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Blogging for Dollars Presentations at IIMA

Roland Tanglao’s presentation on Blogging for Dollars at IIMA this week looks like a pretty comprehensive presentation and one I’d have like to have heard and had a chance to interact with. Also presenting was Arieanna and Tris – both quality bloggers in their own right.

Sometimes I wish I lived in (or at least a little closer to) North America to be able to get along to these types of gatherings (but then again on wonderful Melbourne days like today I’m also quite glad to be where I am). Maybe its time for a ‘Blogging for Dollars’ workshop here to see who comes out to play.

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Comments

  1. Arieanna says:

    I really think I am lucky to be a part of such an amazing blogging community. Having Northern Voice just weeks before this great IIMA event was amazing, especially contrasting the different experiences of both listening to speakers and speaking myself. I think you should really put together either an event such as this one, or one like Northern Voice, which was a very thorough event and a great networking opportunity. That one had a huge assortment of speakers and topics and broke down from speaker to panel groups and had ample time to chat over coffee, dinner, or drinks.

    Cheers!

  2. Shai Coggins says:

    Yeah, I’m with you on this, Darren. I’d really like to see more of blogging (for dollars and otherwise) in Australia.

  3. Help Forums says:

    Count me in, but I’m in middle Europe!