Is there a Sponsored Blogger Policy for Blogalicious Weekend?
We’re so glad you asked! In fact, we do have a policy for bloggers who are seeking brand sponsorship to attend the conference. To allow bloggers who may want or need to have their Blogalicious Weekend registration and trip expenses sponsored while ensuring that our Official Sponsors get their due, we have put together guidelines for bloggers seeking individual sponsorship to Blogalicious Weekend.
Admission to all conference sessions; Keynotes; Coffee Breaks; Cocktail Receptions; Friday and Saturday Evening Special Events; and Blogalicious Swag.
Who should attend?
Blogalicious Weekend is an event celebrating diversity among women in the blogosphere and social media. If that sounds like a great idea to you, then you should be there!
Who is invited?
Everyone is invited and welcome to Blogalicious Weekend. The conference is a celebration of diversity and we want women bloggers of all backgrounds participate. We have even had a handful of men attend Blogalicious Weekend and they had a blast! Still have concerns? Maybe this post will help.
What's the best airport to fly into for the conference?
Hartsfield International Airport is only 11 miles from The Hyatt Regency Atlanta. There are several forms of affordable transportation options available including MARTA, the City of Atlanta’s public rail system that travels to Peachtree Center Mall (adjacent to the Hyatt). Visit the Hyatt’s site for more info.
How do I book my hotel room?
The Hyatt Regency Atlanta has given Blogalicious attendees a special rate of $149/nt. We will post the custom reservations link as soon as it’s available. History has shown us that the room block sells out extremely fast, so make sure to book yours ASAP. You will be charged for one night’s room upon reserving.
Can I bring my child?
Yes! Children are welcome to accompany their parents to Blogalicious. We want the Weekend to be one that families can enjoy together. Stay tuned for details regarding childcare options. Of course, nursing mothers are welcome to bring their infants into the sessions.