Wednesday, February 15, 2006

BLOGGING MAN 2007

A special request from Gribbit:

Blogging Man 2007 is THE Political
Blogger's Conference!
Blogging Man 2007will be the FIRST
national conference for Political Bloggers EVER.
Scheduled for three days in Reno, Nevada, Blogging Man 2007 will set the
standard for Political Blogging Conferences to come.

A Conference BY Bloggers JUST Like YOU.
The developers and speakers for Blogging Man 2007 are bloggers, first
and foremost. They come from all over the country, and all have a passion
for politics, and blogging.

A Conference FOR Bloggers JUST Like YOU.
Blogging Man 2007 is for YOU, if
you love blogging, and love politics.

DON'T Get Left Out Of The First BIG Blogging Event of the Century.

There are opportunities for YOU to participate in BM 2007.

You can promote YOUR BLOG on our Wall of Blogs
, EVEN if you can't attend the conference yourself!
The Wall of
Blogs
will be a MAIN Display at the Conference.
Space for the Wall of Blogs
is ONLY $20.

But Blogging Man 2007 for ONLY $20!

Also, for a limited time, Early Registration for
Blogging Man 2007 is ONLY $75.
AND, Early
Registrants
get a copy of Hugh Hewitt's groundbreaking book BLOG while
they last.
GET YOUR COPY TODAY, ALONG WITH THE DISCOUNTED REGISTRATION!!

Blogging Man 2007 also has a very
limited number of Bronze Sponsorships
available for $500.

The Bronze
Sponsorships
includes the benefits of the Blogger Sponsorship, PLUS:
YOUR Logo and Ad in the Event Program,
YOUR logo and ad space on the Event Website,
AND One FREE Registration to BloggingMan 2007.

Get Your Blog on The Wall of
Blogs
!
Get YOUR copy of Blog! By Hugh Hewitt with Your Early Registration.
Get Your Logo in the Event Program with Your Bronze Sponsorships!
Don't Get Left Out of Blogging Man
2007
!

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Sincerely,
Matthew (Zaphriel) Comprix
Director of Blogger Relations
Blogging Man 2007
http://www.bloggingman.org

Be part of the Wall of Blogs (http://www.bloggingman.org/wall-of-blogs.html)
. It's the most affordable way to be part of Blogging Man 2007.

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