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  1. September 14, 2008

    So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the 1001

  2. September 14, 2008

    So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the 1002

  3. September 14, 2008

    Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A 1003

  4. September 14, 2008

    So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever. Alex

  5. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    yahooo Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  6. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Adfgsdfgsdfgsdfg

  7. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Asdfsdfasdf

  8. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Asfsadf

  9. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    sdfadRight after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  10. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    YOU R GOING DOWN ALEX!!! Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  11. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    ALEX lol!!!!!!!!!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  12. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Asdfsdfsdf

  13. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    YAHOOOOOOO The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  14. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    alex what up Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  15. September 14, 2008

    So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar. kk

  16. September 14, 2008

    So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar.
    The first day of sessions started this morning with a Keynote by Jeremy Schoemaker, which was really great. Unlike most keynotes, this one was more personal and give a look into how Shoemoney became what he is today.
    Jeremy during his First Keynote ever.
    You can actually watch the keynote session in the video here.
    The next post will be a follow up of the sessions that went through out the first day of IzeaFest. There are still a lot more networking and pictures to be done, so look forward to those posts next.So far IzeaFest has been pretty cool… I’m meeting up with a lot of new people and the majority of attendees here are bloggers. I’m also meeting up with a bunch of friends as usualy, many of which have been asking “when are you speaking?”… for this conference, I’m just networking and enjoying the vacation. I will however be speaking at BlogWorld next week.
    Here’s what has been going on while at IzeaFest:
    Yesterday was the official IzeaFest networking party where everyone was relaxing and networking the fancy bar area at the Grand Bohemian Hotel. Various big name bloggers and companies at the event include John Chow, ShoeMoney, Ted Murphy, Brian Clark and Market Leverag, just to name a few.
    I finally got to meet my MarketLeverage account manager, Erick Bright.
    Also met up with John Chow and Unique Blog Designs.
    Networking Scene at the bar. ricardo

  17. September 14, 2008

    You got to admit, Alex K. really wants that 100 bucks. Damn, this page took forever to load.

  18. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    HOW YOU DOING ALEX! Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  19. Ricardo
    September 14, 2008

    WOOOOOOOOZAA Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.

    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers

    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.

    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!

    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.

    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).

    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.

    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel

    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A

  20. September 14, 2008

    hey this is so cool. I hope I win

  21. September 14, 2008

    I hope I can win this, $100 would be amazing!

  22. September 14, 2008

    I hope I can win this, $100 would be amazing! yeh

  23. September 14, 2008

    I hope I cna win this, I really want $100

  24. September 14, 2008

    I want this money

  25. September 14, 2008

    I want this money so badly

  26. September 14, 2008

    If I win I will be so happy!

  27. September 14, 2008

    Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Aalex!!

  28. September 14, 2008

    I want this money so badly I hope I can win it.

  29. September 14, 2008

    Paul, when are you going to pick someone?

  30. September 14, 2008

    Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A 100

  31. September 14, 2008

    Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, A $100!!

  32. September 14, 2008

    Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured many big name bloggers, John Chow, Stephanie Agresta, Neil Patel and Jeremey Shoemoney. Not only was this a collection of some very well know people, but some of the questions were quite funny and told us a few things we didn’t know about these bloggers already.
    Big Name Bloggers All on the Same Panel
    After the the “Big Name Bloggers” panel, another panel covering “Growing Blog Traffic” took place. The speakers on this panel were Tony Hung, Lea Alcantara, Brian Clark, Alex Schel, Steve Spalding and Tamar Weinberg. While some of the bloggers on this panel spent a lot of time talking, Tony Hung (the moderator) wanted to try and make this panel the most informative and best yet… without the panel members saying the usual “continued efforts” and “passions towards blogging” rants. The panel ended up covering a lot of different areas from a bunch of different perspectives.
    Growing a Blog Panel Speakers
    I missed the last session which was on “What Advertisers Want”… but I made sure to get back for the ending “IZEA Innovations” session with Ted Murphy. Not only did Ted talk and answer questions for an hour, but he also went over new projects over at Izea, such as Social Spark and CloudSpeak. Look forward to a future post on these new areas and what Izea is working on.
    Always a “Funny Face” with Ted Murphy!
    Tomorrow’s keynote is by Merlin Mann and since I don’t know too much about him, it should be interesting. Tomorrow will also be the final day of IzeaFest and will include a IzeaHunt and the notorious CakePlow!Right after ShoeMoney’s keynote, the regular sessions started. I stuck around for most of the sessions and here’s how they went.
    Susie Gardner was the first speaker and had a session on “Improving Your Content”… which covered vasts areas of how to improve your blog and writing skills. Susie also wrote “Blogging for Dummies” (Ver. 2).
    The next session “Big Money Bloggers”, was a panel and featured man