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So Fab U On the Road Atlanta

One of the questions I’m asked most about my life and career post-TV, is how do I make a living as a blogger? I wish it was a simple answer. It’s pretty complicated and fun and ever-changing. I’ve invested a lot in my blogging career: equipment, graphics and web design, hosting and email accounts, and most importantly – blogging events. In fact, I am the Atlanta Ambassador for So Fab U On the Road (OTR) Atlanta on September 19, 2015. I am compensated for my participation and speaking at the event. Social Fabric is the community brand of Collective Bias, a social shopper agency that connects bloggers with brands like Walmart, Tyson Foods, Coca-Cola for sponsored campaigns. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Collective Bias for about three years now.  If you’re a blogger or thinking about starting a blog, you should stop what you’re doing and join Social Fabric for consideration, then see how you can connect with them even more when So Fab U OTR comes to Atlanta.

VIDEO: What is SO Fab U On the Road Atlanta?


I’m Presenting on Video Blogging

As a former news anchor and reporter, I love video blogging! Although short Vine videos (six seconds) and Instagram videos (15 seconds) are all the rage – nothing beats the power of YouTube videos. Did you know that YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world behind its owner Google? It’s also an amazing way to drive traffic from your YouTube video to your blog with optimized use of the description box. I’ll go over all of that at So Fab U On the Road Atlanta. I’m also picking one attendee to work one-on-one with me to turn their most popular blog post into a video.

Summer Davis (@DirtyFloorDiary) is presenting on your authentic voice and building a community, while Rebecca Parsons (@RebeccaEParsons) will explain storytelling and your passion.

Nathan Engels will be our guide for the Afternoon Adventure with a focus on photography, lighting and recipes.

Register for So Fab U on the Road Atlanta

Early bird registration ($49) for Social Fabric Members ends August 19, 2015 as long as you agree to write a blog post before the event

Early registration ($99) for non-Social Fabric Member is open through August 19, 2015, then standard pricing is $99 – $149 for non-members.

Your event registration includes access to the breakfast, lunch, an Afternoon Adventure downtown and the Happy Hour event to wrap up the evening.


Join us for the #SoFabUOTR Twitter Party Tuesday, September 1st at 1 p.m. We will answer your questions about the event and giveaway prizes to help you attending, including a gas card, gift cards and four (4) passes to the conference.

Traveling to SO Fab U Atlanta

If you live in the Atlanta-area, I highly recommend that you take MARTA public transportation to the Phillips Arena/GWCC/CNN Center stop and walk two blocks to the Embassy Suites. Downtown parking is a headache depending on whether there’s a game, event or concert. The Embassy Suites offers valet parking for $32 for the day. You can also find parking garages downtown.

Embassy Suites Downtown Atlanta
The Embassy Suites Hotel Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park is adjacent to the Georgia Aquarium and across the street from the Georgia World Congress Center. Every Embassy Suites stay includes two-room suites, complimentary drinks and free made-to-order breakfast. The nightly rate for So Fab attendees is $187 per night.
Embassy Suites Room

Comment below: What are you burning questions about blogging?  What would you like to learn in Atlanta? Have you attended any of the So Fab U On the Road events in other cities?

About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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  1. Ah so excited for SoFab OTR! Can’t wait to hear you speak!

  2. This is so exciting! Atlanta is not too far from me so I may try to come! I have loved working with SoFab!

  3. This sounds like it will be a great event! Since I stay in the Atlanta area I hope I’ll be able to attend.

  4. I’m jealous! Really, this looks like such a great conference…and I’m only um, 10 hours away. I am seriously considering it!

  5. I missed the one in Dallas, but this seems like a great event!

  6. Leigh Anne Borders

    I am looking forward to attending my first blogging conference! I hope to meet you when I am there.

  7. Erica @ The Crumby Cupcake

    I hate that I have to miss it! I’ll be in Atlanta the week prior, but I can’t get time off work for the conference! I’ll have to live vicariously through you!!!

  8. Lindsey @ Redhead Baby Mama

    I’ll be there – ready to hear you speak. Very exciting!! (I’ll be bringing Ellie with me, too!)

  9. This sounds like an amazing event. I would love to learn more about video blogging, I definitely need to practice more so that I become more comfortable in front of the camera

  10. Monica

    Loved the video! I look forward to meeting you in Atlanta!