b5media hosting additional teaching day at BlogWorld Expo

Filed as News on October 20, 2007 12:00 pm

Darren Rowse has reported that blog network b5media will be holding a day of teaching before the BlogWorld Expo in Las Vegas officially kicks off.

The schedule on 7th November is as follows:

0915-1000: “How to Use Digg to Assplode Your Blog” – Brian Clark/Aaron Brazell
1015-1100: “Thriving as a B-List Blogger” – Jeremy Wright/Allen Stern
1115-1145: “Creating a Powerblogging Toolset” – Marshall Kirkpatrick/Tris Hussey
1200-1230: “Amping Up Your WordPress Blog” – Brian Layman/Mark Jaquith
1430-1515: “Survival Tips for Network Bloggers” – Leora Zellman/Mary Jo Manzanares
1530-1615: “Creating Conversations With Your Readers” – Alex Hillman/Jake McKee
1700-1800: Private update session for b5media staff and bloggers

I’m intrigued about “assploding” my blog – I think there’s an in-joke there I’m not familiar with.

The day is free to anyone attending the Expo.

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  1. b5media hosting additional teaching day at BlogWorld Expo at Vevz.comOctober 20, 2007 at 12:32 pm
  2. By TKK posted on October 20, 2007 at 2:21 pm
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    Where will all this b5 stuff be held? And hey, thanks for telling us at the last minute after all the reservations are made.

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  3. By John posted on October 20, 2007 at 2:51 pm
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    Rather appropriate that Jeremy Wright and Allen Stern are doing the B List Session, although C, D or E list might have fitted better.

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