The packed audience at yesterday’s Problogger Training Day event in Melbourne got a nice surprise when best-selling business and lifestyle author, Tim ’4-Hour Work Week’ Ferriss, popped in for a quick chat with Mr Problogger himself, Darren Rowse.
They’re the new breed of mums – super influential, social media queens.
And so this Channel Ten news report kicks off.
Reporter Emma Dallimore follows two high profile Aussie mummy bloggers – Mrs Woog (Woogsworld) and Eden Riley (Edenland)…
One of the highlights from the Nuffnang Blogopolis event at the weekend was Problogger Darren Rowse’s presentation on ‘Blog Branding and Marketing’.
He was also on a panel discussing ‘The Australian Blogosphere: Past, Present & Future’ (see video for excerpts).
Three hundred bloggers from all around Australia attended the first Nuffnang Blogopolis event in Melbourne yesterday (Saturday, July 30).
We’ll be covering the event in more depth on BlogHUB but in the meantime, here’s a video snapshot of the day.
More than 260 bloggers from around the country will converge on Zinc at Fed Square in Melbourne this Saturday the inaugural Nuffnang Blogopolis event. In this video interview one of the organisers, David Krupp, previews the speaker line-up.
Stumbled upon this wonderful short video posted mid 2009 featuring big-name authors Seth Godin and Tom Peters chatting on the topic of blogging.
This gem from Peters: “My first post was in August of 2004 … no single thing in the last 15 years …
Liss from the popular Frills in the Hills blog frequently canvasses the opinions of PR people re working with bloggers, and vice versa.
Given I’m a PR consultant who regularly works in the blogging space, Liss asked me to contribute to her latest survey:
One of Australia’s top bloggers Nikki Parkinson was interviewed recently on Sky News’ Media Week show following her Sydney Writers’ Centre Best Australian Blog competition win. In the interview she talks about Styling You – the blog she started initially to promote her styling business but which now attracts some 25,000 unique visitors per month