Presentations

Everyone who attended the conference learned  something new, whether it was about SEO, wordpress v blogger or simply why people blog…here are a round up of the presentations that were made available. Hopefully more to come!:

Penny’s Presentation on How to be Social

Brian Ward’s Presentation on hyperlocalism

Nola James Presentation on Photography

Ellie Won’s presentation: Delicious

Stephen Escourt QC who couldn’t make it, contributed this excellent piece about the Lessons of the “Coco Roco” Case for Foodbloggers: Don’t get Caught in the Mincer

There was some fascinating discussion around WordPress v Blogger.  Phil Lees has some tips for moving for those who want to give it a go.

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5 Comments on “Presentations”

  1. Thermomixer says:

    Thanks very much for great presentations.

    Don’t do reviews – looks like I am too gutless to try now.

  2. Amelia says:

    Hi
    I heard about this conference via the SBS website and disappointed that I missed out this year. How do i get my details on the list for the next conference or other events?

    Regards
    Amelia

  3. Megan says:

    Thank you so much for these presentations. I always photograph my baked goodies every time I make one. I just don’t seem to know what I do wrong. It always doesn’t look as good as those pictures in the magazines or food blogs. Still tastes good though. I think I got a handful of tips. Thanks again.

  4. foodnutzz says:

    Looks like it was a great conference…..and although wished and hoped to get a ticket sometimes we aren’t so lucky, so it is great to be able to read the presentations in post. Hopefully I’ll be able to get a chance next year.

    Great work guys.

    Trust many of you are planning to enter the Best Food Blog award a new addition to the Australian Association of Food Professionals Food Media awards.

    http://www.foodprofessionals.org.au/afma2010-award-categories.

  5. […] you would like to talk about. If you aren’t sure about topics, checkout the program for the conference last year as an example. If you aren’t available on the 31st, but might be for the next […]


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