Each day, starting February 17th and going until PodCamp (March 26), we are going to have one blogger a day write about PodCamp Nashville.
There are 37 days until PodCamp; We want to have 37 different bloggers participate. We still have a few spots open for you to join the tour, so sign up now by putting your name and blog next to an open date. It's a great way to get involved in PodCamp and spread the word!
Below is a list of bloggers that have posted so far:
Joel Widmer - Kicking off the Podcamp 2011 Blog Tour!
Courtenay Rogers - What the heck is a Podcamp?
Janet Wallace - How To Pack for a Podcamp
Raj Menon - The Go-Givers of Nashville Are Back!
Justin Davis - 5 Pro-Tips for Designing Better Presentations
Laura Creekmore - You should go to Podcamp Nashville
Jeff Goins - Creatives and Geeks: Why We Need Each Other
Kenny Silva - 5 Ways PodCamp Rocked My World in 2010
Dave Delaney - PodCamps Everywhere!
Nicole Branigan - Why Should You PodCamp?
Brad Blackman - Looking forward to Podcamp Nashville 2011
Erica Cosminsky - The Social Media Podcamp Stepping Stone Plan
Lesley Smith - Personal Side of PodCamp
John Ellis - PodCamp Nashville is about ME!
Chuck Bryant - Express Yourself at PodCamp Nashville
Travis Robertson - Podcamp Nashville 2011
Daniel Morris - Podcamp Nashville: Untapped Local Resource
Dirk Hoag - Get your digital groove on at Podcamp Nashville 2011
Dani Heileman - PodCamp Nashville 2010
Stephen Zralek - Opportunities Abound at PodCamp Nashville
Laura Click - Why You Should Break Out of Your Social Media Shell
Dale R Rogers - PodCamp Nashville 2011
Gavin Richardson - Open Source Helpfulness #pcn11
Jonathan Nation - How I Will Approach PodCamp Nashville
Brannan Atkinson - Two Podcasts for Podcamp Nashville 2011
Joey Strawn - 4 Sure-Fire Ways To Ruin PodCamp Nashville
Scott Gordon - I'm not talking about Kook-Aid
William Griggs - 4 Quick Podcamp Nashville Networking Tips
Charles Alexander - A Musician’s Guide To PodCamp Nashville
Rob Robinson - How to have a great time at PodCamp
Mitch Canter - Tales of a Camp Veteran
David Beronja - Podcamp Nashville 2001: Get Off the Fence and Just GO!
-- Joel Widmer is a social marketing strategist and owner of Fluxe Digital Marketing, a consulting shop that works with brands to develop audience centered marketing strategies.
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