Here at JOAB, we endeavour to give you all the inside gossip and news of the blogging world. One of the ways we are able to keep our finger on the pulse is by communicating with our extensive network of contacts. Often, the best way to meet new people in the industry is to attend conferences and expos, and there are plenty of great blogging conferences out there where you can meet some of the most influential people in the industry. Below are some of the best blogging events out there for interested blog professionals. Blog World Blog World is the biggest and best known event in the blogging calendar, and is usually the one with the most attendees. The event boasts a number of key presentations and speakers from within the blogging industry, but also influential bloggers from other professions such as the entertainment and corporate worlds. The event runs for a number of days each year and provides the perfect platform for interaction with other bloggers, as well as the chance to grow your contacts book. SOBCon SOBCon is the brainchild of Liz Strauss, the head blogger and founder of the Successful World blog. Strauss has been an inspirational speaker in the corporate world for many years and her experience provides a great platform for bloggers from all walks to gather at her conferences and learn new skills. Key areas that are focused on during the event include blogging for the corporate world and the use of social media to connect with users online. SXSW SXSW is perhaps better known for its association with live music and film. However, there is also a massive blogging culture at the event, covering all aspects of interactive life. As you might expect, due to the music and film events also occurring at the festival, this conference is a bit livelier than the standard blogging event, but will certain provide any attendee with some memorable experiences and a lot of fun! BlogHer In what is traditionally seen as a male-dominated industry, BlogHer is dedicated to highlighting the interesting and diverse range of female bloggers in the blogosphere. Of course, male attendees are welcome too, although many of the talks and events at the conference are aimed at women and deal with issues for female writers. This is a great event for women bloggers who perhaps feel outnumbered or side-lined in a male-dominated world to attend, if only to meet some other inspirational female writers making their own names in the blogging world. TWTRCON Specifically dealing with issues arising from the use of micro blogging site Twitter, this event caters to business professionals looking to boost the profile and image of their company among Twitter users. The speakers at this event usually have a proven track record of improving their business’ image on Twitter or using the site to grow their customer base, and can provide some useful tips for anyone looking to leverage the power of Twitter for business reasons. About Guest Poster: Dina has interest in healthcare jobs, specially in area of certified nursing assistant. She is a LPN and would like to move to CNA. She has worked in the area of healthcare for over 7 years.
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