BlogPaws 2013 Conference Speakers Announced

February 20, 2013 | By BlogPaws | 1 comment

BlogPaws is proud to announce its speaker lineup for the 5th BlogPaws Social Media & Pet Bloggers Conference taking place May 16-18, 2013, in Tysons Corner, Virginia. NOTE: The Speakers page for the BlogPaws 2013 Conference will be updated regularly, so please stay tuned.

NEW TO 2013: Choose tracks custom-designed for your needs and goals. Tracks include 101 (Beginners), 201 (Intermediate), and PRO (for seasoned bloggers who want to take their blogging and income goals to the next level). There are also exclusive tracks for BE THE CHANGE, LAW & PET LIFESTYLE.

Since hosting the first-ever pet blogging and social media conference in 2010, BlogPaws has quickly grown to the largest such event in the world. Drumroll please, as here are the speakers we have announced thus far:

Keynote Speakers:

Steve Dale, CABC (certified animal behavior consultant), reaches more pet owners than any other pet journalist in America and now he’ll be adding BlogPaws Keynote Speaker to his ever-expansive resume.

Clara Shih is Chief Executive Officer of Hearsay Social, a rapidly growing Silicon Valley technology company whose leading social marketing platform is used by large global brands including Farmers Insurance and 24 Hour Fitness to manage their corporate and local Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ Pages.

Mary Engle: FTC representative

Kenn Bell: Video creation with Smartphone workshop

Matt Beswick: Advanced SEO for PROs

Amy Shojai & Sandra Beckwith: E-books and Promotions

Pam Foster: SEO 101-201

Iain Langridge of and Conscious Capitalism (Do Good With Your Business)

Dino Dogan: The Future of Blogging

Jodi Stone – I’ve Started A Blog, Now What?

Mary Anne Shew, Business Coach: Build a Business, Not Just a Blog

Crystal Gouldey: Get More Blog Readers With Email Marketing

Harrison Forbes: MEDIA HOMERUNS--how to get free publicity and make the most of media opportunities

Steven May: BUILDING FANS: 0-200,000 At The Speed Of A Click

Kimberly Gauthier: Standing Out in the Popular Niche of Pet Blogging

Emily Garman: Wordpress for Beginners and Converts

David Pisarra: How To Write and Print On Demand Your Book In 90 Days

Ali Peterson: Make Your Blog Picture Purrfect

Kimanzi Constable: The Power of your Story Through Social Media

Robin Olson: After Tragedy Strikes: How a Blog, a Rescue Group & 15 Cats Helped Heal Hearts in Sandy Hook, CT

Robin Bisha: The Pet Beat: Foundations of Reporting for Pet Bloggers

Darlene Arden: So You Want to Write a Book Proposal

Lorie Huston: Integrating Social and Search for Your Blog’s Benefit

Joanne McGonagle: The Power of One: One Face and One Voice

Allen Kimble and Vinny the Pug: NO-KILL 2020, Vinny the Pug's Phase 2, Train and Equipt Pet Rescues

Eldad Hagar: MAKE SOME NOISE- How to connect all your Social Media properties and get the world buzzing about you.

Annie Hart: MAKE SOME NOISE- How to connect all your Social Media properties and get the world buzzing about you.

Lyvonne Brittingham: I'm building a business but do I need to form a company and Copyright.

Susan Getgood: Monetization

BlogPaws hosts the only live red carpet awards ceremony for pet social media achievements, THE NOSE-TO-NOSE PET BLOGGING & SOCIAL MEDIA AWARDS™.

The BlogPaws 2013 pet blogging & social media conference WILL HELP YOU:

• Increase your readership

• Hone your craft

• Identify money-making opportunities

• Connect with other bloggers and brands

• Meet mentors and peers face-to-face at educational session

JOIN US MAY 16–18 IN TYSONS CORNER, VIRGINIA at the recently renovated Sheraton Premiere.

BRING YOUR PET: BlogPaws is a pet-friendly event.

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2 years ago

Hey I'd go just because I love Tyson's Corner!

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