Every time we ask PBEVENT attendees for suggestions on speakers for future events, Pat Flynn’s name is always mentioned. On each occasion, my ears have pricked up because I’ve long admired the way Pat goes about his blogging and more-so – how he shares with others what he knows. Pat threw himself into the online… read more
I’ve been impressed watching the journey of Lucy’s blog, as she keeps growing it from strength to strength. Since launching The Design Files in 2008, Lucy’s passion has grown it into the most popular design blogs in Australia, named by The Times (UK) as one of the world’s Top 50 design blogs, just one year… read more
Darren is the founder of ProBlogger, Digital Photography Schooland various other blogs. He’s been blogging since 2002 and has been involved in a variety of other projects including co-authoring ProBlogger the Book. Follow him on Twitter at @ProBlogger. Darren will be involved in numerous sessions at the ProBlogger Training event in 2013 including a keynote, sessions on building… read more
I’ve been watching Geraldine’s blog Everywhereist for the last year and wanted to get her along to #PBEVENT to share some of her own journey with blogging too. Geraldine began her blog after being laid off work, as a permanent love letter to her husband Rand, whom she follows around the world as he does business. It’s… read more
“Rand makes SEO kinda sexy doesn’t he!” The year was 2006 and Rand Fishkin had just finished his presentation at a Sydney SEO conference that I was speaking at and I overheard the above remark whispered from one attendee to another. While I’m not sure I’d ever quite go so far as to say that SEO… read more
We missed Chantelle at last year’s #PBEVENT as she was welcoming a brand new addition to her family. I’m happy to say that that she’s able to join us this year. Chantelle launched her blog, Fat Mum Slim in 2008 and a year later landed the job of social media editor at Kidspot. She is probably best known… read more
You know when you go to an event of thousands of people and you just keep seeing the same person everywhere you go? Chris Ducker is that guy for me, so I think it’s fate that he comes to speak at PBEVENT this year! Since I met Chris at a blogging conference in the US… read more
Nikki is one of Australia’s most successful and well-known bloggers. Through her hard work and dedication she has created a must-read blog for anyone interested in fashion and beauty. Nikki will soon be adding published author to her bio with the publication of her book Unlock Your Style which comes out in August. Nikki will… read more
Shayne, the artist formerly know as The Web Marketing Ninja, is a regular on the ProBlogger blog. Like a true ninja, he uses a combination of skill, judgment, discipline and more than ten years of industry experience to drive his approach or online marketing. Shayne’s loves working at the heart of growing online businesses. From… read more
Stacey has been blogging at The Veggie Mama since 2010 with a focus on “unfreaky food and recipes for vegetables that don’t immediately make you want to cry”. With a background in journalism and law, she is the ideal person to speak on “Blogging and the Law’. Her session will help you avoid all the potential pitfalls that… read more
One of the challenges of blogging is getting the look and feel of your blog right, so we are very excited to welcome The Web Princess herself, Dee Teal to PBEVENT this year. Dee is a WordPress developer, trainer and consultant who will give you all the practical tips you need to get your blog… read more
Author of Maxabella Loves and editor of Kidspot’s Village Voices, Maxabella describes herself as an “over-scheduler and over-organiser”. She will be speaking on Fitting it all in - how to manage your time efficiently when blogging.
Christie Burnett is the Mum of two, early childhood teacher, author and blogger behind the playful online space known as childhood101.com. Christie began blogging in 2009 as a new Mum trying to get her head around becoming a parent, which she naively thought would be easy after many, many years working with young children! Through Christie’s… read more
Brooke blogs at Slow your Home and inspires her readers to live a simpler life. She will be sharing her knowledge on how to create a digital magazine.
David’s experience spans from developing and franchising retail stores, building multi-million dollar portfolio of over 500 domains and websites, to turning founding Melbourne SEO Services and Melbourne Video Productions, who together help businesses grow through innovative online marketing systems. David will be sharing his insights on how to create a web video strategy for your… read more
Donna is behind the blog Socially Sorted. She will sharing her insights into images and infographics for creating shareable content.
Emma Stirling is a blogger and highly experienced Accredited Practising Dietitian who specialises in nutrition communication. She is a health writer for magazines, speaker and is director of Scoop Nutrition consulting to the food, health and hospitality industries. She will be sharing her thoughts on social media for social good.