More Post BBS coverage…
I hope I’ve done at least a halfway comprehensive job of finding posts about the Blog Business Summit. In case I missed anything, here’s the Google Blog Search. As always, feel free to bring posts to my attention if they’re not on the list:
- Silver Sponsor Jim Turner of One By One Media says that the money he spent as a sponsor of the BBS was “one of the best business decisions I’ve made this year.”
- Des Walsh was pleased with my analysis of our constructive criticism.
- Tris Hussey posted about how cool it was to share the stage with John Battelle and Dave Taylor.
- Drew Meyers shared his main takeaway points and wrote that you should be at BBS if you have any interest in business blogging, you should have been at BBS. Incidentally, that particular post got TailRanked, which is mega-cool!
- Elizabeth Grigg had several great posts about some of the sessions she attended.
- Our speaker Ponzi Inharasophang says that the conference made her wonder whether she should blog more about the business side of her life.
- Richard Nacht of Real Blogging wrote that more real estate folks should come next year. I couldn’t agree more!
- Rommel of Zaadz thought the conference had two basic themes (1) the evolution of all the technological stuff and (2) how the world adapts to them. I have to admit that I’m not entirely sure what he’s getting at, but he has a great collection of session logs as well.
- Zoe Goldring from JobSyntax has a very thoughtful post about the highs and lows of the Blog Business Summit. I’ve cross-posted it to my constructive criticism post.
- Diane Ensey speaks of her conference fatigue and links to some other great rundowns.
- PharmFin has a post about how he learned about RSS feeds during Day 1
- And finally…Tris Hussey’s wrap up includes some great ideas for BBS07.
Whew! Did I miss anything?