BlogWorld & New Media Expo is right around the corner, May 24-26, taking place at the Javits Center in New York City. This is the world’s largest blogging and social media conference, and it’s known worldwide for presenting internet luminaries and entrepreneurs, the most popular and knowledgeable bloggers, podcasters and social media marketing thought leaders. This year’s event will feature great educational content, so new media content creators and businesses of all kinds will learn the best tips, technologies and methods for growing their brands, audiences and businesses online.
In addition to learning new ways to hone and promote your best content, this is THE place to network, look for business opportunities, collaborators, and of course find important resources in the New Media Expo!
Here’s some overview info about the Conference:
Why Attend?…Check this out:
The Interactive Conference schedule already has more than 40 sessions listed, and that’s less than half of what will be confirmed and shared in the next two weeks!
By the way, since some of you are new to the event and haven’t attended previously, the BlogWorld folks would like to say “Thanks for joining us!” by sharing a discount code for 20% OFF any pass. And…if you have friends, staff or colleagues who would like to attend, you can share it so they can join you and you can all save money on your registrations. And who doesn’t like to save money?
The Discount Code is: BWNY20
Register online at http://www.blogworldexpo.com
That Discount Code is good for 20% Off any pass all the way up through the event.
MORE GOOD STUFF!…New this year for BlogWorld, the New York event is co-located with the BEA – (Book Expo America) show and together they offer hundreds of exhibitors to visit and network with, all FREE with your conference pass. And…any BlogWorld conference pass holder gets access to the BEA Big Ideas conference too! Pretty great value!
I’ve never been – what’s it like?
BlogWord Vegas is one of my favorite events – been there three times now and would love to go to the one in NYC this year, but am having a hard time justifying the expense/time out of the office to my leadership here. Anyone have any idea how many government folks will be there? What kinds of government-focused sessions will there be?
I agree with Steve, it’s an awesome conference. ANYTHING about new media is there and the content is phenomenal. It’s not a conference where social media and blogging are kind of tacked on (like SXSW), it’s all new media all the time.
Coming from two people I trust…sounds dope.