Gardner Village is pleased to endorse the Build Your Blog Conference on February 16th at the Miller Professional Development Center in Sandy, Utah.
Learn from keynote speakers to build a successful blog, and make money in the process! Participants will also discover how to write and publish e-books, engage in SEO marketing easily and get the most from Pinterest. Register here.
Sponsored by Six Sisters' Stuff, this conference will host speakers with successful social media backgrounds for you to gain key insights into building your blog successfully.
Six Sisters' Stuff started as a way for the six sisters to stay in touch over vast distances. They soon realized their blog could be more... One year later, their blog transformed from "hundreds of hits per day to HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of hits per day."
Learn how to make your blog a smashing success at this conference!
Keynote speaker: Brooke Walker
Brooke is the co-host of Studio 5, a lifestyle TV show that features bloggers everyday. Born and raised in Utah, Brooke is active in her community and works with many charitable organizations like the Children's Medical Center. Brooke loves finding inspiration from other people's life experiences and enjoys sharing those stories with her viewers.
Nat and Holly started their blog, My Sister's Suitcase, to stay in touch while living 462 miles apart. They created a fun and inventive blog including DIY and home decor projects, kids' activities and more. Both will discuss their journey to building a successful blog.
Kari Sweeten owns Ucreate, a blog that inspires others to create. Her blog features thousands of DIY and craft projects for her readers to peruse. Her past experience working with Michael's Craft Stores, Martha Stewart and Sherwin Williams have contributed to the blog's unique niche. Becky Vandenberg and Danielle Hansen also regularly contribute to the Ucreate blog. They will speak about their experiences at the Build Your Blog Conference.
Sign up for the Build Your Blog Conference here. Registration is $149 and will begin at 9am on February 16th at the Miller Professional Development Center in Sandy, Utah.