Blogtacular is the place for people whose hearts beat with creativity to come together to meet, share and inspire. This is a day for people who create vibrant and original content to discuss their work, fill their minds with new ideas and to collaborate with fellow bloggers and indie business owners. No matter what you do online; if you love great quality content and beautiful design you’ll find yourself at home at Blogtacular.
Who Can Come?
Blogtacular is open to bloggers from all niches along with small, indie business owners. Whether you have been blogging for months or years you will find a heap of inspiration and new ideas. You might even be getting ready to launch something and want an injection of inspiration to help you on your way. Blogtacular is the place to fuel your creativity and take your online profile further.
I work in PR / for a brand, how can I get involved?
If you are a brand or a PR, looking to create meaningful relationships with bloggers, we’d love to have you! We offer brand tickets for professionals who wish to attend. There are numerous ways your company can get involved, visit our sponsor page to get in touch.
Is Blogtacular aimed at a particular niche?
Blogtacular is for everyone who identifies as a creative online. If you strive to fill your site with beautiful imagery, stellar content and fresh ideas then we’re putting on the show of your dreams.
Design, photography, interiors, video, food, craft, fashion, beauty, personal, lifestyle, business, art, technology – we’re talking about the themes which drive every blog. Check out our schedule for an overview of last year’s content.
Is this a women only event?
No, Blogtacular is an inclusive event. Men may be in a minority here but that only makes you more special.
Do you offer carer tickets?
Yes, please get in touch and we will tell you how to purchase a discounted ticket.
Will you launch a blogging awards?
No, Blogtacular is all about community, building each other up and celebrating what we all do well. Competition isn’t part of our mission.
I want to tell everyone about Blogtacular!
Thank you! We have badges for your blog. Whether you’re speaking, attending or just want to share the love and spread the word visit our goodies page to grab a code.
If you would like to interview Kat please get in touch and we will get you booked in.
Can I suggest a speaker or session?
Speaker applications are open until January 31st. We’re always open to suggestions but please direct the speaker to apply rather than applying on their behalf.
Where is the event?
1st Floor, 200 Aldersgate, St Paul’s, London, EC1A 4HD.
Closest tube stations: St Paul’s & Barbican (City Thames Link, Moorgate and Bank are also nearby – always check for engineering works!).
Where should I stay?
Being a central London event you have are able to choose from the wide range of hotels on offer. We recommend staying close to the Central Line and within a short ride of St Paul’s.
I know the photowalk is the only session which can be pre-booked – how do I get on it?
We want to make sure all ticket holders have an equal chance to attend this session. In mid-May all ticket holders will be given one week to register their interest for the walk. We will then allocate spots on a random basis.
This allows us to manage the logistics of the walk while still giving the most people possible a fair chance at attending the session.
The photowalk will take place on Friday afternoon before a Friday evening social so be sure to factor in arriving on Friday if you’re hoping to get on the walk.
I have a ticket but can’t attend, what should I do?
Tickets are non-refundable. You are able to transfer full priced tickets to another person until 1st May 2017. You will be charged a £30 admin fee to complete the transfer. Please get in touch via the contact page.
You’ll find answers to more ticket questions on the tickets page.
GET IN TOUCH
We would love to hear from you. Tell us what you’re thinking, ask questions or just say hello. You might find the answer to your question on our FAQ page so be sure to check there first.
Speaker applications must go through the application process. Any application made without the full requirements will not be considered.