Bloggy Boot Camp – Conferences for women in social media.
In October 2009, Bloggy Boot Camp was launched as an extension of The SITS Girls blog community. Designed as a conference series, attendees have the opportunity to grow their online business relationships in person, as well as increase their understanding and education of blogging and social media.
Attendees are a mix of ordinary and extraordinary women, ranging from young, single girls in their 20s to mothers to retirees. All span a multitude of backgrounds and experiences. The audience is connected through an interest in discovering new blogs and being a part of a community that provides support, friendship, and a platform for learning.
2013 Phoenix Session topics include:
Paid Blogging Campaigns: How to partner with a brand to successfully execute a paid campaign on your blog.
Brand Ambassadors: Becoming a brand ambassador/social media spokesperson can be a very lucrative opportunity for bloggers. Learn how to pitch and secure these positions.
Work/Life Balance: We all talk about achieving a balance between our online and offline worlds, but how do people really do this? Learn sure-fire techniques to succeed online while managing to not lose sight of the people who really matter.
Managing Social Media for Businesses: Monetizing your blog isn’t the only way to make money online. Another option is to manage social media for a business. Learn how to put your skills to use by growing social media accounts and increasing the bottom line for businesses.
How to Get Help, aka Be More Effective and Work Less: What if it were possible to clone yourself and get more done online? You can, but only if you consider getting an intern or assistant. Let us help you understand how to secure a paid (or unpaid) employee, what to look for in a candidate, and where to find people.
From Blog to Business: Setting yourself up as a business matters. Get the inside scoop on insurance, taxes, and which type of corporate structure is best for you.
Interested in getting connected with our 2013 attendees? Then be sure to use the hashtag, #BloggyBootCamp, and follow @BloggyBootCamp on Twitter.