Blog Staycation - A virtual blog conference and retreat

Blog Staycation April 2016

It’s that time again…time for the next Blog Staycation!!!  We host the Blog Staycation a couple of times a year and let me just tell you…this virtual blog conference and retreat is one of my favorite weekends of the year.  I love taking time to invest in my blog…all without leaving my home (at least not further than the coffee shop on the corner by my house!) to network with other bloggers, cross items off my lengthy blogging to do list, and learn new blogging strategies to help me continue growing my blog.  You can sign up for the Staycation HERE.

Blog Staycation - A virtual blog conference and retreat
We launched the Staycation back in August of 2014 because while blog conferences are amazing it’s sometimes difficult to find the time to go away for a conference or to pull together the financial resources needed to attend.  Additionally, blog conferences are all about learning (which is awesome), but most of the time, they are not about doing.  So this virtual blog conference and retreat is designed to help you connect, learn and most importantly, take action on your blog.  And the best part is, the weekend is free!  If you’re interested in joining us for the next Staycation (April 28-May 1), you can sign up HERE and then you can look forward to your welcome email!

A few details: Since this is a virtual blog conference you’ll receive a daily email with helpful information and then you’ll have the chance to connect through Twitter parties, Facebook chats and NEW this time…mastermind groups!  There will also be giveaways during the weekend so you’ll have the chance to win tools for growing your blog.  Whether you are a brand new blogger (or haven’t even started your blog yet), the Blog Staycation is for YOU!

If you have any questions, leave them in the comments below and I’d love to hear in the comments if you sign up!


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