Phil Hollows from FeedBlitz at BYBC 2017 « Build Your Blog Conference
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Phil Hollows from FeedBlitz at BYBC 2017

FeedBlitz Sponsors Build Your Blog Conference 2017

We are so pleased to have Phil Hollows from FeedBlitz present to our attendees! His class will be on Making Email Marketing Your Digital Gold Mine. Actionable advice, best practice and user stories on how to grow your list, make the most of your mailings, and generate income. Grow your income and spend less time doing it, with email! I guarantee you’ll come away with ways to make a difference immediately.

Phil Hollows is the Founder & CEO of FeedBlitz, the email marketing, RSS feed & social media automation service. Phil started what became FeedBlitz in 2005, raising private equity investment in 2006. He’s also the author of “List Building for Bloggers” – email marketing for the rest of us. Stateside for 24 years, father of two teens, Oxford graduate & living in greater Boston, MA, Phil enjoys hearing from folks here how much they love his accent, and from friends & family in England how American he sounds. Phil describes himself as a space geek, Elon Musk fanboy, and an unreformed optimist. He says he is stubborn and will smirk for wine. Easy, but not cheap, Phil may or may not have an Indian Food addiction and an adorable accent. Your mileage may vary.

Phil Hollows with FeedBlitz at Build Your Blog Conference 2017

We are so excited to have FeedBlitz as a sponsor of Build Your Blog Conference again! FeedBlitz is the only all-in-one service combining email marketing, social media, and RSS feed management. FeedBlitz’s set and forget email service takes the pain out of email marketing and newsletter updates. Their service has so much to offer bloggers and online influencers to help streamline their email marketing needs. Make sure you get over to chat with Phil and FeedBlitz and see how their service can help you use your email list more effectively.

Posted January 31, 2017 in: Blog Conference, blogger, Blogging by Larry Adamson