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Bloggy Boot Camp Conferences Are Beloved by Attendees and Sponsors

By November 13, 2013 February 4th, 2015 No Comments

If you haven’t heard of Bloggy Boot Camp, you may be missing out on one of the most rewarding blog and social media conference events around. Bloggy Boot Camp travels around the U.S., works to keep attendee costs to a minimum, and each conference is only one day long — which makes it an affordable, non-travel-intensive option for women looking to network and take their blogs to the next level.

Sway Group recently spoke at the Dallas Bloggy Boot Camp, and we’ve heard nothing but great things about this year’s event from both attendees and sponsors. Brands who sponsor this conference tell us they love how intimate and inclusive it is, because with a well-managed audience (130 bloggers were at the Dallas Boot Camp last weekend), everyone has a chance to connect — the engagement goes far beyond stuffing swag in attendee bags.

This year’s Dallas sponsors included Kroger, Mirassou Winery, Clearon, Invisalign,  and more. LG also sponsored the event as part of their Life’s Good campaign, and featured a washer and dryer giveaway in addition to showing off their latest home appliances.

It’s an amazing opportunity for brands to take part in a truly unique blogging conference, and reach online influencers who are passionate about their content and their medium. Talk to us today about sponsoring the next Bloggy Boot Camp event!

The education is A+. You will get cold, hard facts – tips and tricks you can apply right away, even if you’re just getting started. I noticed lots of “big” bloggers in attendance, which tells me that the information is relevant even to those bloggers who are at the top of their game. —

What made this conference the best blog conference I have been to was the message, the continual message throughout the day and a half (which I also love it is jammed packed with great info and quick to get you home!), the message of empowerment. You can do it, here is how, here is what we did… You don’t need to do it all. Just do what you can well. — Makobi Scribe