What People Thought of #BlogHouse
Cole Burmester Four Jandals
We spent our days learning the intricate details of fine tuning our content, creating better videos and the overall art of travel blogging.
Yadira & Yaimani Rivera
We have been to other travel blog conferences, but none come close in comparison to what BlogHouse offered. The mentors were great at sharing their expertise with attendees and the small group size allowed for us to cultivate a deeper relationship with other bloggers like no other conference has.
The hands-on learning, personalized site audits and back-end review, and mentorship from some of the best bloggers in the business is absolutely priceless. I came home with a list of 41 specific action items – some minor tweaks, some much bigger. These are over and above the improvements I made during the workshop.
More importantly though, I came home a member of a close-knit, supportive, community, feeling empowered, optimistic, and excited about the future of my blog.
Julika Sarah Sateless Suitcase
The days in the castle were intense in many ways: Learning so much that you were afraid your brain would explode anytime soon, becoming slightly desperate about all that computer stuff (SEO, WordPress, newsletters, plugins, installments… and the little clapping monkey in my brain), but at the same time receiving so many good tips regarding writing, social media, and improving so many little things I never even knew could be improved.
Kay Rodriguez The Kay Days
After Blog House, I felt like I had formed a solid plan for The Kay Days. And now that I’m on the path, I’m ready to get on my feet and go.
Not only did I learn masses but I met a group of like minded travel bloggers. After feeling as if I were writing in a void, I now have the tools, knowledge and, most importantly, the support to grow Best Bits Worldwide into a viable business.
The sessions were fantastic, but the greatest value is having a new group of people to lean on as we all continue to grow and build our blogs.
BlogHouse is a must for intermediate level bloggers looking to up their game, get over a traffic plateau and reinvigorate their site. I loved how open and forthcoming all the mentors were at sharing their skills and experience. It was definitely more valuable than attending a larger industry conference for the openness, the atmosphere and the supportive community spirit of the event.