Conference Corner: The Marketing & Monetization Tracks at BlogHer '13

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To help with your BlogHer '13 planning, I'm walking through each of the tracks of programming, one-by-one. As I explained in the overall conference demystifying post, we have four different session styles, and each track of programming includes a mix of those -- making sure there is something for every style of learner!

We're starting with the Marketing & Monetization tracks -- both Beginner and Advanced.

Where it will be: McCormick Place

What you can expect: The Beginner Marketing & Monetization track includes sessions geared for bloggers either interested in or just starting to monetize their work online, or bloggers who've already begun this process and need a bit of a boost with their marketing efforts. This track is perfect for bloggers who are diving into the marketing world for the first time, or those who have been in it for a while, but could use a brush-up on their skills.

Friday:

Saturday

The Advanced Marketing & Monetization track includes sessions geared for bloggers who are already monetizing their work, or who already have an established brand and platform online. This track is perfect for bloggers who are looking to expand or strengthen their online brand, or transition from the occasional paid opportunity to earning substantial income online.

Friday:

Saturday

What equipment you'll need: Reference this post to plan what type of equipment to bring to each style of session. 

Next up, I'll be walking through both the Beginner and Advanced Tools & Technology tracks at BlogHer '13. Follow me on BlogHer for pings about each of these posts, or follow @BlogHerEvents on Twitter or subscribe to our conference RSS feed for post notifications. Of course, you can always email the BlogHer Programming Team if you have questions, too!

 

Mr Lady

Shannon
Conference Programming Manager

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