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PanAsianBiz to Attend BlogWorld in Vegas on Nov. 8-9, 2007

PanAsianBiz to Attend BlogWorld in Vegas on Nov. 8-9, 2007

I don’t know about you and your blog, or you with your blog, but PanAsianBiz (that’s me) is going to BlogWorld.

KnowMoreMedia will be attending the Blogworld & New Media Expo in Las Vegas, Nov 8-9, 2007, as a media partner, sponsor, and an exhibitor.

Blogging in Las Vegas
Blogging in Las Vegas

And RSON is a part of the KnowMoreMedia network.

Read details about BlogWorld.

The conference program will cover topics related to:

1. new media,

2. citizen journalism,

3. blogging,

4. podcasting,

4. marketing,

5. online readership

6. The 2007 Weblog Awards

Who else should be there?

“Any Blogger, Vlogger, Podcaster, Internet radio broadcaster, or producer of any other form of new media content.”

How about any company that wants to improve their online presence?

And, what about people looking for a reason to go to Vegas and a way to write it off as a business expense?

If any reader of PAB is planning to be there…please let me know via the comments, I suppose and I will try to arrange a get together…on me!

What happens in Vegas will stay in Vegas!

Elvis Presley’s Blogging Workshop

Elvis Presley’s Blogging Workshop

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

Blogging Workshop

My daddy likes to say that he did NOT dress the King. The King, of course, is Elvis Presley. And Bill Belew was his costume designer.

THAT Bill Belew is not my daddy.

My daddy does blogging workshops. He helps people see their goals, reach into all the world, have a voice, make a difference.

I think that is way cooler than putting costumes on a singer. Besides my daddy dresses me in costumes…pumpkins, giraffes and such. That is not so cool, but I love it when my daddy plays with me even if it means making me look silly.

He looks pretty silly at times, too. Well, all the time. But don’t tell him I said that.

When I grow up, I want to make a difference in people’s lives like my daddy.

How about you? What are you going to do when you grow up?

Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.


How to Write a Blog Post for Chinese-American Children in Silicon Valley

How to Write a Blog Post for Chinese-American Children in Silicon Valley

My daddy asked me if I would write a blog post to describe how to write a blog, but for Chinese-Americans in Silicon Valley.

He said he had to do something similar once. He spoke at Google. They asked him to give a presentation on how to give a perfect presentation.

I am not sure it’s the same, but he says it is. Daddies know those things so I’ll trust him … for now. he he he

Recipe for a Great Blog Post
                                            Recipe for a Great Blog Post

Great Formula for Blog Titles


  • make a promise to deliver information, solve a problem, inspire, motivate or entertain
  • is 60-70 characters long
  • don’t use a lot of words that would never appear in a search engine.

A search engine is a little motor that makes search things move, I guess.

First Lines in a Blog Post

A good blog post will re it or 8 (Ed: reiterate) in the opening lines that the post will deliver what is promised in the title. Look how I did that in this post.

Ideal Length of a Blog Post

A good blog post will be at least 200 – 250 words long. Unless I have more to say than can be said in just 200 words. Daddy says it’s stupid to keep writing just to have a longer blog post … or to stop writing when more needs to be said.

Most blog posts are best at about 1 minute long – reading time – or people, especially kids fall asleep or forget what it was they were reading about in the earlier parts because it got too long. Where was I?

And if a blog post is too long, your fingers get tired of swiping up and down on your cell phones … and it’s hard to read.

Sentence Paragraphs for Easy Reading

Sentence paragraphs are easier to read on small devices, too! Kind of like I am doing here.

Key Items in a Blog Post - Check!
                               Key Items in a Blog Post – Check!

Why Blogs Have Images

A good blog post should have images. Readers of your blogs should always be able to:

see what they are reading about


read about what they are looking at.

Images will have good captions, and descriptions, too!

When you write about something that you have already mentioned in the past, you can link to that. It’s called an internal link. See below.

When you mention someone else who is really smart or refer to another place where someone said something worth mentioning, you can link to that, too. It’s called an external link.

About one internal and one external link per blog post is enough. Daddy says links are like ‘ands.’ You don’t want to keep saying, and, and and, and, and …

Good Use of Sub-headers

It’s good form to add submarine headers (Ed: sub headers). These are fat titles that show up to help people get a good idea of what you are going to say when they just scan your article … kind of like I did here.

Blog Outros Are Good Form
                                         Blog Outros Are Good Form

Outros Are Good for Blogs

Lastly – a good thing to do is to wrap up your post by saying you delivered what you promised in the title.

I write for Chinese-American kids and their parents, the growing uppers in Silicon Valley. And this is the formula I use in my blog posts … well most of my blog posts … er, some of my blog posts when I am paying attention. And when I care if the search motors (Ed: Engines) find me or not.

Not just children, but all bloggers might consider following this formula. Daddy knows best. I followed his formula and landed in KOIT. That’s another story for another day.

Mostly, I just want my readers to be happy.


3-year old flower power

3-year old flower power

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

Daddy tells me I have flower power.

My daddy went to attack (Ed: *ad:tech)  San Francisco yesterday by chew-chew train.

I know that because I saw the chew-chew train spit him out after it was done. Daddy looked better than things do after I chew them.

I am not sure who won the attack but daddy came home safely. That’s all that matters to me.

When daddy goes to these corn fences (Ed: conferences), he usually brings me some presents. To even things out, I make (I only got four dollars* so I can’t buy) him presents and give them to him.

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