About Carolina Blogging
Welcome to Carolina Blogging, where sweet tea and great blogs are served daily. Carolina Blogging was founded in 2014 by two bloggers who saw a need to give North and South Carolina entrepreneurs a place to meet and help each other. Heather Caudill and Sarah Eckert saw an opportunity to turn their vision in to a reality. You can find posts from our bloggers on great southern food, festivals and events across North and South Carolina. Our members talk about everything from faith, fashion, food, business and even home schooling.
By finding a way to blend our members blog posts in to our collective vision of sharing why our states are great, Carolina Blogging is helping folks outside of North and South Carolina see the many reasons why the places we call “home” are great places to visit!
Here’s more about our history…
In March of 2015 we hosted our first ever bloggers conference at the beautiful Gastonia Conference Center in Gastonia, NC.
Carolina Blogging is a group of like-minded individuals who strive to help one another. – Stephanie Bruce, gatheredinthekitchen.com
Next, we started a blogger/brand outreach event and sent one of our members to experience Taste of the Carolinas at Carowinds. Read more about it in the link below.
I found a community of bloggers who are as interested in helping out each other as they are in growing their own brands. The Carolina Blogging community has been about education, enrichment and support. I’ve learned more in the past year than I did blogging on my own for many years. – George Taylor, imaginerding.com
Then we started building our team and brainstorming new ways to help entrepreneurs build their businesses.
Carolina Blogging is not only a group of bloggers but it is like a family. We come together to share ideas and ask questions without any fear of being ridiculed. It is not only about networking but also about making sure that each member is living up to their full potential. What a nice change in the blogging world where bloggers aren’t afraid to share ideas. – Melissa Vera, adventuresfrugalmom.com
And we grew again, picking up new things to talk about in North and South Carolina!
I love the tight-knit community of bloggers at Carolina Blogging. It’s great having a support group of like-minded professionals to learn from, share joys and trials with, and meet up with. I’ve made some great friendships here! – Deana Hipwell, thefrugalhomeschoolingmom.com