There are a million and one benefits to becoming a Bloggy Boot Camp sponsor.
However, there is one reason that matters:
Women Support Brands That Support Women
The best way to build brand awareness and loyalty is to engage customers in relevant and compelling conversation. Our job at Bloggy Boot Camp is to enhance businesses’ marketing efforts by strategically leveraging our social media network of blogs, as well as Twitter and Facebook users.
Our bloggers and readers are the women and mothers that businesses today want to connect with. Becoming a Bloggy Bootcamp sponsor allows your company to enhance its marketing mix and to get its brand directly in front of this very influential group of women.
Interested in learning what past sponsors think about their experience at Bloggy Boot Camp? We’re happy to share!
2011 Tour Sponsor
What a great group of women! It’s very nice as the brand to be invited to participate and interact with the attendees as part of the program… (vs. being stuck at a booth!) Tiffany and Francesca run a great show and we are proud to be a part of it.
—Stephanie Goddard, Gold PR for Invisalign
2011 Party Sponsor
Mirassou Winery was a sponsor for the 2011 Bloggy Boot Camp tour and our experience working with Tiffany and Francesca was excellent. The opportunity to be one of only a handful of sponsors on the tour – and to network and share Mirassou wines with an intimate group of bloggers in each city – was extremely valuable. Through Bloggy Boot Camps, we’ve established relationships on behalf of Mirassou with many influential bloggers that will continue into the future.
—Liz Conant and Jenna Buhagiar, Fleishman-Hillard for Mirassou Winery
2011 Featured Sponsor
Bloggy Boot Camp has been one of the most rewarding sponsorships Collective Bias has utilized to-date because of the connections SITS Girls has helped us to create and nurture from all over the United States. Tiffany and Francesca have been nothing but gracious partners who are always there to help and foster new ideas to assist sponsor and attendees alike.
—Jerra Nalley, Collective Bias
To learn more about our tiered sponsorship options or to receive a media kit, head over to our Women Get Social site for businesses.
We look forward to partnering with you!