips for Attendees

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Las Vegas can be a daunting city to visit, especially if it is the first time you have been there. There are so many possibilities and things to do. I wanted to share my advice and tips on the city with everyone visiting for New Media Expo.

I have visited Las Vegas often, and love the city. People think I am crazy as visit for two weeks at a time. This has meant that I have had time to explore and try out what the city has to offer. I have a number of podcasts with advice and tips that could help you plan for making the most of your time in the city I wanted to share with NMX attendees.

These are:

  • 24 Must-do Things in and around Las Vegas

In this podcast episode, I talk about things to do on The Strip, Downtown, and further afield, as well as the best places to shop. This guide works you through the things to do from one side of town to the other in order you come across them.

Save the link to listen later.
Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.

  • Tips for Travellers Visiting Las Vegas

This is one of my most popular podcasts I have ever done. In the podcast I give a history of the city and then tips and advice on getting the most out of the city including best ways to get around , shows and more.

Save the link to listen later.
Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.

If you prefer to read rather than listen, check out my Tips for Travellers Las Vegas blog post. See you all in Vegas!

Announcing the 2013 Podcast Awards Finalists! (Plus, A Discount for All Nominees)

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Once again we are thrilled to be giving the 9th Annual Podcast Awards ceremony a home at New Media Expo in Las Vegas on Sunday Jan 5, 2014. It’s an exciting night to celebrate podcasting and podcasters, and we look forward to meeting the many nominees and finalists in person! We want to extend an invitation to all of them to join us at the awards ceremony on January 5th, 2014.

Since the people who nominated the shows are not required to provide the podcaster’s contact information, we’re unable to reach all 4,000 nominees directly. However, Podcast Connect has compiled a list of the finalists below and we would like to invite each of them to provide their contact information so we can correspond with them. Additionally, all 4,000 Podcast Award nominees  who confirm contact info will be given a special  discount to attend New Media Expo.

How do you know if you are a nominee? Well if you or any of your listeners nominated you then you can consider yourself a nominee and we are providing an extra incentive to get you to the show!

If you’re one of the nominees, we’re pleased to offer you a 30% on any NMX conference pass so you can attend our three-day event. A minimum purchase of an Exhibit Hall Only Pass is required to attend the 9th Annual Podcast Awards.

Nominees: Confirm your contact information here

If you’re one of the finalists below, we’d like to sweeten the deal and offer you a 50% discount on any NMX conference pass. Again, a minimum purchase of an Exhibit Hall Only Pass is required to attend the 9th Annual Podcast Awards.

Finalists: Confirm your contact information

We hope you’ll join your fellow podcasters and other content creators at the conference and come congratulate the Podcast Award winners in person!

Peoples Choice

Alohomora [url] [rss]
Beyond the To-Do List [url] [rss]
ESPN: Fantasy Focus Baseball [url] [rss]
Manager Tools [url] [rss]
No Agenda [url] [rss]
Satellite Sisters [url] [rss]
Simple Life Together [url] [rss]
Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast [url] [rss]
The Majority Report [url] [rss]
The Morning Stream [url] [rss]

Best Produced

Caustic Soda Podcast [url] [rss]
Destination WDW [url] [rss]
Gamertag Radio [url] [rss]
Hogwarts Radio [url] [rss]
Know How [url] [rss]
ONCE – Once Upon a Time podcast [url] [rss]
Priority One Podcast [url] [rss]
Radiolab [url] [rss]
Rob Has a Podcast [url] [rss]
The Walking Dead Cast [url] [rss]

Best Video Podcast

Film Riot [url] [rss]
Framerate [url] [rss]
Geek Beat TV [url] [rss]
iPad 365 [url] [rss]
iPad Today [url] [rss]
NSFW [url] [rss]
Rob Has a Podcast [url] [rss]
Rooster Teeth Podcast [url] [rss]
The Art of Photography [url] [rss]
The Young Turks [url] [rss]

Business

Beyond the To-Do List [url] [rss]
DH Unplugged [url] [rss]
Entrepreneur On Fire [url] [rss]
Income Press Podcast [url] [rss]
Livelihood Show [url] [rss]
Manager Tools [url] [rss]
NPR: Planet Money Podcast [url] [rss]
Smart Passive Income Podcast [url] [rss]
The Engaging Brand [url] [rss]
The Suitcase Entrepreneur [url] [rss]

Comedy

Comedy Button [url] [rss]
Comedy4Cast [url] [rss]
Humble and Fred Radio [url] [rss]
Janey Godleys Podcast [url] [rss]
Jim And Them [url] [rss]
The Adam Carolla Show [url] [rss]
The Bugle [url] [rss]
The Morning Stream [url] [rss]
The Ramen Noodle Comedy Podcast [url] [rss]
WTF with Marc Maron [url] [rss]

