Cincinnati blogger convention glee

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I was super happy that I was able to make it down to the Cincinnati Blogger Convention last week at one of my favorite places in all of Cincinnati, the Mercantile Library. Chris Messick – who has to be the world’s least grumpy librarian (he’s actually cheerful and friendly) – helped orchestrate the whole thing, which, I have to say, seems to have been a rousing success.

Though I was only there for about an hour and fifteen, I really liked the experience. I have found out recently that I rather enjoy geeking out with the geeks.

And today, Mr. Messick so politely sent us a list of all conventioneers replete with links to their respective blogs. So, here I post.

5CHW4R7Z (http://www.5chw4r7z.blogspot.com/)

Bad Pitch Blog (http://badpitch.blogspot.com/)

Building Cincinnati (http://www.building-cincinnati.com/)

Buy Cincy (http://buycincy.com/)

CETconnect (http://cetconnect.blogspot.com/)

Cincinnati Area Commercial Real Estate Trends (http://cincicommercialrealestate.blogspot.com/)

Cincinnati Blog (http://www.cincinnati.blogspot.com/)

Cincinnati Dealer (http://www.cincinnatidealer.com/)

Cincinnati Locavore (http://cincinnatilocavore.blogspot.com/)

Clark Street Blog (http://clarkstreetblog.blogspot.com/)

Die Fladermaus (http://mattvant.blogspot.com/)

ENCORE (http://encorecincinnati.wordpress.com/)

Girlfriendology (http://girlfriendology.com/)

Gonz O’Lager (http://gonzolager.blogspot.com/)

Hello, Gerard (http://hellogerard.blogspot.com/)

Joe Wessels (http://www.highprioritypartners.com/wp/joewessels_wp/)

Juliet & Juliette (http://julietandjulietteblog.com/)

Kate’s Random Musings (http://www.katesrandommusings.com/)

Keeping it REAL Estate (http://livingcincinnati.com/)

Kelly the the Max! (http://kellyhudson.blogspot.com/)

Live Green Cincinnati (http://www.livegreencincinnati.com/)

Liz Wu Music (http://www.cincychic.com/component/option,com_mamblog/task,show/action,user/id,808)

Make Cincinnati Weird (http://www.makecincinnatiweird.com/)

Mommy Bits (http://www.MommyBits.blogspot.com)

Cincinnati Women Bloggers (http://www.CincinnatiWomenBloggers.blogspot.com)

My Wine Education (http://www.wine-girl.net/)

Not Really a Book Blog Blog (http://nrabb2.blogspot.com/)

Permasmirk (http://permasmirk.com/)

Prospective (http://prosepective.blogspot.com/)

Queen City Survey (http://queencitysurvey.blogspot.com/)

Queer Cincinnati (http://cincywestsidequeer.blogspot.com/)

Soapbox (http://www.soapboxmedia.com/)

Strategic Public Relations (http://prblog.typepad.com/strategic_public_relation/)

The Journey is the Reward (http://blog.morristsai.com/)

Turning the Page (http://www2.cincinnatilibrary.org/blog/)

Urbanophile (http://theurbanophile.blogspot.com/)

Wine Me Dine Me (in Cincinnati) (http://winemedinemecinci.blogspot.com/)

With my attendance at the aforementioned convention and the frequent comment I heard being, “You need to post more often,” I have decided that I will. Now, I’ve decided this before, so we’ll see how it goes. But I have now reasons (more than just the nice requests for more Joe-tent) to do the bloggy thing. I will expound later on. Meantime, enjoy some of these wonderful Cincinnati blogs!

2 Replies to “Cincinnati blogger convention glee”

  1. If I have to write “QueerCincinnati” one more time… 🙂 I have to say, sometimes my chosen online identity annoys me too.

    Sorry we didn’t get to meet at the Blogger’s Convention — maybe next time? Anyways, found you via the list that came out today.

    Have a great day!!!!

    (PS –> about the below post, most of my hits come from pictures of half-naked men… LOL… whatever… you take the traffic you can get :-))

  2. Joe – thanks for the mention of my blog – Girlfriendology.com. It was great to meet other bloggers at the recent event and I look forward to reading more local blogs.

    There seems to be a real energy happening among us geeks in Cincinnati. There is the Social Media Group, New Media Cincinnati, a growing LinkedIn Cincinnati group and we started a Cincinnati Women Bloggers group. I look forward to learning more together, supporting each other and seeing how we can communicate and build this community in our great city.

    Thanks again! Debba / http://www.girlfriendology.com (the online community for women based on female friendship – not necessarily a Cincinnati blog but we do have some Cincinnati events coming!)

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