BakeSpace.com is proud to present the TECHmunch workshop for food bloggers on Thursday, June 10th in NYC.
If you're a food blogger, this intensive one day event will bring you up-to-speed on all the latest tools and tactics for building buzz, improving SEO, growing your audience and making money from your hard work.
The 6-hour intensive workshop will be followed by a networking mixer. Throughout the day there will be giveaway prizes including KitchenAid appliances, cookbooks, etc. and each attendee will receive a nifty gift bag.
Event co-produced by Nichelle Stephens of Cupcakes Take the Cake
Doors open at 9am
Panels begin at 9:35am
(light breakfast, hosted lunch, hosted mixer with appetizers/cocktails will be served). Over 33 KitchenAid appliances will be given away during the day (a few away after each panel).
Mixer begins at 3:45pm (ends at 5pm)
(drinks, prizes and great company!)
Our workshop menu will include (updated 5/26/10 - more panelists will be announced soon):
"How to Leverage Traditional Media" with Emily Fleischaker - Multimedia Editor for Bon Appetit magazine,Kat Kinsman - Managing Editor CNN's upcoming Food Blog Eatocracy and Allen Salkin - Reporter for the New York Times and Slashfood.com. The panel is moderated by Erik Detusch of ExcelPR Group.
"Building your Brand - From Blog to Cookbook and Beyond"with Jaden Hair of SteamyKitchen.com (also TV chef and food columnist for Discovery/TLC and the Tampa Tribune), James Beard Award winner David Leite of LeitesCulinaria.com, and author Cathy Erway, cookbook author and publisher of NotEatingOutInNY.com. The panel is moderated by Brian Simpson, the Director of Social Hospitality at the The Roger Smith Hotel.
"How to Sell Ads, Work with Brands & Monetize Your Blog"with Jessica Randazza - Marketing Manager at Digitas, a digital communications agency for KitchenAid USA, Kara Berklich Weber - VP Marketing for the Rubicon Project and Pete Spande - SVP Federated Media. The panel is moderated by Babette Pepaj - Founder of BakeSpace.com and TECHmunch.
"A Review of FTC Blogger Guidelines" with Sarah Evans of Sevans Strategy. The conversation is moderated by Erik Detusch of ExcelPR Group.
"Building and Implementing Your PR Plan"with Hilary Allard of The Castle Group/Food4Media, Erik Deutsch of ExcelPR Group and Frani LiebermanM Booth & Associates. The panel is moderated by Sarah Morgan of MCS Healthcare Public Relations.
"Gaining Mometum and Building Community" with Jessica Amason- columnist at The Huffington Post and creator of the Thisiswhyyourefat.com blog, Erik Trinidad of FancyFastFood.com, and Eliot Glazer of Urlesque (Myparentswereawesome.com). The panel is moderated by Alejandra Ramos of Alwaysorderdessert.com.
"Food Trends" with Adriana Velez of the Brooklyn Food Coalition, Ulla Kjaral of Goldilocks Finds Manhattan, Leitha Matz of MissGinsu.com & Haiku Lunchbox. The panel is moderated by Nicole Taylor of The Heritage Radio Network.
"Posting High-Value Content & Curating Flavors"with Nichelle Stephens - Founder of Cupcakes Take the Cake, Kristyn Pomranz - Editor of Epicute.com/Cheezburger Network and James Beard Foundation Nominee Liza de Guia of FoodCurated.com. The panel is moderated by Ben Leventhal from NBC and Eater.com.
"Blogging Effectively: Analytics, Resources and Best Practices"with Jessica Binder of FoodMayhem.com, Carol Cain of NYCityMama.com and Amy Cao of AmyBlogsChow.com. The panel is moderated by Jennifer Perillo of InJenniesKitchen.com
"The Main Ingredient: Recipe Writing 101" with Jennifer Perillo of InJenniesKitchen.com
"Bringing Your Passion Offline: Food Events" with Kara Masi of the Ted & Amy Supper Club, Matt Timms of Chili Take-Down, and Mark Matsumoo of NoRecipes.com. The panel is moderated by Nichelle Stephens - Founder of Cupcakes Take the Cake.
"Storytelling: Connecting the Who with the What" with Cathy Brooks - Founder & Raconteur of Other Than That (also Exec Producer & Host of Social Media Hour)
Cupcakes thanks to Robichelli's
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Notes on ticket prices:This event is intended primarily for food bloggers, who can attend at a discounted rate. If you represent a brand, marketing/PR firm, online publisher, or other non-blogger entity, please purchase a "Brand/Corporate Level" ticket. Thanks!
Coming soon... TECHMunch events in Los Angeles, Chicago, Tampa, San Francisco, Seattle & Indianapolis... to name a few. Sign up for alerts here if you'd like to be notified when TECHmunch will be coming to your area.
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