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Saturday, September 28 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Dad Bloggers: They Aren't Just Mom Bloggers Without the Ovaries

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Daddy bloggers. It wasn’t that long ago that dads who blogged were something of an anomaly. Today, however, they are a visible entity in the parent blogging landscape contributing their voice to mainstream parenting publications and using their blogs to work with major brands on a regular basis. What is it, though, that makes daddy bloggers different from the moms? In this moderated panel discussion three long-time dad bloggers share their perspectives on how they differ from mommy bloggers and the effects of blogging on their personal lives.

Attendees will
• Gain an understanding of parent blogging from the dad’s perspective
• Learn how dads are working with brands through their blogs
• Discover how blogging has impacted men in their family relationships

Moderators
avatar for Ron Mattocks

Ron Mattocks

Director of Content Strategy, LyntonWeb
Ron Mattocks is a father of 5 and a content strategist at LyntonWeb. Most of his drivel can be found on his dad blog, Clark Kent's Lunchbox, or if you're really crazy you can read his book, Sugar Milk: What One Dad Drinks When He Can't Afford Vodka. He lives in Indiana with his wife, Ashley, who constantly makes fun of his love for Coldplay.

Speakers
avatar for Trey Burley

Trey Burley

President, Daddy Mojo
Trey is originally from Greensboro, NC and has lived in Atlanta since 1999. He received a degree in broadcasting from East Carolina University (go Pirates!) and worked for various radio stations and newspapers on the east coast after graduation. His broadcasting work took him to Walt Disney World where he was a character actor. After that he travelled the world, living in England and Italy where he worked for a radio station along the Riviera. In... Read More →
avatar for Frederick Goodall

Frederick Goodall

Mocha Dad
In 2008, Fred Goodall started Mocha Dad to chronicle his life as a father and to counter the negative stereotypes regarding fatherhood. He wanted people to get a first-hand account of a father who was intimately involved in his children’s lives. Now he uses the website to share parenting tips and help motivate other men to be more actively engaged and involved with their children, families, and communities. Goodall is a regular contributor to... Read More →
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Eric Payne

Senior Content Strategist, Moxie
As a content strategist, Eric Payne has worked on campaigns for numerous brands including Coca-Cola, Publix, Verizon and Georgia Pacific. Since 2008 he's been blogging about fatherhood, marriage and managing everything in between at MakesMeWannaHoller.com. He was named a Top 50 Dad Blogger by Cision Media in 2011 and was awarded "Top 50 Dad Blog" in 2011 and 2012 by Babble.com. He is the author of "DAD: As Easy As A, B, C!" and two other books... Read More →


Saturday September 28, 2013 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Grand Balllroom B Westin Buckhead Atlanta (Floor 4)

Attendees (18)