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Following the success of the sold‐out B​LOGGERCONF last November 2015 in the Marker Hotel, BLOGGERCONF​ is returning to Dublin on May 21st 2016.

The event, which is brought to you by Emma O’Farrell of EOF Media, is designed to mark the increasing importance and role of Bloggers and Digital Influencers in Ireland and brings brands together with bloggers, vloggers and social media users to address digital engagement strategies, community management and the key challenges facing those wishing to grow and engage audiences online.

Presenter, stylist and “Snapchat Superstar” James Butler will return to MC B​LOGGERCONF in May. The initial confirmed lineup includes speakers such as Rosemary McCabe, Sinead Keavey of William Fry, Ireland’s leading law firm and the world’s largest professional network on the internet, LinkedIn will conduct a masterclass on “Building your professional brand online”.

Many issues that current bloggers, vloggers and digital influencers face today will be discussed in depth. Orla Twomey Chief Executive of the ASAI will also speak about the recent developments regarding the ASAI and the challenge of regulating and introducing transparency amongst the blogging community’s key influencers.

BLOGGERCONF gives individuals, startups, small businesses and digenous and global brands an great opportunity to network and potentially collaborate. A range of speakers, industry professionals, top bloggers and digital influencers will offer attendees valuable insights, knowledge and skills for the Blogosphere.

Many more speakers and topics will be announced in the coming weeks. A link will be available on www.BLOGGERCONF.com and Eventbrite to purchase tickets from Monday 8th of February 2016.

John Reilly

About John Reilly

John is Founder and Editor-in-Chief of TheEffect.Net. His favourite gaming series is Uncharted and his favourite film is Interstellar. He is also known to quote 'Father Ted' and Keith Lemon more than is normal. John@theeffect.net

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