Mommy Blog Expert: FREE Webinar for Mom Bloggers November 18 - Creating Winning Speaker Proposals

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

FREE Webinar for Mom Bloggers November 18 - Creating Winning Speaker Proposals

November 18, 2010 Webinar
1-2 pm EST
My Kids May Wear Me Out but I Still Want to the Best Mommy Blogger I Can Be
Photo by Janis Brett Elspas, MommyBlogExpert

Get ready to make the most of the upcoming year's 2011 Master Calendar of Mom and Women's Blogging Events with a FREE online workshop designed to help you not only attend these important networking and learning opportunities but also to take your experiences there to the next level by sharpening your skills enough to become an active participant as a speaker and/panelist.

MomImpact is teaming up with BlogWorld Expo (officially known as BlogWorld and New Media Expo) to offer a FREE webinar for moms who blog that focuses on showing you how to develop a winning speaker proposal to present at relevant conferences.

This webinar, hosted by MomImpact, and featuring Blog World Expo Founder, Rick Calvert, and Deb Ng, BWE Conference Director covers
  • Benefits of speaking at a conference
  • How to pitch your concept
  • What you'll need beyond just a great idea
  • Stand-alone Speaker versus Panelist Member, Pros & Cons
  • Follow up and next steps once you've submitted your proposal
The skill building webinar, specifically for professional mommy bloggers, is FREE and open to all members, so if you are not a member yet, JOIN free and fill out the membership application HERE first.  Then, as a member of MomImpact, register for this upcoming webinar HERE

Comments Wanted: Whether you're a newbie mommy blogger or a seasoned one please leave your thoughts below this post.  How do you juggle being a mom and blogging?

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