Wednesday, 26 September 2007

PostieCon '07

Las Vegas has always been a very perfect place for any celebrations like birthdays, weddings, conferences, conventions and many others. But do you know that PostieCon ’07 will be in Last Vegas also? If you are curious what PostieCon is, well, let me tell you about it.

PostieCon is a blog conference sponsored by the very famous Payperpost. It is a one day event which will be held on November 10, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. And yes, it is very soon already. This one-day conference will include targeted sessions focusing on helping bloggers market themselves and leverage the PayPerPost™ platform. Interesting isn’t it? Experienced bloggers will be coming and will share their knowledge on how you can build traffic and readership, and use your notoriety and unique brand to create value and how to effectively monetize your voice. It is designed to help all the beginners out there like me to become a better and efficient blogger. This is something I am very much interested with because honestly, I still don’t have any rankings on Alexa and Google until now. In this event, top bloggers and advertisers are also invited for them to share their great experiences and stories on how they become successful in the world of blogging. CEO Ted Murphy will be present to lead a special session for Payperpost advertisers. Some of the speakers who’ll be coming to attend PostieCon Vegas are: Michelle Madhok, Sherry Heyl, Lena West, Shirley Frazier, Kristie Tamsevicius, Paul Lewis, David Ponce and Jim Kukral. I am very much interested with Jim Kukral because he is a veteran online marketing expert and an award-winning blogger. I honestly would want to know his secrets on how he became famous and successful in his career and to have some ideas from him on how to generate great revenue.

Before I forget anything, registration for PostieCon Vegas is absolutely Free. This conference is not just an ordinary one because the event will end with a rockin' party. This will be the most fabulous conference you’ll ever imagine. Viva Payperpost!

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