Cultural / Arts

Anime Addicts Anonymous Podcast [url] [rss]
Anime Pulse [url] [rss]
Major Spoilers [url] [rss]
NPR Pop Culture Happy Hour [url] [rss]
Stuff You Missed in History Class [url] [rss]
Sword & Laser [url] [rss]
The Combat Jack Show [url] [rss]
Theatre Geeks [url] [rss]
This American Life [url] [rss]
Veteran Empire Podcast [url] [rss]

Education

Caustic Soda Podcast [url] [rss]
Grammar Girl: Quick and Dirty Tips [url] [rss]
MuggleNet Academia [url] [rss]
School Sucks Project [url] [rss]
Simple Life Together [url] [rss]
Smart People Podcast [url] [rss]
The British History Podcast [url] [rss]
The History Chicks [url] [rss]
The Podcast History of Our World [url] [rss]
The Public Speaker [url] [rss]

Entertainment

A Podcast of Ice and Fire [url] [rss]
Alohomora! [url] [rss]
Firewall and Iceberg [url] [rss]
Hollywood Babble On [url] [rss]
Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast [url] [rss]
SurvivorTalk with D&D [url] [rss]
Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast [url] [rss]
The Comic Book Cast [url] [rss]
Unoffical One Piece Podcast [url] [rss]
Walking Dead Cast [url] [rss]

Food and Drink

Alcohollywood [url] [rss]
Dining with Doug and Karen [url] [rss]
Mike and Tom Eat Snacks [url] [rss]
Mommy’s Cocktail Hour [url] [rss]
Nutrition Diva [url] [rss]
Our Hen House [url] [rss]
Should I Drink That [url] [rss]
The Beerists Podcast [url] [rss]
The Splendid Table [url] [rss]
Wine for Normal People [url] [rss]

Gaming

Gamertag Radio [url] [rss]
Giant Bombcast [url] [rss]
PolyCast [url] [rss]
Priority One Podcast [url] [rss]
Rooster Teeth Podcast [url] [rss]
The Final Score [url] [rss]
The Independent Characters [url] [rss]
The Instance [url] [rss]
The Shaft [url] [rss]
Trinity Force [url] [rss]

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General

Airline Pilot Guy [url] [rss]
Greetings from Nowhere [url] [rss]
Internet Box [url] [rss]
Manic Mommies [url] [rss]
Podquiz [url] [rss]
Pretty Good Podcast [url] [rss]
Reality Check [url] [rss]
Satellite Sisters [url] [rss]
School of Podcasting [url] [rss]
Success Freaks [url] [rss]

GLBT

Bend Over and Take It! [url] [rss]
Cocktails and Creampuffs [url] [rss]
Feast of Fun [url] [rss]
Flaming Freedom [url] [rss]
Gay Ambition Podcast [url] [rss]
Homoground [url] [rss]
PNS Explosion [url] [rss]
ScreamQueenz Horror Podcast [url] [rss]
This Show is So Gay [url] [rss]
Throwing Shade [url] [rss]

Health / Fitness

Diet Science [url] [rss]
Elsie’s Yoga Class [url] [rss]
Get-Fit Guy [url] [rss]
JournalTalk [url] [rss]
Magical Medical Tour [url] [rss]
Mighty Cast [url] [rss]
Runner Academy [url] [rss]
The Angriest Trainer [url] [rss]
The Extra Mile Podcast [url] [rss]
The Fat Burning Man [url] [rss]

Mature

Dating Skills Review [url] [rss]
Distorted View [url] [rss]
Drunkcast [url] [rss]
Polyamory Weekly [url] [rss]
Risk Show [url] [rss]
Savage LoveCast [url] [rss]
Sex Nerd Sandra [url] [rss]
Sex With Emily [url] [rss]
Sick and Wrong [url] [rss]
Swingercast [url] [rss]

Movies / Films

Animation Addicts Podcast [url] [rss]
Doug Loves Movies [url] [rss]
Film Sack [url] [rss]
How Did This Get Made? [url] [rss]
Is it a bicycle? [url] [rss]
Movie Spoilers [url] [rss]
The Daily Spill [url] [rss]
The Flop House [url] [rss]
The Hollywood Outsider [url] [rss]
We Hate Movies [url] [rss]

PodSafe Music

All Songs Considered [url] [rss]
Americana Music Show [url] [rss]
Coverville [url] [rss]
Friday Night Dance Party [url] [rss]
Hardstyle Team Podcast [url] [rss]
Irish and Celtic Music [url] [rss]
Jonah Raydio [url] [rss]
Live Wire! Podcast Radio [url] [rss]
The Americana Rock Mix [url] [rss]
The Bugcast [url] [rss]

