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Modern Media Man Summit Announces Paul Banas of GreatDad.com to Speak in September at First Men’s/Dad’s Conference in Atlanta

Paul Banas
Author Paul Banas
Submitted 09-08-2010

Here is a copy of the press release that appears on prweb.com:

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 3, 2010 – The Modern Media Man Summit announced Friday, that Paul Banas, founder of GreatDad.com will speak at the first-ever blogging conference for men and dads to be held in Atlanta from Sept. 9-11, 2010. Other speakers will include “The Problem With Women … Is Men,” author Charles J. Orlando, “the father of paid blogging,” Ted Murphy; and “The Attachment Parenting Blog” writer Dave Taylor. Cal Ripken, Jr. will open the event.

Banas will speak on the “10 Immutable Laws of Daddy Media,” including rules on content, branding, and new technologies.

“I’m looking forward to this one-of-a-kind reunion of some of the top minds in the Internet and Dad market,” said Banas. “We are just at the beginning of a cultural shift that will force marketers to recognize dads as a new marketing force that needs to be addressed.”

Kevin Roy, M3’s co-founder said Thursday, “We had always planned for this to be a one-of-a-kind event, but it wasn’t until I actually talked with these amazing speakers and learned how passionate they each are about their topics that I knew the attendees would be in for something special.”

Dave Taylor, the associate conference chairman, and one of the featured keynote speakers said, in going through applications to speak at the conference, he worked to ensure that the conference adds value for all who attend and was excited to add Paul Banas as an M3 speaker.

“We’ve sought to create an event that celebrated the whole man, from a business, personal and community perspective, and am gratified at the outpouring of interest we’ve received. We have a superb lineup of speakers and we are excited to have Paul Banas from GreatDad.com at the M3 Summit.”

Other featured speakers and panelists include Clay Nichols from DadLabs.com, Ron Mattocks, author of SugarMilk, and Jason Avant of Dadcentric.com.

Details about event sponsors, a menu of the speakers/panelists, costs for credentials, and venue information are available at ModernMediaMan.com.

About GreatDad.com

Headquartered in San Francisco, California, GreatDad.com is a leading source of experience, recommendations, inspiration and advice for dads – delivered from the male perspective. GreatDad.com has the only weekly pregnancy countdown newsletter written by and for dads, as well as a library of over 4000 articles on parenthood, all from a male perspective.

 

About Modern Media Man Summit

The Modern Media Man organization was founded with the focus of becoming the first dedicated blogging conference in the United States focused solely on the issues facing men and dad bloggers as they pursue their interests in blogging about personal, business and educational issues. The organization is focused on meeting the needs of bloggers, podcasters, videobloggers, online TV and radio broadcasters, social media influencers, consumers and small business owners, while also bringing them together with key corporate brands affected by the active purchasing power of today’s Modern Media Man.

The M3 Summit will feature a host of recognized speakers; include a variety of essential seminars, panel discussions and keynotes from some of the best known in the industry. Held in Atlanta, the three-day conference lends a once-a-year opportunity for contact and lead generation, the exchange of ideas, and a look into the heart of men and dad bloggers.

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