In just over a week, I’ll be on my way to Birmingham, to a place called The Custard Factory, to speak about social media, enjoy a picnic and chat to some of the most exciting bloggers in the UK.
Sounds interesting? It’s Blognix!
Blognix is a blogger event organised by Elizabeth Sellers from Rosalilium. A successful blogger in her own right, Elizabeth has gathered together a group of us bloggers to speak about a topic of our choice. Speakers include:
- El Jones from A Thrifty Mrs
- Jen Holmes from A Little Bird Told Me
- Kim Lawler from Kim Lawler Creative and Finest Imaginary
- Colleen Bulfin from Reward Style
- Hazel Paterson from It’s not f***ing rocket science and Domestic Sluttery
(I actually read and love most of these blogs already, so I’m going to have to keep my fan girl face in check. More info on them on Rosalilium’s blog)
As a blogger, you can expect to learn about:
- Working with PR’s
- Social Media Tips and Techniques
- Turning Blogging into a Career
- Blogging Ethics and Best Practice
- Photography for Blogging
- Blog Design
- and more!
The bloggers who are in the line up all make an income from blogging, so you’ll get great advice you can really put into practice.
Did I mention there will be a picnic? In a place called The Custard Factory? The really awesome bit is, tickets are just £20. D’ya know what else you can buy for £20?
- One cinema ticket for a two hour film. And maybe a nasty hot dog.
- Three magazines. Maybe four if you like the ‘My grandmother was also my mother’ type of weeklies.
- A McDonald’s drive through
- A cocktail in London
Buy a £20 ticket for Blognix, and you’ll get:
- A whole day of tutorials and sessions with bloggers
- A Q&A session
- A picnic lunch and refreshments through the day
- A great networking experience with likeminded people.
That’s just good maths.
Most of the tickets have now gone, but there are a few left. You can snap them up on the Blognix event page.
If you can’t make it, you can follow the #Blognix hashtag on Twitter for the latest updates.
So, who’s coming to Blognix?