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One By One Media Announces Blogonomics Business Blog Cruise 2006

One By One Media Announces Blogonomics Business Blog Cruise 2006

(media release)
One By One Media will be launching a unique business blogging conference for October 5-9, 2006. This conference will be the first of its kind, as the conference will occur on Royal Caribbean’€™s popular ship the Enchantment of the Seas.

‘€œWe, at One By One Media, believe that there are great conferences out there, but we decided we needed to differentiate our conference from the rest. We wanted this to be a more hands on approach to blogging for businesses’€?, said Jim Turner, Chief Managing Partner of One by One Media

The conference presents some of the brightest blogging minds in the business including: Jeremy Wright of b5media, who recently released his book Blog Marketing and B.L. Ochman who spearheaded the recent blog campaign with Budget Rental Car. ‘€œThese presenters were chosen for their forward thinking in the use of blogs as business marketing and advertising tools,’€? Turner said. In addition, the cruise will feature emcee Scott Goldblatt, a 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist and now professional blogger.

The cruise will leave Fort Lauderdale on October 5 and travel to Key West and Cozumel, Mexico before returning to Fort Lauderdale on October 9, 2006. The cruise will include presentations on blog strategy, we will share practical tips and tactics, address the tough questions, and present business blog success stories. There will be numerous networking opportunities and a number of workshops for learning the practical uses of blogs as tools for business.

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For more information on attending the cruise or to become a sponsor of this one-of-a-kind event, please visit www.blogonomics.net or contact Scott Goldblatt (sgoldblatt @ onebyonemedia.com) or Jim Turner (jturner @ onebyonemedia.com).

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  • That sounds pretty cool! I’ll have to try to book a spot (as it would be my first time on a cruise…a real one that is as fishing boats don’t count). :)

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