2013 ProBlogger Training Event
February 10, 2012 By Darren Rowse
Update: all 450 tickets to the 2013 ProBlogger Training Event are now sold out. We do however have a Virtual Pass that allows you to attend online. Check out details of how to get your Virtual Pass here.
After the success of the 2011 and 2012’s Melbourne ProBlogger Training Events plans are well underway for a new, bigger and better event for 2013 – this time on the Gold Coast in Queensland!
To enable you to plan to attend we’re announcing the dates today in advance of when tickets will go on sale. We’ll be holding the event on 13-14 September. That’s a Friday and Saturday. We unfortunately won’t have one day tickets available but attendees will have opportunity to get recordings for sessions that they miss if you can’t get to the full two days.
We will be running a networking breakfast on Friday (the first morning) to help people get to know others right from the start. This will be included in the price.
There will be a Friday night networking event in a special venue (TBA) – included in the price of tickets. This will be a great time for mixing, relaxing after a good day of learning and having a little fun (we may even start the next morning a little later for those who have too much fun).
This year’s event will be held at the QT hotel in Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast.
Express Your Interest in Attending Here
The best way to be notified of tickets going on sale is to add your email address to the form below – we’ll email you in the lead up to tickets being released. Note: this is a different list to last years. You need to signup here to be notified.
At last year’s event there was a fairly strong focus upon monetization, building a business around your blog. This year will be even more focused upon this.
While we’ve previously been a bit more general in focus – a lot of the feedback we got from past attendees is that they wanted an event to help them get serious about growing blogs that would be profitable or open up opportunities for business. While you’re welcome to attend even if you’re not an entrepreneurial blogger – the conference will be most useful to those bloggers.
Last year a limited number of places were opened up to sponsors for PBevent. Feedback from these sponsors was great – they saw increased traffic to their sites and made valuable connections. This year we similarly have some great opportunities for sponsors and have prepared a deck of information for you.
Please contact us as soon as possible for this information. We can deliver you maximum exposure during our launch if we have you on board early so don’t leave it too late.