If you're looking for a new online platform for your business, or maybe just to share your feelings or interests with others, blogging may be the answer.
Renee Downs, program director for the upcoming BlogJam Atlantic event, says they see a wide range of ages who've taken an interest in this online platform.
"It's all ages," says Downs. "My son, who is 14, came along last year as a volunteer and his mind was blown."
Downs says the number of bloggers continues to rise across Atlantic Canada, for both business and personal reasons.
BlogJam Atlantic came up a few times today @PodcampHalifax which is why we're so happy to announce the date/location of this year's event!
You asked and we're delivering! We are excited to announce that BlogJam 2018 will take place in Moncton, NB on October 27-28. #PodCampHFX pic.twitter.com/IjhKpyf2F5
— BlogJam (@BlogJamAtlantic) January 29, 2018
"Our demographic seems to be largely female," she says. "We do get that small percentage of males, and we love it, but we're always open to having more of everyone, more voices come out."
The 4th annual BlogJam will be held in Moncton on Oct. 27 and 28.
It's the first time the event will be held in New Brunswick.