Politics / News

American Conservative University [url] [rss]
Common Sense with Dan Carlin [url] [rss]
Congressional Dish [url] [rss]
Democracy Now [url] [rss]
Electric Politics [url] [rss]
Free Talk Live [url] [rss]
Freedomain Radio [url] [rss]
No Agenda [url] [rss]
Slate Political Gabfest [url] [rss]
The Majority Report [url] [rss]

Religion Inspiration

A Survival Guide 4 Christian Men [url] [rss]
Are You Just Watching? [url] [rss]
Catholic Vitamins [url] [rss]
Feeding My Faith [url] [rss]
Inappropriate Conversations [url] [rss]
More than One Lesson [url] [rss]
Mormon Fair-Cast [url] [rss]
The Break with Father Roderick [url] [rss]
The Sci-fi Christian [url] [rss]
Zencast [url] [rss]

Science

Blame It On Outer Space [url] [rss]
Everyday Einstein [url] [rss]
Quirks and Quarks [url] [rss]
Radiolab [url] [rss]
Science Friday [url] [rss]
StarTalk [url] [rss]
The Brain Science Podcast [url] [rss]
The Skeptics Guide to the Universe [url] [rss]
This Week in Science [url] [rss]
WeatherBrains [url] [rss]

Sports

Americarnage [url] [rss]
Bang Radio Hour [url] [rss]
CBSSports.com Fantasy Football Today Podcast [url] [rss]
Dear Mr. Fantasy Baseball Podcast [url] [rss]
ESPN: Fantasy Focus Baseball [url] [rss]
Hang Up and Listen [url] [rss]
Ivy Envy [url] [rss]
Puck Podcast [url] [rss]
Sports & Torts [url] [rss]
Who-Dey Weekly [url] [rss]

Technology

Nerdzilla [url] [rss]
Security Now! [url] [rss]
Stolendroids [url] [rss]
Tech News Today [url] [rss]
The Audacity to Podcast [url] [rss]
The Computer Tutor Podcast [url] [rss]
The MacCast [url] [rss]
The Vergecast [url] [rss]
The Waves of Tech [url] [rss]
This Week In Tech [url] [rss]

Travel

Amateur Traveler [url] [rss]
Destination WDW [url] [rss]
Living the RV Dream [url] [rss]
Mouse Chat [url] [rss]
Mousetalgia [url] [rss]
The Be Our Guest Podcast [url] [rss]
The Bowery Boys [url] [rss]
The DISunplugged [url] [rss]
WDW Radio [url] [rss]
WEDway Radio [url] [rss]

Podcasters, We Want You! Apply Now for the NMX Podcast Pavilion

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Want to do your podcast live from the Expo floor?

leo at Podcast Pavilion The Podcast Pavilion was the place to be for podcasters at the 2013 show and it will be again at NMX 2014. There was always something new happening at the Pavilion, and this year we want you to join us!

Recording your podcast from the expo floor brings a whole new energy to your show. You never know who will show up. Last year Success Freaks saw Leo Laporte walking by and pulled him into their show. When it comes to getting guests, that’s a win!

Fun times for your audience too. When the Beerist Podcast  had a little mishap involving beer flowing into Anastacia Kelly’s boot, well, the visual was priceless. You just had to be there.

So bring your show to our show! We have two full stations, including two mics*,  where we provide the all the equipment you need to record your show and a third for folks who like to use their own equipment.

 

Click here to apply now

 

Spots are limited–the conference goes by fast–so if you’re interested, make sure you apply immediately to get a spot on the schedule.

* Thanks to Charles McFall and R. Mordant Mahon for providing extra mics.

The NMX 2014 Schedule is Now Posted!

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It seems like just yesterday when we announced our first round of speakers for NMX. Now, the event is just around the corner!

As we continue to build our our programming, we’ll be adding a ton of session and descriptions to help you plan your personal schedule for NMX. However, our base NMX 2014 schedule is now available on our event website here: http://nmxlive.com/2014-lv/schedule/

You can also create an account on Sched.org if you want to save sessions, create a schedule you can refer to later, and tell others which sessions you’ll be attending.

Don’t forget to visit our speaker bios here to find out more about all of our speakers and tweet messages of support to everyone who will be on stage at NMX 2014.

Today is the last day to get a discounted ticket to NMX 2014, so if you haven’t picked up your ticket yet, don’t delay. And hey, we’re friends, right? Use ALLI20 for a special 20% discount on any ticket. I’d love to see you at the show! Learn more and register here.

