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The First Kosher Food Bloggers Conference To Be Held November 12


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The first Kosher Food Blogger (KFB) Conference, coming to New York on November 12, 2012, is an event not to be missed. An all-star lineup of experts including our very own, Jamie Geller, are ready to show food bloggers, brands and foodies how to build a better brand, blog and audience and turn that passion into profit.

The KFB Conference brings together well-recognized food bloggers and professionals and makes them accessible to conference participants. Speakers are chosen for the experience and innovative thinking that they bring to the kosher food blogging community. The Conference programming is built around the topics that are crucial for building an education on social media, photography, writing, branding, marketing, and technology in our current environment.

The KFB Conference will feature an extraordinary lineup of experts in media, food journalism, marketing and other key disciplines.

Learn how to build your brand, the importance of food photography, and how to monetize your blog and brand.  If you are a food blogger or thinking about becoming one this is a must go to event.

Tickets are available at http://kosherfoodbloggerconference.eventbrite.com/. Early Bird Admission may be purchased until October 29, 2012.

For more information on the conference go to KosherFoodBloggers.com

The KFB Conference will be followed by a Social Media Dinner at Abigael’s co-hosted by SweetUp and KosherEye at 6:30 pm. An exclusive night for bloggers and social “foodies” to network and connect with brands, businesses, journalists and cooking personalities. For more information, email socialmediadinner@gmail.com.

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JoyofKosher.com is the number 1 kosher food and recipe website featuring Jamie Geller, cookbook authors, bloggers and chefs. With over 6,000 recipes there is always something new.




2 Responses to The First Kosher Food Bloggers Conference To Be Held November 12

  1. avatar says: ItaAriela

    Hi, I am thinking of starting a food blog but I am in Israel. How would I do this from afar?
    Thank you so much in advance.

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