2 DAYS. 600+ INFLUENCERS. 20+ INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS
And that’s not to mention the thousands of new friends, the baddest blogging party of the year, countless memories, and exponential blog growth and it all happens at one conference.
Let’s just say you reallllllllllyyyyyy don’t want to miss this conference. Build Your Blog Conference 2017 is the most education blogger conference to exist, and it’s on February 3rd and 4th in Salt Lake City.
This conference is unlike any other blogging conference around, and we aren’t just saying that. Our goal is to create a conference where you will network and learn from the industry pros. This conference is where you come to grow your blog. We’ve invited some of the most influential masters of the blogging sphere to help you continue to do what you do best.
Our friends from the Six Sisters Stuff, The Alison Show, Jordan Page from Fun, Cheap, or Free, Monica Pruitt from Happy and Blessed Home, Phil Hollows from FeedBlitz, and of course you know the monetizing team at Monumetric will be there.
Alison Faulkner of The Alison Show will be getting the party started off right as our keynote speaker. She is a branding and events expert with a highly engaged online community. She hosts all female dance parties, writes, speaks to large groups, and teaches workshops and online courses and will be kicking off Day 1!
From there the conference will be jammed packed with mind blowing materials that will revolutionize your blog. We’ll learn to master Perfectly Polished Printables, How to make Money Outside of Your Blog, Common Mistakes Bloggers Make, How to rock Sponsored Posts, Growing your Instagram following, and more!
And it keeps getting better.
Oh, and the location is nothing short of spectacular in the heart of Salt Lake City. Did we mention your ticket comes with an EXCLUSIVE shopping event with the glamorous City Creek shopping center?!
When you aren’t filling your notebooks with the LOADS of conference material you’ll be networking like crazy and meeting with the speakers in personal one on one meetings. Just see what last year attendees said about the conference last year.