Don’t Miss This Massive NMX 2014 Speaker Announcement!

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Oct Speaker Group

We’re nearing the end of our speaker selection process for NMX 2014, and today we have a huge, awesome group of speakers to announce! This is shaping up to be the best conference in the history of NMX/BlogWorld, and that is not an understatement! Check out the amazing new speakers that will be joining us in Las Vegas this January (and remember, you can see all of our 2014 speakers here):

  • Bill Momary from Ebyline, whose session will teach you how to sell yourself to the media without selling out
  • Carol Cain from Girl Gone Travel, who will be doing a special session for travel bloggers
  • Cora Harrington, who will be presenting a community session in the Blogging Track
  • Dan Miller from 48 Days, who will be teaching us how to create a top-ranked podcast
  • Elsie Escobar from Libsyn who will be joining us as part of the Podcasting Track
  • Heather Greenwood Davis, the travel blogger behind Globetrotting Mama, who will be teaching you how to make money with your blog
  • Ian Cleary from Razor Social, who will be giving you tools to make you a more productive blogger
  • Jason Keath, social media specialist and speaker who is the mastermind behind SocialFresh
  • Kathy Doyle from Macmillan Quick & Dirty Tips, which produces award-winning podcasts like Grammar Girl and Nutrition Diva
  • Lian Dolan, a powerhouse in podcasting whose panel you don’t want to miss
  • Lisa B. Marshall, who will be joining us on a panel in the Podcasting Track
  • Luvvie Ajayi, who will be leading a personal branding workshop
  • Neal Schaffer, whose podcasting session is one you don’t want to miss
  • Paula Pant, a personal finance blogger who will help you rethink the way you create content
  • Ray Edwards, a podcasting panelist who will teach us what it takes to have a top podcast
  • Todd Cochran, the CEO of RawVoice, founder of the Podcast Awards, and host of the New Media Show and Geek News Central

Whew! What a great group of blogging, podcasting, and business speakers! And if that wasn’t enough, we’re also proud to announce a huge group of speakers who will be participating on panels and presenting solo sessions in the Web TV & Video track, led by Tim Street.

These speakers include:

  • April Grant
  • Avi Glijansky
  • Christine Weatherup
  • David H. Lawrence XVII
  • Frank Krueger
  • Greg Benson
  • J. Lee
  • J. Sibley Law
  • Jeff Burns
  • Jenn Page
  • Jennifer Selke
  • John Gilles
  • Kim Evey
  • Lon Seidman
  • Matt Morgenthaler
  • Michael Terpin
  • Paul Kontonis
  • Scott Brown
  • Shilpi Roy

We have even more speakers and panelists coming to this track, but as you can see, it is shaping up to be an educational experience you don’t want to miss if you are interested in producing, directing, acting, and editing.

I hope to see you at NMX 2014 to learn from all of our amazing speakers. If you don’t have your ticket yet, what are you waiting for? This is the LAST week to get your ticket at a discounted price, so don’t delay: Join the  media revolution today!

Meet Our Brand New NMX 2014 Speakers!

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We’re counting down the days to NMX 2014 – can you believe that we’re just a few months away? It feels like just yesterday we were wrapping up NMX 2013!

Over the past few months, we’ve announced some awesome speakers who will be joining us on stage in Vegas this coming January. We initially announced a first, small group, but since then have mentioned keynoters, podcasters, bloggers, and more! Today, I have another great group of speakers to introduce!

sept 24 speaker group

Coming to the NMX stage in Jan 2014, you’ll be able to see:

  • Abel James from Fat-Burning Man
  • Antonio Centeno from Real Men Real Style
  • Barry Feldmen from Feldman Creative
  • Bob Dunn, WordPress Trainer and Coach
  • David Risley from Blog Marketing Academy
  • Dustin Hartzler, from Your Website Engineer
  • Jason Ojalvo from Audible
  • Mignon Fogarty, aka Grammer Girl
  • Mitch Wilson from Sports Chat Place
  • Penny Sansevieri from Author Marketing Experts

You can see our complete list of speakers here, along with links to find more information on their bio pages. Make sure you visit all of the bios to see our “click to tweet” links so you can congratulate your favorites on being invited to speak at NMX 2014!

Also stay tuned: on Friday, we have a HUGE announcement coming about our Web TV and Video track at NMX 2014. You don’t want to miss this one, guys and gals.

If you haven’t picked up your ticket yet, there’s no better time to do so. Join the media revolution at NMX 2014. Learn more here! (And hey, we’re friends, right? Feel free to use ALLI20 for 20% off any ticket to the show.)

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