With only 10 days to go until the second inaugural , we wanted to take the time to network and engage directly with our Blogging audience online before we meet face to face.  for another 7 days and the awards evening is looking to be a sell out with only 20 tickets remaining for bloggers and brands.

There will be 350 attendees who will experience how we like to provide not only an event for our attendees, but a true experience with great networking ice breakers during the evening. If you are not already aware, the UK Blog Awards 2015 is Powered by,  and the evening will be transformed to Wonderland with the super talented .

The questions for #BlogHour which will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 7th April 2015from 9-10pm will include questions to entice discussion and debate around networking, the Bloggers vs Journalist debate and we will look at what Bloggers like to get when they attend events. We are looking forward to meeting with our fellow shortlisted candidates and bloggers on the 17th April, to put that all important ‘face to a name’ from behind their social media accounts, as well as stepping away from our virtual profile to engage in real time conversation.

It is really important to maintain face to face engagement, not only for your own sanity but for sharing good practice and collaborating between different industries. We hope you can join us for #BlogHour tomorrow, please see below the questions in preparation for the hour, we hope you like them!

Q1. What questions do you use at events for ice breaking? #BlogHour

Q2. Define the difference between a Blogger and a Journalist? #BlogHour

Q3. When you attend an event, do you go with event aims? What do you look to achieve from events? #BlogHour

Q4. If you had a Blog advisor what would be the first question you would ask? #BlogHour

Q5. There are lots of Blogging and Marketing platforms out there. Who are your favourite and why? #BlogHour

Q6. If you get nervous when attending events, how do you overcome your nerves, any tips? #BlogHour

If you have never taken part in #BlogHour before and want to know more about how it works our may be helpful.

Don’t forget to use the #BlogHour hashtag!

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