You spoke and we listened. The survey that many attendees of last year’s conference completed had a lot to say when it came to length of conference, space, and time of the event. So this year, we want to make sure that we make major steps to improve and heighten your overall conference experience, so we have decided to make conference a two day event (11-5pm) on 10/21 and 10/22. Attendees will have the option of attending both days or just one day—insuring everyone will have adequate time to network, learn, grow, and connect. We will also have breakaway sessions to help ease the flow of information, so there will be something from everyone.
In doing so, we also want to hear from you, our attendees and followers about what you would like to hear about and learn at this year’s event. So we are putting out an official Show Me the Blog Call for Ideas so everyone can participate in making the content of the conference interactive and worthwhile.
If you have an idea for conference, or have an idea for a speaker, guest, or panelist (or you are interested in being any one of these), this is the time to speak up. Our Call for Ideas officially opens now and will be up until March 15, 2011—plenty of time to get in our ideas and suggestions.
Simply click the Call for Ideas section above (or click HERE) and you will be able to submit your ideas. The top ideas and suggestions will be placed on the website so people can vote for who they want to see and what they want to learn, hopefully, making this conference a truly interactive experience.
We are so looking forward to this year’s Show Me the Blog Conference. We want all of you to be a part of it!
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Show Me the Blog Social Media and Blogging Conference is looking for speakers and panelists to engage, inform, and enlighten its attendees on October 23, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri. We are not looking for the most popular bloggers or social media persons—we would like to have a well rounded and diverse group of individuals who are passionate about new media and blogging as it pertains to our society.
If you are interested in being a panelist or speaker, please email us at info@showmetheblog. Pitch an idea for a topic of discussion! You do not have to be in St. Louis to be considered for a panelist or speaker.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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