Darren Rowse (@problogger) and chef Shane Delia (@shanedelia – pictured) have teamed up to stage a Problogger special event specifically for bloggers of food, wine and related topics. The event will be held at Shane’s Melbourne restaurant Maha on Tuesday, July 17 from 6 pm.
One of Australia’s biggest online communities for parents Kidspot.com.au has announced the winner of its annual Top 50 Bloggers Competition for 2012 – it’s Katrina from The Block. For coming out top in the competition Katrina from The Block’s Katrina Chambers (pictured) will have free use of a Ford Territory for a year plus receive [...]
Underscoring the growth of the blogging movement in Australia, 1024 bloggers entered the 2012 competition – last year the competition attracted 570 entrants.
Eden’s Edenland was also the winner of the competition’s Personal/Lifestyle category, which attracted an impressive 526 entries.
2011 has been a huge year for Australia’s blogging movement. Was it the year blogging in this country came of age? I think so.
So what does 2012 hold? Here are four things I think we’re going to see more of:
As bloggers we are in a position to receive great products from prominent brands in Australia. We do love this and appreciate the relationships we have with brands and their public relations representatives.
A host of speakers and panelists have already committed to the conference, including Problogger Darren Rowse, Valerie Khoo from Sydney Writers’ Centre and Nicole Avery from Blog Coaching Boost.
Excited about the opportunity to harness the buzz that is hundreds of bloggers in one place, Digital Parents founder Brenda Gaddi said …
As the blogging movement in Australia grows, so too does it become a beacon of interest for brands and their PR and marketing agencies.
Over the past year PR people have latched on to bloggers as additional means to get their clients’ message out into the marketplace. All good so far.
The Problogger Training Day in Melbourne has sold out. How many people are attending and where are they coming from?
Including our wonderful lineup of speakers we have 271 people attending the ProBlogger Training day. We do have a couple of North American speakers flying in and one Indonesian attendee but the rest are all Aussies.
Journalist and author Brad Howarth wrote an article last week for Smart Company in which he listed what he considered to be Australia’s 25 best business blogs.
Here is his list in alphabetical order:
An organisation dedicated to combating obesity is seeking the support of the blogging community in its bid to improve food labeling in Australia.
The Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) has set up a dedicated blogger’s area on its website …