Extra, Extra!

One of my facebook friends, Terry Kate with Romance in the Backseat is hosting a huge event. Publishers both Big and Small as well as Bloggers are encourged to join in the event. Visit the link below that says Contact Us for more details on how to registor and see which publishers will be attending.

How the Conference Works: This is a two day online event that will feature Blog Talk Radio Discussion Panels and open Forums for more inclusive debate on subjects raised. Attendees can listen to panels live or using the links provided at a later more convenient time. The Forums will remain open and those speaking on the panels will be in the forums afterward to answer questions. The Forums will be held in a private Ning for the Conference.

Registration Information: The Conference is open to Publishers, Bloggers, and Industry Professionals. There is a $20 registration fee per person. The Conference will be held on a private Ning. The code for entrance will be emailed March 1, 2010 allowing Attendees to profile their companies and leave questions for the live panel discusions ahead of time. Links to the Private Blog Talk Radio Show Panels will be emailed to attendees and listed on the Ning.

Some of the topics that will be discussed are:

- What Publishers Are Looking For?
With Literary Agent Lori Perkins, Editorial Director Leah Hultenschmidt of Dorchester, and other Industry Professionals

- Independent Presses Online
What are the Publishers doing to spread their name and what bloggers can do with them.

- What Are The Most Successful Blog Posts?
Reviews, Interviews, Guest Blogs? What brings in comments and hits?

- Blogging as a Business
Hear from Bloggers what has worked for them.

If you are interested in taking part in a listed panel or proposing one of your own please Contact Us through RITBS.


justpeachy36 said…
This sounds like a great conference.

P.S. I gave you a shoutout on my blog today.


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