Our goal at each stop is to fill up your brain and feed your soul.

And our event in Temecula in southern California is no exception. It’s going to be spectacular.

Join us!

  • When: Saturday, May 30
  • Where: Temecula Civic Center, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California

Sessions

Here are just a few of the sessions we have planned that will literally change your world:

  • Building your Audience by Finding Your Voice
  • Work/Life “Balance”- Working Smarter, Not Harder
  • SEO {AKA: How to Make Google Love You.}
  • Working with Brands, Sponsored Opportunities and the Business of Blogging
  • Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, Facebok
  • And More…

Get Your Ticket Now!

Head over to Eventbrite and grab your ticket ASAP.

We are extending a special discount for alumni of Bloggy Boot Camp {those that paid for a ticket to a full day Bloggy Boot Camp or Women Get Social}. The coupon code is BBCAlumni, which is good for $25 off the ticket price.

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Speakers

More speakers will be added soon, so be sure to check back!

Lela Davidson: @leladavidson

Lela DavidsonLela is the award-winning author of Blacklisted from the PTA and Who Peed on My Yoga Mat? She speaks nationally about motherhood, marriage, marketing, media, women in leadership, and the challenges of being over-40 in a Botox world. Her work as a freelance journalist has appeared in print, web, video, and television. By day, Lela leads integrated marketing and media operations for Acumen Brands, a widely recognized leader in social commerce and parent company of Country Outfitter.

Amber Lappin: @AmberLappin

blogging conferenceAmber Lappin is an early childhood expert who recently began her own consulting/training business at Amberlappin.com. She works with parents, schools, and churches to improve quality of care for children and families across the country. Currently, she belongs to a mastermind group to develop her social media marketing strategy.

Jillian Riley: @lessonplanmom

blogging conferenceJillian Riley has been blogging since 2011 at A Mom with a Lesson Plan. As her kids have grown the topics on her site have changed slightly from learning activities to parenting/family but the goal of helping parents feel confident in this important role still shines through. Jillian has found that surrounding herself with strong, business minded bloggers has helped her remain focused and given her a place to celebrate successes.

Justine Howell: @thetypical_mom

blogging conferenceJustine Howell is a former Teacher and Mother to 3 girls. She began blogging about budget friendly activities for families in Southern California in 2012. Once a hobby, The Typical Mom has grown to become her full time job. She enjoys networking with local businesses, brands and collaborating with other bloggers.

Nicole Burkholder: @365ishPins

blogging conferenceNicole Burkholder started blogging at 365(ish) Days of Pinterest in 2012. After reaching 365 days in a row of pinning and posting, she began to shift her site from a hobby to a business by effectively networking online and in person. She now admins several Facebook groups and is an active mentor to other bloggers.

Megan Samarin: @mamabub

Megan SamarinMegan is a wife, mother, Dr. Pepper fiend and lip gloss addict living in Orange County. For seven years she has written the lifestyle blog Mama Bub where she shares her love of reading, travel and maxi dresses. She’s a homebody at heart, with a weakness for bread and candy. In her former life she was a middle school teacher, and loved it. She says in many ways it’s not so different from her current role as full time snack preparer for two small people.

Wendy Nielsen: @wendy_nielsen

Wendy NielsenFueled by Starbucks and unbridled enthusiasm, Wendy blogs about life after having cancer at Writing A New Story. She’s been featured in the O.C Register and O.C. Family Magazine and has written for outlets such as Penn Medicine, the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation and Good Enough Mother.

In 2014, Megan and Wendy made the leap to Youtube where they co-created the channel Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy. There they share their often opposing opinions on beauty, parenting, pop culture and the latest Oreo flavors. In just a few short months since launching their channel, they have had the opportunity to work with several national brands. In addition, Megan and Wendy were part of the inaugural team of content creators on the SheSpeaks TV YouTube channel.

Tiffany Romero: @TiffanyRom

blog conferenceTiffany is a mom, wife, business owner, and entrepreneur who began blogging in March 2008. Just a few months after starting her personal blog, she recognized the need for a blogger-based community and created www.thesitsgirls.com. Now 75,000 members strong and growing, The SITS Girls is a cornerstone in the blogging world offering everything from articles on education, recipes, and interviews with women influencers. Tiffany was also the driving force behind launching Bloggy Boot Camp, Sway Group’s official blogging conference. In 2009, Tiffany saw the need for an affordable one day event for women in social media, and created a educational/networking “boot camp” tour that quickly caught attention from Fast Company, 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 shuttling her tween son to and from baseball practice.

Francesca Banducci: @FranBanducci

conference for womenPrior to Sway’s acquisition of The SITS Girls, Francesca was instrumental in transforming the community into the largest and most influential network for women bloggers. As COO, she oversees all operations for Sway Group. Francesca’s passion for creative and effective marketing prompted her to earn her MBA in the field in 2009 and ultimately led to numerous campaigns with companies ranging from P&G to BestBuy to Walgreens to Whirlpool. Francesca was recognized as a leader early in her blogging career, snagging multiple awards, including recognition by Nielsen Online as one of the Top 50 Power Moms. Prior to joining the online world, Francesca studied Viticulture & Enology at UC Davis, worked at various wineries in both California and Italy, and was employed at the biotech company Genentech.

Danielle Wiley: @foodmomiac

conference for womenDanielle has been successfully driving brands forward since 1995. Her intimate knowledge of social media strategy, trend watching, and influencer outreach stem from years of working with some of the nation’s top corporations and brands. Recognizing a market for connecting brands with the bloggers who directly influence their consumers, she created Sway Group in June 2011.

Allison Talamantez: @AZTalamantez

blogging conferenceAllison Talamantez has a background encompassing traditional media, consumer product goods marketing and online community creation. At Sway, Allison oversees our business development functions. She works closely with internal company teams to identify and accomplish marketing and sponsorship objectives with a primary focus on ROI.

Eventbrite - Bloggy Boot Camp, So Cal {Temecula!}