What is BlogOn Conference?
BlogOn is a blogging conference for bloggers of all levels and genres, which started in 2013. BlogOn Conference has sold out at every event and is always very popular.
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.
Where is BlogOn Conference?
All BlogOn Conferences are held in the UK. Please check the individual event pages to find out more about the locations.
Can I get a refund if I can’t go?
Unfortunately, we no longer offer refunds for tickets. However, you can transfer your ticket to another blogger up to 14 days before the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will have a thread in the Facebook group for anyone who wishes to purchase/sell a ticket to help with this process.
Are food and refreshments provided?
Food is provided at every BlogOn event. If you have purchased a ticket and you have dietary requirements please do let us know via the ‘Contact Us‘ page with the title ‘Dietary Requirements’.
Do I need to bring anything?
We will provide notepads and pens but please feel free to bring a camera and business cards, if you have them. We hold a charity raffle and tombola throughout the conference so please bring some cash with you, although this isn’t a necessity, it is for a great cause. We suggest you bring a large empty suitcase too… sounds strange we know, but we give out the biggest goody bags you’ve ever seen and carrying them is near on impossible. Add in your tombola and raffle prizes plus your brand goodies and you have a very full suitcase when you leave. Even if you’re driving, bring that suitcase, you’ll regret it if you don’t.
Do I need to print my ticket?
No, we like being kind to the environment so we will be able to check you in without the need of wasting any more trees.
Why do you give to Good Causes?
Every year BlogOn has supported a different good cause by holding a raffle and tombola during the conference. This started when Laura, the founder of BlogOn, wanted to give back to those charities and good causes that had helped her family during her daughter Elizabeth’s treatment for Leukaemia. Each year we have beaten our targets and given to some amazing charities. 2017 saw the launch of the BlogOn Community Fund, which has seen funds donated help bloggers in need to read more please visit the BlogOn Community Fund page.