The Central Florida Blogger Conference (better known as CFLBlogCon) is coming back to Orlando on September 15th. This year it’s being hosted at the Orlando Science Center, which means more room for more bloggers. Don’t think you have to already have a successful blog to attend this conference. I think anyone that is interested in blogging, social media, or new media marketing would get their monies worth from this day long event.
I’m fortunate enough to be on the fabulous planning team with a great group of local bloggers. We have setup a great agenda including tons of local bloggers to bring you great content. Check out the amazing agenda! Don’t miss my session on Widgets and Gadgets for Bloggers, covering a tons of low cost tools to enhance your content.
We are using SCHED.ORG as a social way of choosing sessions and see who else is planning to attend. Plus this allows you to have your agenda right on your smartphone, thus saving trees.
One of the best things about CFLBlogCon is that we keep it local. All the speakers are local volunteers with years of experience giving back to the Central Florida community. Another local part of the conference is this year’s virtual hosting of speakers materials will be through an Orlando startup company called Doccaster.com. It’s a location based file sharing system that will allow you to bookmark and engage in conversation with others on a document tied to a location.
You can’t pass up on day of learning, networking, and blogging for only $49.00! That’s the current early bird price, which will be going up on July 1st. Last year’s conference sold out!
Have a company who is interested in making an impact on 250 Central Florida Bloggers? Check out sponsorship details.
I can’t wait to announce a few other details and plans for the conference in the coming months, including a great social good piece.
Find more information on CFLBlogCon: http://CFLBLOGCON.COM
Twitter: @CFLBlogCon and conversation happening using hashtag #CFLBlogCon
Now it’s time to watch the preview video!
Curious about last year’s conference? READ MORE ABOUT IT