October 25th Minnesota Blogger Conference Offers New Leveled Learning Offerings for Business and Lifestyle Bloggers
Who: Bloggers of all levels – beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Marketing & advertising folks are also welcome to attend.
The MN Blogger Conference, is a full-day educational conference for professional and hobbyist bloggers. Keynote speakers, featured guests, and panelists elevate the local blogging community by sharing industry news, best practices, and networking opportunities.
When: Saturday, October 25, 2014 9AM - 5PM
Where: St. Catherine University, St. Paul 2004 Randolph Ave St Paul, MN 55105
Why: Blogging is not a static communication tool – it is ever-evolving and closely interlinked with changes in the social media space. The MN Blogger Conference offers attendees the opportunity to learn and grow by pulling together expert speakers & panelists for a full day of education. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced sessions will be available at this year’s event.
Dan R. Morris (@DanRMorris) – Keynote Speaker
Lee Wolfe Blum (@Blumlee) – Building Your Blog as a Platform for Book Sales
Kristen Brown (@happyhoureffect) – Pitch Yourself for Exposure & Growth: 5 ways to connect with media & event planners to build your audience
Adam Dince (@adamdince) – Google & People-Friendly Blogging
Jeff Ferrazzo (@JeffreyFerrazzo)- Engagement Marketing: Building relationships that drive blogging success
Pete Goddard (pete_paco) – RedCurrent: Telling stories about time
Tai Goodwin (@TaiGoodwin) – Visual Marketing
Erica Hanna (@MeetErica) – Vlogging: Confessions of a media professional
Katie Konrath (@katiekonrath) – Blogging For The Brain
Rachel Martin (@finding_joy) – Session Title to be Announced
Lee Odden (@leeodden) – Blogs as a Marketing Tool: How to be the “Best Answer”
Nick Rosener (@nickrosener)- Targeting: Grow Your Blog by Knowing Your Audience
James Svoboda (@Realicity) – Search Engine Marketing for Bloggers
Christoph Trappe (@ctrappe) – Blog Scheduling