BlogOn Conference was first founded in 2012 by Laura who was frustrated that blog conferences were only ever held in London and it has since gone from strength to strength, increasing in popularity ever year as word gets out how good it is.
I became part of the team in 2015 when I helped to organise BlogOn Winchester and from a personal opinion I believe that BlogOn works because it is fun, friendly, informative and relaxed.
Want to go to interesting sessions?
The sessions are all based upon topical and popular requests and with three running at the same time there is bound to be something for everyone.
Fancy being introduced to some fabulous brands?
Brand engagement is key as a blogger and here you get to meet some of the friendly faces that you have been chatting to on email, get introduced to new brands to work with and even some that can help you earn money.
Hang out and network with fellow bloggers?
Possibly my favourite part of the conference is meeting like-minded bloggers. Because Blog On has a smaller number of attendees in comparison to its competitors, it feels more relaxed and people are happier to mingle. Sometimes in bigger conferences, bloggers radiate towards people they know making it feel more cliquey than in reality it is but I have never seen it happen here.
Don’t just listen to what I have to say, here some of our previous attendees thoughts:
Still not convinced?
Check out our previous linkies with everyone’s blogs posts with their thoughts and feelings about the conference.
Kara is a busy mother of 6 children and lives in Dorset. They can often be found leaping in muddy puddles or hurling themselves off cliffs via ziplines all for fun of course. Kara blogs about her family adventures and can be found at @ChelseaMamma.