Blogging While Brown to Hold Its 6th Annual Conference This Weekend in New York City; Offers Discounted Registration for MMTC Members

by mmtcbbsj on June 17, 2013

Blogging While Brown SpeakersBlack bloggers from around the country will gather in New York City this Friday for the 6th Annual Blogging While Brown (BWB) Conference, June 21st and 22nd, at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York City.

The conference brings Black social media experts, speakers, and independent content creators together to educate, inspire, and expand their influence in social media and technology.

The conference offers valuable information for beginner and experienced bloggers alike, featuring such sessions as: “10 Ways to Turn Your Blog Writing from Basic to Brilliant,” “Ten Easy Steps to ‘Hackproof’ Your WordPress Installation and Backup Your Site,” “Online Energy, Offline Synergy: How Creating Content Online Can Create Financial Opportunities Offline,” and  “Stop Thinking Like a Blogger and Think Like a Business!”

The conference features experts with collective decades of experience, including Black Girls Code Founder Kimberly Bryant; Black Enterprise SVP and Multimedia Editor-At-Large Alfred Edmond Jr; and serial entrepreneur, attorney, and blogger Jeneba Ghatt.

Blogging While Brown is a strategic social media partner providing the networking, education, and professional development that bloggers need through its offers of online, in person, and proven connections with brands, online activists, and strategic partners.  Since its launch in 2008, Blogging While Brown has grown to become the premier blogging conference dedicated to education, collaboration, and innovation among bloggers of color.

To celebrate its 6th Annual Conference, Blogging While Brown is offering MMTC members 25% off Saturday Conference Day Passes by entering the Promo Code “MMTC” when registering.

To find out more about Blogging While Brown 2013 and to register, visit BloggingWhileBrown.com.

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