Connecting Via Conferencing: The Big List of Blogging Conferences to Attend in 2015

big list of blogging conferences

Happy Monday! And why yes that is an oxymoron. I am excited about Daylight Savings Time, however, even though it meant it was a wee bit difficult to get up today.

It’s been a while since I attended a blog conference but whether you are a blogging newbie or ninja, conferences are an excellent way to network with other bloggers (and in some instances, brands), educate yourself on new skills, and get empowered. The cost of tickets (and travel, lodging, etc.) are tax deductible so save all those receipts!

I’m bummed that I missed the first BAM Conference (Bloggers at Midlife) held this month at Opryland Hotel. I realized I need to put conference attending back on my radar.


Here is a list I’ve compiled of 2015 blogging conferences and events to help you plan out your year. And please feel free to leave a comment if you are aware of any additional conferences not listed below or if you’re planning to attend any of these conferences. While this list trends heavy toward women and mom bloggers, there are several such as WordCamp that will appeal to all bloggers, no matter your gender!

Tip: If you can’t attend a conference, follow along with the Tweets and other social media messaging via the official conference hashtag. Although not as beneficial as being an attendee, it’s still a great way to pick up some tips or discover new social media influencers.

We All Grow (Latina bloggers) February in LA (2016 location TBD)

Women’s Travel Fest February in San Francisco (this is a new conference and looks fantastic! 2016 location and dates TBA)

Bloggers at Midlife March in Nashville (2016 location TBD)

Simply Stylist – Multiple; Next is schedule for LA, March 28, 2015; Chicago, July 18, 2015; New York (TBA)

Texas Style Council– March 20-22

Craftcation  – March 26-29 in Ventura, CA

Go Blog Social Conference – April 3-4 in Kansas City, MO

SNAP! Conference – April 23-25 in Salt Lake City, UT

Mom 2.0 Summit Conference – April 29-May 1  in Scottsdale, AZ

Mom 2.0 Summit – April 29 – May 1 in Scottsdale, AZ

Camp Blogaway – May 1-3 in Angelus Oaks (Southern California)

International Biscuit Festival Southern Food Writing Conference May 14-16 in Knoxville

Internet Week New York – May 18-24 in NYC

Bloggy Boot Camp – May 30 in  Temecula, CA

Altitude Summit– June 9-12 in Salt Lake City

FitBloggin – June 25-28 in Denver

iRetreat – June 28-30 in New Orleans

Eat Write Retreat June 26-28 Chicago

Blogger Bash – July 16-17 NYC

BlogHer – July 16-18 in NYC

Haven – July 16-18 in Atlanta

Food and Wine Conference July 17-19 in Orlando

Travel Writers & Photographers Conference – September 18-20 in Seattle

International Food Bloggers Conference  – August 13-16 in Corte Madeira, CA (outside of San Francisco)

The Hello Sessions – October 9 in Portland, OR

BlogHer Food – November 6-7 in Chicago

WordCamp – March 14-15 in St. Louis; March 20-21 in Dayton; March 27-29 in Atlanta; March 28-29 WordCamp: Experienced Edition in Seattle; March 28-29 in San Diego; April 25-26 in Minneapolis; May 8-9 in North Canton; May 15-17 in Maine; May 29-31 in Miami; June 6-7 in Orange County

Camp Blogaway – May 1-3 in Southern California

LA Fashion Digital – May 7 LA

BlogU Conference – June 5-7 in Baltimore, MD

FitBloggin Conference – June 25-28 in Denver, CO

Blogger Bash – July 16-17 in NYC

Haven Conference – July 16-18 in Atlanta, GA

Type-A New York City Bootcamp August 1 in NYC

Blended Conference – September 18-19 Phoenix

Bloggy Moms – September 18-20 in Sandusky, OH

Type-A Parent – October 8-10 Atlanta

Allume – October 15-17 in Greenville, S.C.

Blogalicious – September 10 in Baltimore

BlogHer Food Conference – November 6-7 in Chicago

Blog Elevated – September 18-20 in Dallas


  1. Kelby Carr says:

    I would love if you’d consider including Type-A NYC and Type-A Annual. We also have an affiliate program if you’d like a commission for referring people who register. Let me know if you’d like more information or links. 🙂

    • Blonde Mom says:

      Most definitely Kelby and that’s a complete oversight by me! I know a ton of Nashville area bloggers who are huge fans of Type-A Annual!

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