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We have a new post up at FABlogCon.com, please be sure to update your feed readers but in the meantime, here’s a link to the latest (including a video from last year’s event!): http://fablogcon.com/2014/04/2013-fablogcon-keynote-by-henry-ehrlich-one-more-speech-id-like-to-write-one-day/
We truly are still processing the experience but wanted to say a very big thank you to all of you on this day after the first Food Allergy Bloggers Conference! We’d love to gather posts about the conference in one … Continue reading
Final Panel Survey To better inform our panelists and the discussions we hope to have at the conference next month (how strange to write that!) there is a survey we’d love for members of the online food allergy community to … Continue reading
We’re excited to share this food allergy related fundraiser here in case any of you have considered ordering bakeware or the like from Pampered Chef as the holidays approach! 25% of your purchase will go to FARE. The steps are … Continue reading
We are so proud and appreciative that Robyn O’Brien, author of “The Unhealthy Truth” featured the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference in her latest post on her Prevention.com blog “Inspired Bites.” There are some incredible parents fighting to protect the health … Continue reading
We know you may be busy with back to school season but make sure you’re e-mailing us about dietary restrictions and any contact information you’d like us to share with attendees when you register! Don’t forget to share a Q&A … Continue reading
Hi Everyone! We’ve got our official speaker list finalized and will be posting it and the hour by hour agenda for the conference before the month is over. There will be a “blogging” track that covers things like monetizing, self-publishing, … Continue reading