Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Blog Conference Insights with Sacramento Connect


Where: The Sacramento Bee 
When: Tuesday, November 1, 2011, 6-7:30 p.m.
What: An informative and fun panel discussion about blogging

Local bloggers will share insights from the blog conferences they attended this year, including BlogHer, BlogHer Food, Independent Fashion Blogger Conference, and Type-A Parent Conference.
Some of the discussion topics will include:
  • Key highlights and insights from the conferences
  • Blogging trends
  • New blogging tools and resources
  • Changes the participants have made as a result of attending the conferences
Panelists

Nichole BeaudryNichole Beaudry, In These Small Moments
Former English professor turned stay-at-home mom, Nichole blogs about finding meaning, wonder, beauty and whimsy in life’s small ordinary moments. Nichole has attended BlogHer and Bloggy Boot Camp.

Kimberly MoralesKimberly Morales, Poor Girl Eats Well
From original recipes to tips on making the most of your grocery-store dollar, Kimberly blogs about saving money while still enjoying delicious meals. Kimberly attended BlogHer Food.

Bella QBella Q. The Citizen Rosebud, Street Style SACRAMENTO
Bella Q. is an original voice in local blogging community and is influenced by streetstyle and DIY fashion. Bella attended the Independent Fashion Blogger Conference.

Amy RuizAmy Ruiz, Limit Reached
Amy Ruiz is single in Sacramento and she uses her frustration—from bad drivers to online dating—as inspiration for her humor blog. Amy attended BlogHer.

Eileen SmitEileen Smit, Bringing up Bronwyn
Eileen Smit’s blog describes the shenanigans of trying to balance work and raise a toddler when you don’t have family nearby to help. Eileen has attended BlogHer and Bloggy Boot Camp.


Christine YoungChristine Young, From Dates to Diapers
Christine, a mother of seven, blogs about parenting and shares her opinions about new products, especially those that make family life fun. Christine attended the Type-A Parent Conference.

This event is free and open to the public. Please register above to attend. Parking is available on the street and in The Bee's visitor parking lot on the northeast corner of 21st and Q streets. For questions, please contact Lisa Howard, Sacramento Connect Community Manager, The Sacramento Bee.

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