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Presentation Is Not Conversation Liz Strauss successful-blog.com
1. Show up  Are you playing  for keeps? No famous shoemaker ever wore ratty shoes.  5 +1 Steps to  Your Authentic Writing ...
2. Be in with both feet … a sarong was so wrong Have  a goal The Ferrari Analogy for  Organized Writing  Don’t forget wher...
3. Be a friend first … I have  friends who only want to talk about themselves.  Can you believe that?   How to  Write for ...
4. Blog your experience … Information is all over the Internet  Planet.  YOU are  the only you  where you are.  It’s your ...
5. Don’t tie things up in bow … Ask questions people want to answer.  We want to talk too.  10 Reasons Readers Don’t Leave...
6. Be trustworthy … People want to know it will last.  Japanese maple  isn’t  shameless Do what you love in service to the...
7. Start small . . . think BIG Grow Your Community with Your Blog  Liz Change the World: One World-Sized Idea   It’s okay ...
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2009 WordCamp Las Vegas Presentation Resource Notes.

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  1. 1. Presentation Is Not Conversation Liz Strauss successful-blog.com
  2. 2. 1. Show up Are you playing for keeps? No famous shoemaker ever wore ratty shoes. 5 +1 Steps to Your Authentic Writing Voice Pedestals and Backyard Rockstars
  3. 3. 2. Be in with both feet … a sarong was so wrong Have a goal The Ferrari Analogy for Organized Writing Don’t forget where you said you’d take me.
  4. 4. 3. Be a friend first … I have friends who only want to talk about themselves. Can you believe that? How to Write for Beginners and Experts at the Same Time A best friend gets things started Go find them.
  5. 5. 4. Blog your experience … Information is all over the Internet Planet. YOU are the only you where you are. It’s your own. It’s identifiable It’s hard to argue with. How to Write Intelligently from the Heart No report cards.
  6. 6. 5. Don’t tie things up in bow … Ask questions people want to answer. We want to talk too. 10 Reasons Readers Don’t Leave Comments People don’t care what you know until they know you care.
  7. 7. 6. Be trustworthy … People want to know it will last. Japanese maple isn’t shameless Do what you love in service to the people who love what you do. About saying thank you
  8. 8. 7. Start small . . . think BIG Grow Your Community with Your Blog Liz Change the World: One World-Sized Idea It’s okay to let people see you trying. Trying happens right before succeeding.
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