Calling all theme park website publishers
Written by Robert Niles
Allow me to switch hats for a moment and tell you about something happening at my other job, which is as editor of the Online Journalism Review at the University of Southern California.Tweet
On March 3, we're holding a free, one-day discussion conference in Los Angeles for independent online journalists and Web publishers. If you have a website -- on theme parks or any other subject -- and would like to get together with other website publishers to talk about building better sites, please consider joining us.
We'll be talking about publishing tools, managing discussion boards, dealing with PR people, earning revenue from websites and other topics of interest to independent Web publishers. You can find more information about "OJR 2006," and the registration form, at http://www.ojr.org/ojr/conference/.
The conference is free, but advance registration is required and the number of spots is limited. So please sign up soon.
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