Great Education for Bloggers at the Blogging Success Summit 2011

Blogging Success Summit

Social Media Examiner has put on some great online summits this year that I have had the pleasure of attending. Both the Social Media Success Summit and Facebook Success Summit were filled with an amazing amount of valuable content taught by successful experts in the industry.

In 2011, they are partnering with BlogWorld Expo to kick off their online events with one that I know all of my readers will love – the Blogging Success Summit 2011. It begins on February 1st and runs through February 22nd. This event, like the others, will be packed full of useful content that every blogger should know, whether you are blogging for yourself or for your business.

Main Objectives

So what will you learn from attending the Blogging Success Summit? You will:

  • Discover the best ways to market your business with a blog!
  • Find out how to build an engaging blog presence.
  • Discover innovative ways to generate quality leads and increase sales with your blog.
  • Learn how to drive traffic to your blog with Facebook and other social media platforms.
  • Discover how to grow a loyal blog readership.
  • See how successful businesses built their blogs and how you can achieve similar results.

3 Reasons You Should Attend the Blogging Success Summit

So what makes Social Media Examiner’s success summit events so awesome? Here are the main three reasons…

Attend online.

You can attend the Blogging Success Summit from the comfort of your home or office. No airfare, hotel reservations, or time away from your family required. Each session is held live online, and you can ask the presenters questions at the end of the session.

But what if you can’t attend each session when it’s live?

Get full access to recordings and transcripts.

This part is what really makes the event so worthwhile to me. You can download the video, transcript, and slides for each session and keep them indefinitely at no extra charge! And there is a free software that you can use to extract the audio in MP3 format from the video if you prefer to listen to the sessions on your iPod instead.

Learn from industry experts.

Finally, you get a chance to learn from industry experts who are out there making a living through blogging, marketing, and social media. They are going to present content that you can take action on and apply to your own blogs for success. Experts for the Blogging Success Summit includes:


Early bird registration through mid January is $297 – 50% off of the full registration price. So register now and get in while the prices are good! You can also have the option to pay the $297 all at once or in two payments – $167.50 now and then $167.50 in 30 days.

Free Gift

If you sign up for updates about the Blogging Success Summit, you will receive free access to a seminar by Michael Stelzner and Darren Rowse called Building Community with Facebook and Blogs, a $59 value. So definitely don’t miss out on that!

Blogging Success Summit

Are You Attending?

Let others know if you are attending, or thinking about attending. Also, if you have attended past events like the Social Media Success Summit or the Facebook Success Summit, let us know your experience!

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  1. says

    Kristi – I have heard of Social Media Examiner and the online summits they have produced but never had the chance to actually attend one.

    However, I am going to do my best to catch the Blogging Success Summit 2011 online. I’m definitely going to catch the early bird special because $297 isn’t bad.

    I’ve seen some summits similar to this that charged thousands of dollars to attend. So I will take advantage of this low price while I can, thanks.

  2. says

    Hi Kristi. Thanks so much for telling me about this. I would love to participate, but it’s out of my price range (even with 50% off the regular price). There is so much great information all over the web in the form of e-books and blog articles that I just can’t justify spending $300 on a virtual conference. If it were in person, I’d consider the price a little more reasonable (considering equipment costs, reserving a space for the conference, accommodations and plane tickets for speakers, etc.

    I just wanted to provide some helpful feedback that may help them understand the thoughts of potential participants.
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