More blog conferences

October 26, 2006

I’m scheduled to be on another blog related conference panel at the beginning of November. Bulldog Reporter is putting on a seminar entitled “Advanced PR Technology in Practice” and I’m on the “Blogs 2.0: The Next Generation” panel. Here’s some info about the conference:

Advanced PR Technology in Practice

November 3 · New York City · The Yale Club
November 10 · San Francisco · Marines’ Memorial Club

An intensive One-Day Update on How to Exploit the State of the Art for Increased Visibility, Greater ROI and Crisis Management

If you only attend one PR technology event this year, make it this one. You’ll bring yourself absolutely up to date on where PR technology stands today, on how to put it to use safely and cost-effectively, and on what new advances you can expect to see over the coming year. Best of all, you’ll learn it all from the nation’s most experienced practitioners of these techniques. They’ll candidly share their war stories, successes, and mistakes—so you can move forward more confidently. In just eight intensive hours, you’ll discover the most powerful techniques for increasing your visibility, improving your ROI, and managing the online conversation.

I think you can get $200 off if you mention my name when you register 🙂 If you’re in the audience, please do come up and say hi after the panel!

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One Response to “More blog conferences”

  1. Nicki Dugan Says:

    Hey, Mark – We’re on that panel together. Want to compare notes before next week? If so, drop me an email at nicki at yahoo-inc dot com. Hope to catch you soon.


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