Our attendees in Atlanta were amazing! We can’t believe that the posts from our great day together have already started popping up all around the web.

If you wrote a post about your experience or are giving away some of the Tide To Go pens that we included in the swag bags, be sure to link it up below. We’d love to read what you have to say!

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Join us October 22, 2011 for a day of education, networking and FUN!

Limited to 125 attendees, Bloggy Boot Camp is known for its inclusive, intimate environment. Seating is assigned and rotates throughout the event – you meet fellow bloggers in an easy, natural way while learning from the best and the brightest in social media.

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The Details:


October 22, 2011, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
{Cocktail reception to follow from 5:30 to 7:30 pm}


Melia Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia
{Low room rate of only $139/night. To receive the discounted price, simply purchase your ticket to Bloggy Boot Camp and we will then e-mail the hotel info to you!}

During the conference, we will be discussing branding, monetization, making things happen, SEO, how to write for an online audience, and more. Attendees include new bloggers to social media mavens. Your ticket includes lunch, education and a Saturday evening event.

How to Get Connected:

Interested in getting connected with our Atlanta attendees prior to the event? Then be sure to use the hashtag, #BBCATL, on Twitter.


Kat from Mama's Losin' ItKathy Bouska, aka Mama Kat, is a mom to three kids and the blogger behind, Mama’s Losin’ It. She was inspired to begin blogging back in 2007, not only because of her life-long love for writing, but also as a way to stay connected to her work experience as an English teacher. Kathy is particularly savvy at integrating humor and heart into her posts, as evidenced by her wildly successful Writer’s Workshop. In order to participate in this weekly meme, bloggers select a topic from a series of writing prompts, create a post, and then link to Kathy’s site in order to increase their own web traffic. When not working on her blog or on Twitter @mamakatslosinit, Kathy keeps busy as the owner of a daycare business and as an Account Manager for the BlogFrog.

The Divine Miss MommyStacie Haight Connerty, a self professed tech geek, foodie and social media junkie, is the mother of three children ages 7 & under, who lives in Atlanta with her husband. She is a nationally published writer/author/editor for a variety of magazines, blogs and online publications. Stacie has an MBA in marketing and consults with several companies on a regular basis as a Social Media Strategist. Her personal blog, The Divine Miss Mommy, is where you can find the latest product reviews, fabulous giveaways and stories about her family. She’s also critical to the success of Social Media Chicks, The Toy Bloggers, and The Family Travelers. Find Stacie on Twitter @stacieinatlanta.

Melissa CulbertsonIn addition to being a mama to two boys, Melissa is a marketing communications whiz with 11 years of experience in the corporate marketing world. She blogs at Adventuroo, a blog about capturing the everyday, and Momcomm, a blog where she shares her can-do blogging tips based on her experiences in marketing communications world. Throughout her marketing career, Melissa has written, edited and provided creative direction for websites, advertisements and all sorts of marketing materials. She’s also the author of the DIY Blog Critique eBook. Find Melissa on Twitter @momcommblog.

blog conferenceAmy Bradley-Hole wants every woman to be able to put her best foot forward. To that end, she quit her career doing marketing and branding for large corporations and small businesses in order to help teach those skills to bloggers and online entrepreneurs. You can find her talking business at Be Better, talking about life on her personal blog Freaky Perfect, and talking smack on Twitter as @amybhole. When not focused on working with clients and reinventing herself, Amy stays busy trying to perfect a smoky eye, chronicling her travels and driving her kids crazy.

tree, root, and twigStacey Nerdin can be described as silly, conservative, outgoing, introspective, and a bona fide nerd. All of which are completely fine with her, and completely true. Stacey stays on her toes raising five kids in the Houston metro area and nurturing her own thriving social media career as a blogger, speaker, and consultant. On her active, established mom blog, Tree, Root, and Twig, Stacey writes about her busy life as a mom of many, reflections on life and faith, product reviews, and more. Stacey is one of our fab winners from our BBC Speaker Contest! Find her on Twitter @StaceyNerdin.

Sway in Real LifeAllison’s background encompasses traditional media, consumer product goods marketing and online community creation. As the Managing Partner of Sway In Real Life, she works closely with internal company teams to identify and accomplish marketing and sponsorship objectives with a primary focus on ROI. In her past lives at CBS, Clear Channel, Anheuser Busch and BigTent her clients ranged from consumer product goods giants including McDonald’s, Procter &Gamble, Anheuser Busch and Johnson & Johnson to regional favorites and entrepreneurs such as Garageband.com. In addition to her work at Sway In Real Life, Allison blogs at bullandchina.wordpress.com. Find Allison on Twitter @aztalamantez.

Live. Learn. Launch.Shanell is a wife and mother to a brand new baby girl. She always had a passion for writing, but it was her passion for student involvement and engagement that led to her pursuit of her M.S. in Counseling with an emphasis in College Student Affairs. She currently serves as the Manager of Events for a Student Union at a university in California where she plans and executes campus events for students. In 2011, Shanell embarked on her own writing services business, Well Said LLC, and joined Tiffany and Francesca on their newest venture, Live.Learn.Launch, one day conferences for women graduating college. Connect with Shanell on Twitter @ShanellSaidit.

Sway GroupThe creation of Sway Group was a dream of Danielle’s for nearly two years. Most recently, Danielle was SVP, Director of Strategy at Edelman Digital in Chicago. In this role, she touched the campaigns and day-to-day social strategy of a variety of large brands including Johnson & Johnson, Quaker, Bush’s Beans, SC Johnson, Kraft Foods, Con Agra, True Value and Kimberly Clark. With a background encompassing copywriting, information architecture and social media strategy, Danielle’s experience is both varied and deep. In addition to her work at Sway Group, Danielle maintains a foodie/mom blog at www.foodmomiac.com and is a newfound, passionate convert to Fletcher Pilates and long distance running. Connect with Danielle on Twitter @foodmomiac.


Tiffany RomeroTiffany is a mom, wife, business owner, and entrepreneur who began blogging in March 2008. Tiffany is an active social media personality, with her own website, Tiffany Romero.com, and a social media consulting company, Launched Productions LLC. In 2009, Tiffany reaffirmed her passion for connecting women online by creating Bloggy Boot Camp, one day conferences for women in social media. Since that time, the sold out conference tour has garnered attention from The NY Times, The Huffington Post and ABC News. When not on-line, Tiffany keeps busy running a private summer camp with her husband in Los Angeles and working as the Vice President for the Western Association of Independent Camps. Connect with Tiffany on Twitter @TiffanyRom.

Francesca BanducciFrancesca is a mom to three children, ages 5, 3 and a one year old. Since starting her personal blog, Francesca has received multiple awards, including recognition by Nielsen Online as one of the Top 50 Power Moms. Her interest in marketing prompted her to earn her MBA in the field and launch her own consulting company, Social Girl Media. In 2010, Francesca joined Tiffany as a partner on both SITS and Bloggy Boot Camp. Prior to joining the on-line world, Francesca studied Viticulture & Enology at UC Davis, worked at various wineries in both California and Italy, and was employed for many years at the biotech company, Genentech. You can find Francesca on Twitter @SITSGirls.