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September events really worth going to ...

From: Anita
Sent on: Sunday, September 2, 2007 9:53 PM
Hi all,

Two September events I think are really worth going to...
1.  Tuesday, Sept 4 ? Dave Taylor ?Blogging 101? FREE  5:30-7:30 at 700 Kalamath
For those of you actively blogging, this may be too elementary. But if you haven't started blogging, this is an ideal place to start.  Dave is an excellent teacher and makes a sizable income from his blogs.  I've taken several of his classes before.
I?ve pasted the description belowRegister here.
2.  Sept 15-16 all day- The Internet Marketing Center Bootcamp is back!

I will be attending for the third time ? I get rejuvenated and learn something more each time.  At $97 for an information-packed weekend, it?s an incredible bargain.  These guys are the best when it comes to Internet Marketing.  I've been through their entire mentoring program, but I still find the bootcamp worthwhile.
 They have continued to enhance it with the following new material:
?Because Derek's team is going to give you a detailed 30-Day Action Plan
that shows you the fastest, cheapest, most profitable ways you can start
making money on the Internet -- selling products... selling services...
or, "selling" nothing at all

(You'll have to join me to understand this one).

This is the same 30-Day Business Building Plan that some of Derek's most
successful students have ALREADY used to rake in $8,750 to $12,500 from
the Internet every month...?
If you have questions, you can email me at [address removed] or call me at[masked]-8002.

Description of Dave Taylor?s ?Blogging 101?
Dave Taylor, futurist, technologist, and well-read blogger, has agreed to speak to us about "Blogging 101".

September 4th,
5:30-7:30...we're tentatively meeting at the studios of Denver Open Media at 700 Kalamath St. in Denver.

Dave's reputation precedes him but you can find out more at:

Dave Taylor has been involved with the Internet since it was just a dirt path in the woods: he first connected to the net in 1980. Since then he has been involved with the development and popularization of the network through his work as a research scientist at HP's R&D Labs, four different startups he founded, twenty business and technical books and innumerable publications in magazines and newspapers.

Dave holds a bachelors degree in Computer Science, a Masters in Educational Computing and an MBA, and has received a variety of academic and professional honors in his 25 year career. He has also served as a business advisor to startups, venture capital firms and local government agencies, and currently advises a variety of companies on an ongoing basis.

He has been involved with the world of blogs and blogging since 2003 and his tech support site receives almost one million unique visitors each month. He also runs a highly-regarded business blog that has been cited in many prestigious publications ranging from the Wall Street Journal to the New York Times and BusinessWeek. A well-known and award-winning public speaker, Dave frequently talks about blogs and social networking to audiences large and small, co-hosted the Blog Business Summit in 2006 and is chairman of the Blog World Expo later this year in
Las Vegas, Nevada.

Please plan to attend an entertaining and informative meeting.
Can you attend this event? Respond Here
Denver Social Media Club September
September 4, 2007

5:30 pm MT - 7:30 pm MT

Denver Open Media Studios
700 Kalamath St.
Denver, CO 80204

Hosted By Denver Social Media Club
Click for Details and Registration Information
Can you attend this event? Respond Here
I'm going to both events and hope to see some of you at them! (Plus at the next meetup..)



Anita Edge
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