I'm delighted to let you know I have been invited to be on the faculty for the next Niche Affiliate Marketing System (NAMS) in January. By all accounts this is a top-notch learning event with a stellar faculty (Jeff Herring, Kathleen Gage, Ellen Britt, Willy Crawford, Lynn Terry, Nicole Dean, and many more). This is the third iteration and I heard rave reviews by many colleagues about the previous event in August.
So I was honored to be invited by the organizer David Perdew, to do several presentations on blogging. The difference with this event is that it is a 3 day workshop - no pitching - where the goal is to teach real, actionable content. There are three marketing tracks: beginner, intermediate and advanced - so there's something for every level of attendee.
I was talking to David Perdew about the blogging track. I'll be doing 3 presentations: an overview of blogging for business, a workshop on getting traffic to your blog and a third workshop. I couldn't make up my mind about what to teach so I figure I'll throw it open to you...
If you were attending a hands-on business blogging workshop, what would you want to learn? Here are the two options David and I are discussing:
1) a hot seat for 3-4 people where I will review and offer feedback and suggestions to help improve and optimize the blog.
2) a workshop to create an editorial calendar, identify several types of blog posts appropriate for your blog and create a schedule you can implement as soon as you're back in the office.
Whether or not you plan on attending NAMS in January, I'm curious to know which workshop you would prefer so you can boost the results you get from your blog. Please vote here:
If you do plan on attending NAMS, be sure to register before December 1. The investment goes up $100 on 12/1. And, as a faculty member, I have $100 discount coupons to give away so it's an even better deal if you sign up ASAP. Use coupon code: 100NAMS3 and you'll be able to register for the dirt cheap fee of $297!
See you at NAMS and thanks for your feedback!