BlogOn was founded by Laura Seaton, the blogger behind the successful Tired Mummy of Two blog. The idea of hosting events for bloggers in the North was not a new one to Laura as she had already helped lots of brands to host bloggers and their families at various events under the name Blogs Up North. The first-ever BlogOn conference took place in 2013 and it was a huge success with 70 local bloggers in attendance. We debated, laughed and had fun together whilst networking and learning more about being a better blogger. This helped to set the groundwork for the future of the BlogOn events and the conferences are going from strength to strength. After many requests, we spend 2015 travelling the UK hosting 3 events in Cardiff, Manchester and Winchester. In 2016 we hosted two sell-out events in Manchester including our very first Christmas themed event in September. 2017 saw us once again hosting two events and saw us move to our new venue, Hotel Football. With two more events planned for 2018, we are very excited to see what the future will bring.
BlogOn Conference gives brands the opportunity to meet bloggers by being in the brand area, sponsoring a session or by putting a product into the fabulous goody bags. It also gives bloggers of all genres the chance to learn in a friendly and relaxed environment. The sessions at each conference are planned based on the attendees and we try to make each and every session interactive and open to debate.
Although we welcome bloggers from any niche, please be aware that the brands and goody bags will be mainly parent blogger focused due to the majority of attendees being from this demographic.
As well as the conference BlogOn offers a fixed price blogger outreach service to the Toy Industry which allows you to create a campaign to your budget. With some big named clients within the toy industry as well as many other smaller clients this is a huge success and helps to bring brands and bloggers closer together. Blog On also offers advice, training and consultancy work to help you work better with bloggers in the way that you want to. Feel free to get in contact to discuss any of this in more detail by hitting the Contact Us page.