Highlights from the Problogger Conference
Sexy Time! (Photos courtesy of Smile Booth )
Hi folks, I just wanted to share some highlights from Darren Rowse’s Problogger conference I attended. I had a lot of fun and met a lot of fantastic people. Blogging can get a little lonely sometimes and being able to connect with like-minded people is food for the soul.
We had several inspiring people speak to us and one them was Chris Guillebueau from the Art of Non-Conformity and the author of the $100 start up. A great book for anyone thinking about turning their passion into income.
Chris’s personal goal of travelling to every country in the world is almost complete, he only has 5 more to go!
That evening we were treated to delicious mezze food at Maha Restaurant in the heart of Melbourne. My favourite was the sticky ribs coated in pomegranate sauce, I could have eaten the whole platter!
The next morning we were entertained and educated by entrepreneur and founder of Anthill magazine James Tuckerman. My favourite line was “revenge is best served as an invoice”
I won this gorgeous hamper filled with goodies, a big thank you to Social Call Out who organised the prize.
Check out this article written by Valarie Khoo “Turning a blog into a business” . Valarie Khoo was also a speaker at the even, she is also founder of The Sydney Writers’s Centre and co-founder of Social Call Out.
So for those who are interested in the 2 day course I attended there are virtual tickets which you can purchase here for $199.
The ticket gives you access to all the keynotes and information from the conference where you can:
– Hear about techniques that successful bloggers have used to grow readership of their blogs
– Gain insight into how to make your blogs profitable
– Be inspired to create content that engages current readers and draws in new ones
– Get up to date trends and approaches to blogging
So, after an inspiring weekend, I feel energised and focused to work even harder on my blog and bring you more amazing organic Asian recipes. Have a great Monday
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