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2008: The Year of Blogger Social January 4, 2008

Posted by Arun Rajagopal in Conversations, Social Media.

Happy New Year! Hope 2008 brings you peace, happiness, prosperity, good tidings and the best of everything.

Talking about good news, the countdown has begun for the much awaited event of the year – Blogger Social 2008 from 4 April to 6 April at New York.

Blogger Socialites 2008

90 more days to go. Before I get to rub shoulders with the likes of:
Susan BirdTim BrunelleKatie ChatfieldTerry DagrosaMatt DickmanLuc DebaisieuxGianandrea FacchiniMark GorenGavin HeatonSean HowardCKValeria MaltoniDrew McLellanDoug MeachamMarilyn PrattSteve RoeslerGreg VerdinoCB WhittemoreSteve WoodruffPaul McEnanyAnn HandleyDavid ReichTangerine ToadKristin GorskiMack CollierDavid ArmanoRyan BarrettLori MagnoTim McHaleGene DeWittMario VellandiArun RajagopalDarryl OhrtJoseph JaffeRohit BhargavaAnna FarmeryMarianne RichmondThomas CliffordLewis GreenGeoff LivingstonKris HoetConnie ReeceCeCe LeeJonathan TrennToby BloombergSeni Thomas

Mark Goren has put together a smashing video presenting the Blogger Socialites.

I’ve met most of them through our collaboration on ‘The Age of Conversation’. Few of them have become good friends and role models. My interactions with them have made me realize how social media can help us connect with like-minded people across distances and work towards common causes and goals.

I consider Blogger Social as a great opportunity to meet and greet these amazing people, spend quality time with them and get inspired. There’s so much to know, learn, share and care with this motley crew. They are social animals to the core, and don’t be surprised if we all have a ball at New York. It promises to be one helluva event, hands down.

If you are new to this exciting idea of a group of cool marketing bloggers from around the world jetting into the Big Apple for a 2-day shindig, I recommend you visit Blogger Social 2008 website to get the whole lowdown. Registration for the event closes on 15 Feb ’08.

Thank you CK, Drew, Gavin, Luc, Mark, Kris & Christine for working behind the scenes and bringing us closer. 2008 definitely is going to make history as the ‘Year of the Blogger Social‘.