Blogs n Dogs

Blogs n Dogs not only wins the award for one of the quirkiest conference titles but also looks like it could be one well worth attending – with some interesting topics being covered:

* Managing your public life online
* Blogging and the arts: Web 2.0 independent music publishing, photographers and artists
* Personal blogs and portals
* Blog writing style
* How to make money with your blog
* Building your community and traffic, connecting with your tribe in the blogosphere
* Traditional PR, marketing and the “blogosphere”
* Social networking tools, blogging tools, aggregation and technology: RSS, XML, podcasting and video blogging

Wish I had the time to be a full time conference goer – this one looks worthwhile. It’s happening December 4 – 8 in Alberta Canada.

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  1. Stuart says:

    The tyranny of distance sucks – especially when conferences like this one come along and offer such great networking opportunities :(

  2. Hi Darren,

    thanks for the post, I wish I could find a way to get you here. Perhaps next year if there is a follow up. ;)

    To Stuart, subscribe to the feed/post comments… if you can’t be there in person, be part of our community. Regards, RS

  3. Cassie says:

    Woo hoo! Finally – a conference that I can actually drive to in less than a day.

    Thanks for letting us know!

  4. Jon says:

    3 hours drive for me…sounds like fun.

  5. Donna says:

    For those of you wishing to go but funds don’t allow – why not enter into the competition on the site.

    You never know a free ticket might make the different between wishing and being there.


  6. Will Pate says:


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