Today marks the start of Blog World Expo 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m very excited that I will be attending this year. I’ll get a chance to learn about new trends and strategies in the online marketing industry, and meet bloggers that I follow regularly: Jonathan Volk, Jeremy Schomaker, John Chow, and many, many more.

Information about the Conference

  • Who: 200+ Speakers, 3 Days of Education, and a Tradeshow Exploding with New Media Innovations
  • What:  Blog World Expo 2010
  • Where: Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Convention Center
  • When:  October 14th-16th
  • Keynotes:  Brian Solis, Scott Stratten, Rohit Bhargava, Doug Ullman, Adam Corolla

Purchase Last Minute Tickets

If you’re interested in attending Blog World Expo 2010, tickets are still available. I purchased the weekend-only pass, but you have the option for a full-access, or Thursday-only pass. See you there!

Sessions I’ll Be Attending

Blog World stepped it up this year with a cool feature that allows you to share the sessions you’re attending with the public. You can also send meeting requests with other conference attendees. Check out the sessions I’ll be attending. I’ve highlighted several sessions I’m looking forward to below.


Monetizing Your Blog: (60 Tips in Sixty Minutes)
Speakers: Jeremy Schoemaker, Jonathan Volk, Zac Johnson, John Chow

Monetization Super Panel
Speakers: Anita Campbell, Darren Rowse, John Chow


Getting Noticed: Building Your PR Plan
Speakers: Erik Deutsch, Hilary Allard, Sarah Evans, Serena Ehrlich

Leveraging Traditional Media – How to Get on Food Editor’s Radar 
Speakers: Jeff Houck, Andrea Metcalf, Kat Kinsman, Rene Lynch

Live Blogging

Be sure to follow the Blog World Expo #bwe10 hashtag on Twitter. Also, check back here for updates throughout the conference. I’ll do my best to cover all the best tips and tactics of the event.


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