Avoiding Blog Burnout panel at ASJA conference

by Susan Getgood on May 3, 2011

in Blogging, Journalism

cross posted to Marketing Roadmaps

I was privileged to join author Dr. Irene Levine and former Ladies’ Home Journal editor-in-chief Myrna Blyth on a panel at the American Society for Journalists and Authors conference last Saturday in New York. The topic was how to avoid “blog burnout,” which was a tad ironic since lately I have plenty of things I want to write about on my blogs, just no time to do it.

Two topics that are in the pending file for Marketing Roadmaps this month are some tips for finding WHO to contact at a brand or PR agency if you want to pitch an idea, and some recent thoughts on the topic of  “earned media.” And here on Snapshot Chronicles, I’ve got loads of pictures from recent trips — Mom 2.0 in New Orleans and Gettysburg with the 5th grade field trip. Soon I hope!

In the meantime, I did promise the attendees that I would post my slides, as we had some technical difficulties and I wasn’t able to use them during the panel.

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