Why I’m not attending Charlotte BarCamp (and you should)
If you live anywhere near Charlotte, North Carolina, you need to think about attending the BarCamp being held this Saturday, April 9, 2010.
Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make Charlotte BarCamp 3. I have too much going on and need to spend the weekend catching up on some things. I’m looking forward to spending some time with my wife and other personal endeavors, too.
However, I had a fantastic time meeting people and presenting various topics at the first two.
At Charlotte BarCamp 2009 is where I gave my first presentation on “How to Make Money Online”. It was the 2nd most highest voted session of the day. That was back in January 2009 and the Twitter session was the only one that beat it. (I was on a little panel with Jason Keath and Lisa Hoffmann for that panel. Those were the early days of Twitter.)
My session was a two-part session. I turned it into an online audio clip that you can listen to on this site. I explained how to make money by e-commerce here and how to make money by creating content here.
At Charlotte BarCamp 2, I gave a new presentation on How to Market Anything Online. I have not posted that one online yet. But I will someday, I’m sure. It also was the 2nd highest voted session and had a huge turnout.
I hope you all have a great time this weekend. I hope to see you at the next one. They seem to come around twice per year now.
If you have the time available, Charlotte BarCamp is a great way to meet new people and learn new things free. Enjoy!