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Financial Blogger Conference 2011: We'll Be There!

2011 Financial Blogger ConferenceWe're very excited to be attending the Financial Blogger Conference 2011 in Chicago, IL. This conference will be held at the Chicago Mariott Schaumburg from September 30 (registration and welcome) to October 2, 2011 and will have over 200 financial bloggers. This event is now SOLD OUT, so we hope to see those of you who already have tickets there!

We will not have a booth, like we did at BlogHer11, but we will be participating in the networking events and panels, so feel free to have a chat with us!

We're especially excited to hear keynote speaker, Ramit Sethi, finance and entrepreneurial blogger and author of I Will Teach You To Be Rich, as well as Greg Go, co-founder of Wise Bread. Definitely check out these two speakers if you can.

We're also looking forward to to seeing Linsey Knerl, Julia Scott and Adam Baker and to meet with many of you to to discuss what we've learned.

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We'd love your input: What do you think makes a successful blog? Financial, or otherwise. Leave a comment below to share your thoughts.

About the Author: Courtney Sims

An admitted Facebook and Pinterest addict, Courtney is the social media fanatic at BradsDeals. When she isn't posting deals for the Facebook world to see, she is usually spoiling her dog, cooking for her blog or trying to see how much mac and cheese she can consume in one sitting.

2 Responses to “Financial Blogger Conference 2011: We'll Be There!”

  1. Linsey Knerl says:

    Can’t wait to see you, too! This conference is LONG overdue ;)

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