What is Blog On Conference?

Blog On is a blogging conference for bloggers of all levels and genres, which started in 2013. Blog On Conference has sold out at every event and has had a large waiting list of attendees.

Where is Blog On Conference? 

Check out the 'Find Us' page for all direction info.

Can I get a refund if I can't go?

Yes, up to 14 days before the event you can get a refund. However you can not transfer your ticket name to another blogger. The ticket must go to the next blogger on the waiting list and the refund must go through the BlogOn itself. Please contact laura@blogonconference.com to do this. See the Ticket T&C's here. 

How Much is BlogOn Conference?

Prices vary due to costs but all prices are on the 'Tickets' page.

Are food and refreshments provided?

Food is provided at every Blog On event. If you have purchased a ticket and you have dietary requirements please do let us know via the 'Contact Us' page with the title 'Dietary Requirements'.

Do I need to bring anything?

We will provide notepads and pens but please feel free to bring a camera and business cards, if you have them. We hold a charity raffle and tombola throughout the conference so please bring some cash with you, although the isn't a necessity, it is for a great cause. We suggest you bring a large empty suitcase too... sounds strange we know, but we give out the biggest goody bags you've ever seen and carrying them is near on impossible. Add in your tombola and raffle prizes plus your brand goodies and you have a very full suitcase when you leave. Even if you're driving, bring that suitcase, you'll regret it if you don't.

Do I need to print my ticket?

No, we like being kind to the environment so we will be able to check you in without the need of wasting any more trees.

Why do you give to charity?

Every year BlogOn supports a different charity by holding a raffle and tombola during the conference. This started when Laura, the founder of BlogOn, wanted to give back to those charities that had helped her family during her daughter Elizabeth's treatment for Leukaemia. Each year we have beaten our targets and given to some amazing charities, to read more about it please head over to the 'This Year's Charity' page.