Top 10 Retweetables from Blogopolis

So at the end of a great weekend at Nuffnang Blogopolis 2011…and all things Melbourne….here is a quick post with my top “Retweetables” from a great day of content.  Great tips on blogging!  More to come soon, including my list of “takeaways”!

My iPad working overtime at Blogopolis in Melbourne

RT1:  @StylingYou make us laugh, make us cry, make us think, make us want to connect #nnb2011

RT2:  @problogger don’t focus on the readers you don’t have, focus on loving your current readers to death! #nnb2011

RT3:  @JaciEly bloggers offer something that other marketers can’t – authenticity!  #nnb2011

RT4:  @edenland celebrate each other’s successes!  #nnb2011

RT5:  @easypeasykids blogging is similar to what we teach our kids; share, be nice, use your manners. #nnb2011

RT6:  @ladymelbourne if your readers are turned off because you monetize your blog, they are living in 2004, this is 2011! #nnb2011

RT7:  @Childhood101 ask yourself what it is that keeps your readers up at night? #nnb2011

RT 8:  @StylingYou we are all independent publishers #nnb2011

RT9:  @problogger aim for consistent long term growth, with 10 to 20 per cent growth every month.  #nnb2011

RT10: @problogger – ask yourself what you want people to “feel” when they leave your site  #nnb2011

and in the words of @problogger’s son:   Tell the world something important!

oh and don’t forget @problogger:  sometimes Tweets happen!

What about you – were you at Blogopolis?  Wished you were there?  If you were there, what was your favourite tip, tweet, takeaway, aha moment?

 

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Donna Moritz

Visual Social Media Strategist at Socially Sorted
Donna is the founder of Socially Sorted, winner of Best Business Blog in Australia 2014 and a Top 10 Social Media Blog for Social Media Examiner, 2015-2017. She helps brands leverage the power of visual storytelling and content strategy in their business. Her content has been featured in publications such as Forbes and Entrepreneur Online and she is a contributor to Social Media Examiner. Donna speaks about digital and visual content for the marketing and tourism industries internationally.
  • Loved reading these again – thank for the round up Donna.

    • Thanks Nicole! I think I could have filled another post with those stellar quotes from @edenland in the last session! And again, let me know when you come as an App as I am sure that a lot of us will be looking to have you apply your tech wisdom to our sites – great presentation BTW! Hope you recover well from the weekend!

  • Thanks Donna, sounds like Blogopolis was a blast! Some very wise words from some awesome bloggers 🙂

    • Thanks Nicole, and yes it was a lot of fun and I learned a lot from those awesome bloggers. Interesting stat out today from Nuffnang – there were 12,000+ tweets mentioning #nnb2011 and Blogopolis with a reach of 23.3 million impressions…and only 300 people in the room. It was a tweet-fest!

  • Hello Donna,

    Gosh I have never heard of Blogopolis before until I read another site yesterday. I love the idea of so many people together in one room – learning so many vital skills.
    Will they hold another event this year?

    Cheers
    Lisa

    • Hi Lisa – yes it was quite a fun experience with 300 bloggers or would-be bloggers in the room, all tweeting and swapping ideas. Check out my reply to Nicole – with over 12,000 tweets it was quite an engaging afternoon! They will hold it again next year at the very least but follow Nuffnang for updates, and also check out @problogger as Darren Rowse is holding a 1 day blogging training day in Melbourne in October. I will check out your site!

  • I liked the one from Darren about loving your current readers to death. xo

    • Hi Bronnie – yes I loved that one too…it is the same principle I have used in offline businesses as well as online…love your customers and clients so much that they walk out the door BURSTING to tell everybody about what you have to offer, want to buy your products and services, can’t wait to see what you do next and can’t wait to tell all their friends. Are you heading back to Darren’s seminar in October?