So Fab On The Road Comes to Minneapolis! | STACIE RAYE

So Fab On The Road Comes to Minneapolis!

Thank you to Social Fabric for the discounted ticket in exchange of a blog post. Opinions are always my own. #CollectiveBias #SoFabUOTR


To all my Minnesota blogging peeps, you don't want to miss this blogging conference. So Fab On The Road is coming to Minneapolis August 29th and I'm so excited about attending!

For seven years, I have been typing away and though I have a few years under my belt, I still feel that it is extremely important to stay educated and informed about blogging. So much has changed since 2008. I make it a point to attend at least one blogging conference a year because you're never to old or too seasoned to learn something new.

About the Conference 

SoFabU on the Road is a blogging event that allows influencers to take advantage of educational opportunities that will help set them apart from the rest. It covers hands-on, interactive sessions for influencers to implement what they're learning on the spot. Sessions are paired with fun city-specific adventures where attendees get to practice their newly learned skills. You don't have to be a Collective Bias member to attend either. Events are open to all bloggers and influencers! SFU Minneapolis will be held at the Mall of America on August 29th registration starting from 8:30am to 9:00am. See more of the agenda here.

Keynote Speaker:  Marybeth Hamilton & Sarah Mock


From Part-Time to Professional Blogger: Mastering Monetization and Maximizing Your Income 
It’s no secret that there’s money to be made in blogging, and even the methods for how to make that money aren’t a secret. A single Google search for “how to make money blogging” returns over 26 million hits! Here’s the big question we’re going to answer: How can YOU make more money blogging? As authentic content creators we care about our readers, which makes finding and implementing the right monetization methods especially important. Whether you’ve been blogging for six months or six years, everyone has the ability to create a successful, profitable blog without sacrificing authenticity or integrity.

What to expect

As an attendee, you can expect to walk away with a solid plan for turning your blog into a successful business. Some of the topics that will be covered are:
  • Why every blogger should be making money.
  • How to find monetization methods that fit your blog and your audience.
  • The specific areas of your blog that limit your potential for profit.
  • Using SEO and social media to increase your traffic and increase your income.
  • How to manage your time and focus on what’s important.
  • What you need to know about the business of blogging.





Collective Bias® is the only shopper social media company that solves shopper marketing problems by weaving together organic social content with engaging, real-life stories to generate millions of impressions, increased share of voice, SEO and retail sales for brands and retailers. Top brands such as Tyson, NestlĂ© and Duane Reade rely on Collective Bias to sell their stories socially. Based in Bentonville, Arkansas, with satellite offices in New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Cincinnati and London, Collective Bias was named one of America’s 25 Most Promising Companies by Forbes and a part of the Inc. 5000.
Social Fabric® is Collective Bias’ proprietary community of nearly 3,000 shopping-focused influencers with an aggregate multichannel reach in excess of 130 million.
For more information, please visit Collectivebias.com or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Shout out to National Sponsors Muller, Kraft, Mitsubishi, Johnny Rockets, iBlog magazine. 

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26 comments

  1. Wow, I am excited for you. Don't forget to share your experience with us .

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  2. This sounds amazing. I have not gone to a blogger conference just yet.

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  3. This sounds pretty awesome. I would consider going to something like this. Can't wait to hear how it went from you.

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    1. I can't wait to share all the deets with you all!

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  4. Please tell us all about it. Have a great time!

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  5. I can't make it to Minneapolis but I agree with you about the importance of attending a conference. Last year I went to Bloggy Moms in Ohio and I learned so much that has really helped me to grown over this last year.

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    1. I think every blogger should attend at least one blogging conference in their lifetime. It's worth it.

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  6. I need to get myself out to a blogging conference. So glad you are getting this opportunity, again!

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    1. Thanks. This will be my first So Fab conference and I'm looking forward to it.

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  7. Will So Fab be coming to the South anytime soon?

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    1. Click the link to see the tour dates. I'm sure there will be a conference near you.

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  8. Sounds wonderful. Share what you learn during the conference.

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    1. I'll be sure to do a re-cap just for you! ;)

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  9. So Fab is coming to Atlanta and I'm still debating on if I should go. #ProductReviewParty

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    1. You've been to a lot of conferences so I know how you feel. If you want to know more about what they are looking for, you should go.

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  10. Yes, earning money with a blog isn't too hard, however, it has to fit your niche and be something that you are comfortable in doing, otherwise, frustration seeps in. I can't wait to read all about your adventures and tips from the conference. #ProductReviewParty

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  11. I really want to go but it's the weekend of our anniversary and the hubby has plans. I will live through your post thought! #productreviewparty

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    1. This is the weekend of my anniversary too! How funny is that? We're going to make due though.

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  12. I would LOVE to go to this but I just can't right now. Have fun girl! I am excited for YOU :-)

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  13. I had never heard of this conference before, but you can never go wrong with monetization! Would love to hear what your takeaways are from the conference and will also add it to my calendar for next year.

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  14. I have yet to go to a blogging conference! I need to check into seeing if anything is popping up near St. Louis. Have fun, Stacie! I'm sure you'll blog about it ;)

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  15. I wish I could go! I can't wait to hear how it was for you!

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