Come to Blog World Expo

Checking in at Blog World Expo 2011 by Louise DiCarlo & Basil C. Puglisi

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If you aren’t doing anything this morning, you should take the time to visit the Javitz Center. I am currently on the train heading in to see two of my favorite guys — Lewis Howes and Sean Malarkey of Ohio – Linkedin and Twitter superstars.

I have worked virtually with them for two years and we are finally going to meet in person. The online world once again converging to real life.

More to follow……

Blog World Expo New York
Lewis Howes
Sean Malarkey

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Blog World Exhibtors:

While there is an emphasis on the speakers and there sure seem to be a few good ones, I think we should take a quick look at some of what you can expect from the exibition areas.

WordPress! Expect to see Automatic with a cozy area and lots of staff! Rumor has it they have the largest booth and have it staffed with experts to help you navigate wordpress.com and wordpress.org. I expect the usual cozy area to relax and the giveaways, but with this being blogworld you never know what the booth may have in store.

Tumblr! While Tumblr is not expected to have a big booth, they are the fast growing platform that is threatening to pass WordPress in the near future, I have been told they ave a few nice giveaways and while they may not have the lounge, I expect to get every much out of working with them.

WebDoc! I was told this is a must stop as a group from Sweden will be displaying their drop and drag facebook application for custom tabs.

Podcasting! Rumor has it they had three areas podcasting yesterday, so I keep my eyes peeled to see what the hot topics are and if we can pick up some pointers for you podcasters.

About Lousie DiCarlo

A certified online community producer, Louise has been speaking and writing about social media since the mid 90s. She started managing communities for ThriveOnline, a San Francisco based joint venture between AOL and Time Inc magazines. She also started writing for AOL’s EA Teen Asylum. In 2000 Thrive was bought out by Oxygen Media, owned by Nickelodeon’s Geraldine Laybourne and Oprah Winfrey. In 2002 Louise made the switch over to Oxygen Media and was a Community Producer until 2006. In 2006 she began doing marketing and communications for small businesses on Long Island and began introducing them to the virtual world. Today Louise owns Communications Journey Inc. and successfully manages marketing, communications and online communities for clients in Ohio, North Carolina, Florida, London, Denmark, and California as well as many Long Island clients. She is also a partner at Socialisle, an innovative social media business company that transforms social media zeros to social media heroes. This company also is currently in the process of introducing SocialSchoolLI, a social media training company.

Comments

  1. Thanks for taking the time to explain the terminlogy towards the newbies!

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