Brand or business name:
Help Me To Save
What is the blogger assignment?:
Attending the Write on Finance Blog Up in Leeds, Yorkshire, England over the weekend 22-23 September 2012. You’ll have the opportunity to network with other bloggers and meet people working in the industry. There will be speakers, panel discussions, workshops and plenty of time for networking.
Tickets for independent personal finance bloggers cost £20 plus eventbrite fee but if you’d like to attend, I can email you a code for a half price ticket.
What type of blogs are you looking for?:
Personal finance blogs
Money saving blogs
Preferred geographic location of the blogger:
How might you compensate the blogger?
Be entered into a prize draw
How else might you compensate the blogger?
UK independent personal finance bloggers registering for a ticket by 15 July 2012 will be entered in the prize draw to win a free ticket to the FInCon event in the US (costs $149) and £400 towards their flights.
Anyone registering for a ticket by 15 July will be entered in the prize draw to win a one night hotel stay for two guests in Leeds on Saturday 22 July.
Assignment close date:
15 July 2012
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