Do you consider yourself an expert in any of the areas listed below? How would you like to share your expertise with hundreds of eager-to-learn attendees of the biggest and best pet-friendly social media conference for pet bloggers and microbloggers (Twitter, Facebook, etc)? BlogPaws, the national pet blogging conference wants to hear from you.
BlogPaws has issued a call-out for speakers for its 2013 conference taking place May 16 through 18, 2013 in Tyson’s Corners, Virginia (right on the Washington D.C.) borderline.
Founded in 2009 by three dedicated pet lovers and bloggers, BlogPaws helps pet bloggers and enthusiasts connect digitally, build their online presence, enhance their social networks and support animals and shelters/rescues across the world. BlogPaws works year-round to connect bloggers and micro-bloggers to the brands they buy every day. The BlogPaws community site welcomes pet bloggers, pet enthusiasts, pet people on Twitter and Facebook and brands eager to tap into a vibrant, vocal community of serious writers, bloggers, and micro-bloggers. Learn more about BlogPaws here.
BlogPaws joined the Pet360 Media team this year, too, so this conference will be one of the best ever!
Topic ideas are listed below, and you can learn more by visiting the BlogPaws Guidelines for Speakers link.
Search Engine Optimization
Public Relations (getting covered in traditional media)
How to Monetize Your Blog
Creating and Sharing Compelling Content
Book Publishing/ Writing Essentials
How to Help Rescues and Shelters
Staying Above the Law; FTC Rules and Copyright
Social Media Strategy
Contest, Sweepstakes, Promotions
Tips and Tricks: Using Blogger, Typepad, WordPress
Other ideas relevant to social media success
Pet lifestyle – training, nutrition, care of your pet
Note: I have been a speaker at BlogPaws conferences in the past, and I can tell attest first hand that attending the BlogPaws conference is one of the most amazing and educational experiences for knowledge, networking, and goal achieving that anyone who blogs or micro-blogs about pets can do. Deadline to apply is January 6, 2013, so hurry!