I visited the first Blogger Meet up last week in Cape Town and I admit it was a fun event.
I expected lots of Geeks, Nerds and other people from the web and media scene in Cape Town, like at the Silicon Cape Event. Man, was I wrong!
It seems that the average Cape Town Blogger is 20 something, female and good looking. What a nice surprise and what a vibe at the event.
I had the feeling that most bloggers either have choosen food or fashion as their topic.
Kodak sponsored the event with a lucky draw. You can look up photos of Cape Town bloggers event here.
Thanks to the organizers and please more events like this 😉
And a bit of Link Love to all the attending bloggers below (we all can use backlinks, can´t we?)
The Fashion Library – Starting On Saturdays – Social Media Dialogue – The Cat and the Fox – Galaxy of Gaby – The Jolly Rodger – Chasing Friday – Till Divorce Do us Part – Darling Claire – Tails of a Mermaid – Bizxnet – Gio Posterous – Robyn Hobson – We Love Pictures – Raising Men – Simple Girl Cape Town – Beach Bum – This Jen – Fear of Tuna – I’m Just Saying – Alpaca Princess – Coco The Blog – Vintage Vixen – Best of Cape Town – Kiss Blush And Tell – Coffee Rings and Other Things – Bobbylicious – Six Ways Stationery – Bangers And Nash – Meiring Meanderings – We Are Chocolate Cake – Agony Bette – 100% Human with Hair – The Reluctant Mom – Chicken Dee – Christie Tayler – Kambabe’s Thoughts – The Tailored Life – Leaine’s Kitchen – Old Street – The Lovely Ones – Time and a Few Moths – Bake Love Not War – I Shot Images – Bow Peep – Neil Anthony – Section 8 – Tiny Toes – Live Cape Town – Scared Mom – Lechelle Taylor – Squid Squirts – Ohemgee – Cinder and Skylark – Proper South – Richard Wooding – Mikate Komedia – Wots For Lunch – Faeron Wheeler – Love Made Me Do It – Cape Town Active – Fashion Insider – Mstaualaing – Diasy Theory – Sharman and Hobbo – Pessimis – 36 Boutiques – Being Brazen – Dressed By Style – Patts in the Cape – Cape Town Candy – Double Take – Trend Forecaster – Heinke Kriel – Food Blog Cape Town
It’s Your Turn
Were you there? Did you like it? Share your experience, ideas and insights in the comments box below.