Washingon, DC, January 28, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Blogger Week 2015 is a multicultural festival of bloggers, journalists and social media mavens with the purpose of providing an informative atmosphere for bloggers to network and share innovative ideas. Hosted by Culture The Web, Blogger Week™ features five days of online festivities and two days of in-person events from April 27th - May 2nd.
Activities include teleconferences, Google Hangouts, workshops, panels, and networking events. Blogger Week™ in-person events will be hosted in Washington, DC and surrounding areas. The Blogger Week Networking Mixer is May 1st and the Blogger Week UnConference is May 2nd.
The Blogger Week UnConference features discussions and breakout sessions to promote innovation, creativity and success for bloggers and social media mavens. Bloggers can submit session ideas at BloggerWeek.com.
Over 200 bloggers are expected to attend. Full event details are available at BloggerWeek.com (http://BloggerWeek.com)
and BloggerWeek.Eventbrite.com (http://BloggerWeek.Eventbrite.com). For information about becoming a Blogger Week sponsor, media partner or ambassador email info@BloggerWeek.com.
Black Bloggers Connect™ is the leading social network connecting Black bloggers and journalists nationwide. As an emerging leader in social media, Black Bloggers Connect™ has a following of over 7,500 bloggers. For 3 years the organization has been supporting bloggers by featuring new blogs, publishing blogging news, promoting contests and providing campaign opportunities.
Black Bloggers Connect™ and Blogger Week™ are owned and operated by Culture The Web.