The annual BlissDom conference is saying goodbye. After a 6-year run (2008-2013), there will be no more BlissDom conference. The bliss girls (Alli Worthington, Barbara Jones, and Paula Bruno) have posted a message on their website announcing the end.
What a wonderful ride it’s been for all of us! Way back in 2008 when we started BlissDom, we had no idea how thriving and successful it would become.
BlissDom’s success is because of one thing- YOU! The BlissDom family of attendees, community leaders, speakers, sponsors, entertainers and staff are the best. In our six years of BlissDom conferences, we saw businesses form, watched lives change, met a gazillion amazing people and we were wowed by the best speakers in the business.
It has been truly an amazing journey and we want you to know just how grateful we are that you are part of the BlissDom family. So because you’re family and all, we wanted to share the news that we will no longer be doing the BlissDom conference.
“Why in the world would they close BlissDom as an event?”
To be perfectly transparent, it’s just time. We came, we saw, we had a blast building it and now it’s time to move on and conquer new things. We’re so proud of what was accomplished with BlissDom but we mutually came to the decision that it was time to pivot and focus on new endeavors.
Read the full message at blissdomconference.com
The event was originally geared towards blogging, but had added the topics of leadership, writing, and photography in recent years.
As a multi-year attendee, the news of the BlissDom conference ending makes me sad. With 4 kids, packing up and heading to a conference is always a challenge. BlissDom was always worth it for me.
Like any conference, things could be done better — especially this last year — but at the end of the day, the BlissDom conference was a great event. Sure, there were great sessions, but at the heart of it, BlissDom was awesome at making people feel loved on and inspiring them to follow their bliss.
Thank you BlissDom for the last 6 years. You are responsible for creating many great memories, establishing friendships, and launching numerous bloggers in the blog-o-sphere. You will be missed, at least by this attendee.
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