Thoughts and Reflections on BlogWorld Expo NYC and WordCamp Raleigh 2011

WordCamp Raleigh 2011 and BlogWorld Expo New York 2011 were both fantastic events that we had the pleasure of attending last week. Since this was the team’s first tournament on the east coast, it was an honour to be there. We went to WordCamp Raleigh for the second year in a row. My topic was “Monetizing Your Blog Beyond the Banner Ads” and I was on a panel with John Chow and Zac Johnson at BlogWorld Expo. I also gave a presentation on WordPress Performance at WordCamp Raleigh on how to make it run faster. This post is a personal account of what I saw and learned while on that journey. I got to meet a tonne of new individuals and reconnect with some old ones. Before I go any further, I want to express my gratitude to our generous supporters for making this trip possible. WordCamp Raleigh and BlogWorld NYC were made possible in part by Steve Burge from OSTraining, who stepped up and sponsored our full trips. BlogWorld New York was covered by Todd Garland from BuySellAds (see our complete review), as well as John Saddington and the Standard Theme team.

Here are a few names of persons I ran into:
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I’ve met a lot of great entrepreneurs and bloggers through EmpireAvenue, including Lewis Howes and Chris Brogan; John Chow; Zac Johnson; Brad Williams; David Henzel; Gary Vaynerchuck; Chris Pirillo; Jordan Cooper; Adria Richards; David Risley. Take a look at some of my photos below:
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The following images are from flickr-flickr.com and are tagged with the tag “bweny.”

View the complete discography.

BlogWorld was not only an excellent educational event, but it was also a lot of fun. I made a lot of new friends and had a great time networking. As for me, learning was a blast. I returned from BlogWorld with a fresh set of objectives and a to-do list of things I want to accomplish. The new comment system on WPBeginner has undoubtedly already been seen by some of you. Yes, I met the LiveFyre crew at BlogWorld, and they showed me firsthand the advantages of LiveFyre. WPBeginner will have an article out soon explaining our decision to switch. I first met Patric O’Keefe (@ifroggy) at WordCamp Raleigh, where he started the dialogue and cemented the name in my mind. Later, at BlogWorld, another friend of mine, Lewis Howes, introduced me to the LiveFyre crew in an entirely unrelated manner. It’s up and running now, as you can see. If I can make a decision that quickly, it has to be something special. We wrote an article on some really interesting postings, and I know you’ll find it useful. The following is a list of some of them:
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How he went from 0 to 1,000,000 pageviews in a year on his blog
Standing Out in a Sea of Same: Breaking the Bell Curve
How to use comedy to make yourself stand out in any market
The Now Revolution: Increasing the Speed, Smarts, and Sociality of Your Business
Why your blog isn’t getting more attention: Why and how should you generate bite-sized content?
Cross-linking, reposting, and media rights: the good, the bad, and the ugly

WordCamp Raleigh 2011 – Articles

WordPress Performance Optimization and Acceleration (My Presentation)
developing websites that are socially aware
Bringing Together Designers and Developers to Close the Divide
There are no quick fixes when it comes to weight loss, search engine optimization, or website design frameworks.
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Also, as previously announced, I was a presenter at the BlogWorld Expo convention. With the help of our moderator and good buddy (David Risley), we decided to make a prank on him. When Rob Sutton found out what was happening, he immediately started filming it.

Both gatherings were a lot of fun, and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. It was a pleasure to see Michael Torbert, Craig Tuller, and Steve Mortiboy again at WordCamp Raleigh 2011. We had a fantastic day, and I want to express my gratitude to them for their hospitality. The BlogWorld crew, led by Rick Calvert, Deb Ng, and Dave, pulled off another successful event. To my great pride, I will make every effort to attend WordCamp Raleigh in the near future, as well as BlogWorld LA later in the year.
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I’ll be at WordCamp Kansas City and WordCamp Columbus in the next two weeks. My favourite part of the WordPress community is getting to know WPBeginner readers and other members. Hence, if you’re coming, please ensure you’re included in the group photo.

I want to express my gratitude to these wonderful supporters once more for making this journey possible. You should give them a look.