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Join us for our next event on 2/24 - Building a Blog, People want to Read

Join us for the first PANMA event of 2011, as Scott McNulty, author, blogger and overall fun guy introduces us to creating a blog that people want to read. Scott will discuss the 10 ways to improve your blog from readership to writing and what works today. He'll also discuss and highlight his successful blog, his experience as being chief blogger for Comcast and his personal blog for delivering everything else.


We will also demonstrate and discuss the pros and cons in the latest in eReaders and Tablets including the Kindle family, Nook Color, iPads and what is coming in Android 3.0 HoneyComb.


What you'll learn:

- 10 ways to create or improve your blog

- Using Video to enhance the message

- What tools are required

- Update on the latest tablets and eReaders



PANMA will be raffling off copies of Scott’s recent book "Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read" and if we're lucky we'll even get Scott to sign them. View on Amazon at: We will also raffle some iTunes and Amazon gift cards.



Date: Thursday, Feb 24, 2011

Time: Doors: 5:30pm / Event Starts at: 6:00 – 8:00pm

Cost: FREE


Location: Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room 240 on 2nd Floor, 3730 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104


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Pizza & light refreshments will be provided by PANMA.



Thank you to Wharton Technology for providing the space.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I thought Scott's talk was very entertaining, but I must admit I was expecting a bit more of a technical, in-depth conversation. It seemed loke most folks there were fairly green to blogging, though, so I guess it worked out well. I'm very much in for the SEO talk next!

    February 25, 2011

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