First Meetup: “Dude, Where’s My Blog?”

Our first Meetup is scheduled for Saturday, March 14th at 4PM!

If you don’t have a blog but would like to start one for the very first time, or if you already have a blog but it has been so long since you last updated it that you’ve forgotten your own URL, then our first Meetup (“Dude, Where’s My Blog?“) is for you.

This Meetup will be our introduction to each other, an opportunity to share our individual blogs and a great way to establish firm goals for our blogs and for this Meetup group (from creative to technical).

I am also excited to introduce you to New Work City who has generously offered to support our Meetup by allowing us to meet at their co-working space.  For those of you who work from home daily instead of an office (new entrepreneurs who can’t afford the expense of renting office space, recently unemployed, students, etc.) but need to have a slightly more structured environment and other people to work around to foster your creativity and productivity, co-working is an inexpensive alternative to noisy coffee shops.

New Work City is a co-working force of nature in New York and a tremendous support to startups, aspiring entrepreneurs and bloggers.  Learn more about them here and, of course, check out their blog!

More details of the Meetup will be posted here and at our Meetup site soon including the identity of our first Guest Blogger (a professional blogger who will share specific insight into how they blog, what worked for them and what didn’t).

For details and to RSVP for “Dude, Where’s My Blog?” here and stay tuned!



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