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Are You Going to be an Event Blogger for State of Digital?

12 November 2013 BY

As you know State of Digital does a lot of event blogging. We are now even extending that and for that we are looking for help!

State of Digital is looking for enthusiastic online marketers to attend some of the best events in the world and blog for State of Digital.

We have partnerships with some of the leading online marketing events in the UK, Europe, US, Asia and Australia. This means we are able to send State of Digital bloggers to cover the presentations by some of the prominent marketers in the industry.

Do you have what it takes to be an event blogger? These are the qualities we are looking for:

• Enthusiastic
• Great level of written English
• Able to take good photos
• Avid Twitter person (will need to share)

The blogger will take photos, tweet and also write at least a blog post per session at the conference.

In return you will be featured as a guest event blogger on our brand new site. State of Digital attracts between 4,000 and 6,000 unique visitors per day from all over the world.

Too good an opportunity to miss?

Do you want to be part of the team of event bloggers? Fill in the form below to apply. Let us know which country you are based in and prefer to blog from

We look forward to hearing from you.

Notes:

- This is not a paid job and travel expenses will not be paid (so ‘can travel’ means you are willing to go abroad for an event)
– Only apply for the event blogging, this is NOT a request for regular bloggers or guest bloggers, those are approached by us!

Sign up as an event blogger

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Jo Turnbull is the organiser of Search London and the founder of SEO Jo Blogs, which provides practical advice and tips for those in SEO.

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