|Panel session from #AWBU #foodiefriday2012|
Ever thought about becoming a food blogger?
Have you been kicking around the idea of starting your own blog but not sure where to start?
Have you been thinking, “hey, I’m a really good cook/baker/reviewer/foodie/eater and I should share what I know with others?”
Okay, your first step is to surround yourself with seasoned food and lifestyle bloggers and jump-start your idea. One way to get started is to attend a food blog conference.
You’re in luck.
Northwest Arkansas Community College (NWACC) in Bentonville.
That’s right, a food blogging conference in our very own backyard!
The cost is extremely affordable at $40 per person and takes place from noon until 5pm but you have act fact because registration ends on Sunday.
If you are worried that you have not even figured out what to call your food blog or that you are not a woman, don’t fret, because those are not prerequisites. All you need to do is sign up and come with the expectation of learning a few tricks of the trade and getting started on building your community.
Will you come join us?
Foodie Friday Agenda Highlights
Sponsored by TasteArkansas.com
Executive Chef Matt McClure, The Hive in Bentonville, will speak about his passion related to“Arkansas Bounty” and preparing dishes with ingredients found locally
Heather Disarro, Owner of Heather’s Dish in Little Rock, will speak about Creative Food Photography: Branding Yourself with Gorgeously Designed Food Photos (Interactive)
Sponsored by Great Day Farms
Jennifer Watts, Executive Director of Cobblestone Project in Fayetteville, will speak about Cultivating a Community Without Need
Ozark Beer Company of Rogers and The Farmer’s Table Café of Fayetteville, both Cobblestone partners and supporters, will be providing Foodie Friday attendees varied samples of the foods to be served at Harvest Party.
Hope to see (and meet) you there.
One more thing… if you really want to get full blogging exposure, sign up for the entire weekend of #AWBU2014. Read about the full agenda here and then you may have to fret about which sessions to attend.
Eat well, my friends. Eat well.