Blogomanija.Me Wants to Be The Largest Blogging Conference in Southeastern Europe!

Ever since the widespread of the Internet in Serbia, people have been taking up on blogging. It’s a simple and easy medim which does not get subjected to censorship and allows everybody to openly express their thoughts about the various subjects. Serbia’s blogosphere has been very productive over the past years resulting in a large number of blog posts – from arts and crafts all the way to raising an awareness for breast cancer.

That’s where comes in. It’s a conference which is being held in the Falkensteiner hotel on Stara Planina Mountain from December 7th – 9th. Participants will have an exclusive opportunity to listen some of the Serbia’s finest bloggers and to indulge in discussions with them on topics ranging from design, marketing, media, social care, DIY and etc. They will be able to hear what it’s like for bloggers to connect with PR professionals and media and what is like to write when you don’t have to abide by the rules.

Anita Pratljačić (@Constrictoria), an avid blogger says:

“Blogomanija is very important to me because it will give me an opportunity to meet all the bloggers offline and to connect with them so that we could take action in the near future and possibly come up with something that will benefit this society.”

Zoran Torbica (@torbica) who is one of the organizers of, says that this conference is for all the bloggers and those who want to become a blogger in the near future. He continues by saying that the main purpose of this conference is to gather all the bloggers (both famous and those who are still unheard of) so that everybody could exchange their thoughts and opinions whilst learning something new and connecting with various people.

Torbica also states that the conference is absolutely free and adds that the organizers of Blogomanija are working closely with the Falkensteiner hotel management which has provided participants with a 15€ per night offer.

Interested participants can apply for right here today!


Marko Mudrinić

Marko is an undergraduate student based in Belgrade. Majoring in Journalism he's interested in digital publishing, startups and new technology. He currently writes for Balkan's leading Internet magazine Netokracija about local startups scene.

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