New Medix Expo BlogWorld has purchased the Small Business Summit and SmallBizTechnology.com‘s Small Business Technology Tour . The Small Business Summit, annual New York event with over 400 attendees (in it’s 8th year being producedShow More Summary
Hey there! It’s the first week of this bright, shiny, brand new year and already I’m writing to you from an airplane. I’m on the way to Las Vegas, where I’ll be speaking at Blogworld’s New Media Expo! My session is on Tuesday morning and it’s titled How To Actually Grow A BIG Brand And [...]Show More Summary
Today at New Media Expo , in Las Vegas, Andrew Hayes, a web producer for hire, gave live critiques of web sites. His critique, specific to the following web sites, is also of importance to all web sites, overall. RetinaEyeDoctor.com Great that the doctor’s face is there (people like to see a human face) Use the... Show More Summary
I should be on my flight to Vegas and headed to the BlogWorld event as I'm writing this. Unfortunately, I came down with the flu. If you're not attending BlogWorld either, for whatever reason, I have two things that will definitely perk your interest!...
I have done many contests in the past to send people to conferences who don’t otherwise have the means to do so themselves. Its been a really rewarding experience and a big oppourtunity for people to make contacts. New Media Expo just announced a “Scholarship” where they will cover all of your costs to this [...]
BlogWorld, which has changed it's name to New Media Expo (NMX), just extended their Early Bird Rates - but they're only good until tonight (Tuesday 7/24) at Midnight PST!
Listen in on my speech for Blogworld and New Media Expo on how to get major press for your blog and business. Research from PR firms,...
At BlogWorld New Media Expo in New York, John P. and Cali Lewis had me on their GeekBeat.tv show where we talked about a mix of digital marketing topics including “walk the talk” marketing consulting, the power of word of mouth, the value of influence, common marketing challenges for companies, ROI vs. the promise of [...]
This is the third in a series of posts about some of the sessions I attended at BlogWorld Expo, New York 2012. The other posts are: BlogWorld #1: “Should I Self-Publish or Get a Book Deal?” with Scott Stratten and Jim Kukral BlogWorld #2: Chris Brogan’s “Lessons Learned Over 11 Years of Blogging” Two of [...]
This is the second in a series of posts about some of the sessions I attended at BlogWorld Expo, New York 2012. You can find the first post, on Scott Stratten and Jim Kukral’s session “Should I self-publish or get a book deal?” here. Chris Brogan has been blogging for eleven years … and has [...]
Ever get jealous that the open, unstructured social media efforts of the community completely trounce your well-planned and even well-funded social media programs? Are you frustrated when your own social media efforts are thwarted by inter-departmental competition? These problems are common, and we can no longer blame them on people “not getting” social media. The [...]
This is the first in a series of posts about some of the sessions I attended at BlogWorld Expo, New York 2012. Important: While I’ve done my best to capture the message of each session, I’m working from my personal notes, rather than transcripts or any official materials. Unless a passage appears in quotation marks, [...]
For those interested, here’s a list of all my notes from Blogworld Expo, BookExpo America, and the BEA Bloggers conference in one handy place. There’s some really good stuff here – but it’s a LOT to go through, too. I know I will be going through these, sharing some at work, and pondering others for [...]
First up, Tom Webster: Edison Research: Funny – he read some of his spam for us. I think he does this in a podcast format sometimes. Next up: Founders of Blogworld. They are changing the name of Blogworld & New Media Expo to … New Media Expo (NMX). Makes sense. Next up: Chris Brogan Anyone [...]
So this morning, I was hopping around between the BEA Bloggers Conference and the BookExpo America (BEA) conference. I will be crazy like that all week – because Blogworld Expo is in the same building. I’ll plan on tagging my posts #BEA, #BEABloggers, and #Blogworld. First off, I listened to Patrick Brown, Community Manager & [...]
Come June 5th at the Jacob Javit Convention Center in New York City, the rich, simplified and exceptional BlogWorld and New Media Expo will kick off strong with industry leaders waiting to dish out content marketing strategies, tips, advises and lessons. Show More Summary
I’m sitting here in the San Jose airport (mechanical delay, hehe) thinking about how much I have to be grateful for. I’m heading out to BlogWorld New Media Expo in New York City for the next 4 days. I’ll be speaking at two different times: First, I’ll be giving a solo presentation entitled “Broke, Burnt-Out, [...]
On Monday morning, I'm flying up to New York City for Blogworld Expo East, 2012. And... for the third time, I am the track organizer for monetization. The monetization track for this conference is shaping up to be something awesome. And I wanted to publish a quick preview of the track.
BlogWorld Expo NY is one of the best events to learn all about the world of blogging an social media. It’s filled with the famous gurus like Robert Scoble and Chris Brogan and everyone in between. My friends Howard Greenstein, Jim Kukral, Barry Moltz and lots of others are attending and sharing their insight! BlogWorld is [...]
Brian Matson, Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau, shared some excellent tips for video in small town tourism at our Tourism Currents Track at BlogWorld Expo in LA last year. Brian Matson knows great videobecause he does great video. Many destinations create slick, expensive videos to showcase their entire place in 5 to 7 minutes. Show More Summary