From June 6th-8th 2014 there will be a brand-new blogging and writing conference taking place in Baltimore, Maryland, called The Blog U Conference.
I am proud to announce that I am part of a faculty that includes well-respected bloggers, best-selling authors, successful freelance writers, and experts in a variety of aspects of social media, blogging, writing, publishing and web presence, with a reach of over 950,000 fans on Facebook, alone. We are a community of bloggers that have helped each other become better at what we do, and are ready to use our individual skill sets to help others do the same.
I’ll be a part of two teaching sessions, and will make myself available to any conference attendee that wants one-on-one time.
Our goal is simple: help you become a better blogger, writer, online presence.
We want you to succeed at what you love to do.
Bloggers and writers of all experience levels, styles, and niches are invited to join us for a weekend of serious schooling.
Registration opens in January 2014. Tickets are priced to cover it all: meals, sessions, lodging and the social events. Conference tickets are priced from $199-299, depending on your lodging needs.
Come learn about the amazing faculty and mark your calendars!
More information on sessions will be coming soon…
Any questions? Just give me a shout.
I hope to see you there!
7 thoughts on “Announcing: The Blog U Conference”
Congratulations! I’m very excited and looking forward to it, sounds like a great experience!
Thanks so much, Kathy! It’s going to be a really great weekend. 🙂
I think I’m gonna be able to go!!
Hooray! It will be so nice to see you there!
Is there any information on how this went last year? I’m interested in joining for 2015, but I can’t seem to find much about last year’s conference. It sounds awesome, but I can only attend one conference, so want to make sure I’m choosing a good one. Hubby works in advertising/graphic design, so I’m well aware that pretty much anyone can make a website. 🙂 Do you know where I can find stats/info from last year? (Thanks so much. Truly not trying to be a pest.)
Here is a link to a post I did about THIS year’s BlogU conference that includes links to their site, social platforms, plus 40 blog posts by last year’s attendees and faculty to give you an idea of what it was like: https://kimbongiornowrites.com/2015/01/15/come-and-see-me-at-blogu15/
If you have more questions, there is a contact form on the BlogU site where the team can help you further. Good luck!
This is awesome–thank you!!