What People Thought of #BlogHouse
The advice I got and the relationships I made at BlogHouse far and beyond exceeded what I was seeking. I’d recommend it to anyone who is serious about taking their travel blogging to the next level.
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.
Naomi Alyssa Anywhere But Home
My time at the blog house, in the end, was crazy inspiring not only because we were around people who are so enamored with what they do, but who also equally believed in what we do.
Bloghouse helped me see more about ways I could keep blogging as a sustainable career. Pragmatic advice and pretty awesome friendships were the name of the game and I’m glad that I played. Would definitely recommend this to any burgeoning travel bloggers or travel writers!
Béatrice Bernard-Poulin Eille la cheap!
I learned a lot. I finally understood concepts that had to be hammered into my brain.
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.
Elizabeth Carlson Young Adventuress
So what did I take away from such a singular experience? Besides several kilos gained in sampling the best Catalán cuisine and far too much vino tinto, I found encouragement, confidence and support from 14 amazing new friends and the belief that I can take this little blog of mine so much further than I ever dreamed when I started (shudder) a Blogspot account 2 years ago.
Megan Belt A Passport Affair
Travel bloggers are incredibly passionate, talented and interesting people. I was expecting that. I wasn’t expecting the sense of community I felt from the first moment we stood in the kitchen together and decided to open the wine and explore the castle. I didn’t expect mornings gathered around the kitchen table, the all-out effort to maintain a constant coffee supply, the morale building conversations and the pervasive spirit of generosity… sharing ideas, advice and friendship.