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What You Will Learn

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Writing

Review writing techniques and discuss methods for improvement.
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Business

Discuss important industry issues and strategies with experienced bloggers.
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Social Media

Learn important techniques and strategies for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more.
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Photography / Video

Learn basic and more advanced techniques for improving your multimedia work.
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Technical Help

Get expert help optimizing the design and performance of your web site.
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Networking

Make valuable connections with bloggers and industry representatives.
Testimonials

What People Thought of #BlogHouse

Instead of laughing in my face, the mentors at Bloghouse taught me patiently, step step, and showed me tips in four days that would have taken years to learn by myself. My writing, layout, niche, and outlook have all improved dramatically, and my site traffic has tripled just one month after Bloghouse.

As well as the spectacular setting, it was a fantastic experience and one which I’ll definitely never forget.

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.

I learned a huge amount about how to create and maintain a successful blog.

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.

In all my years, I cannot recall any three-day stretch where I learned as much as I did at our castle.

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.

I was starting to get some traction with my page views before Bloghouse but it was slow going. After putting the workshop stuff into practice, I saw my numbers more than double from 10,000 per month to over 20,000 in a few months..and they’re still climbing.

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