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Parent Blogger Slummy Single Mummy joins FunFest 2016 line-up

Real name Joe Middleton, the popular blogger will deliver a talk on how others can grow audience and revenue by working with brands.
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Parent blogger Joe Middleton, the name behind the popular Slummy Single Mummy site, has signed to speak at this year’s FunFest Blogger Summit.

Middleton’s site has been running for over six years and features among the biggest blogs in the UK, covering family, lifestyle and travel topics.

She boasts a combined social media following of over 70,000 and has worked with numerous brands including Nickelodeon, Warner Bros., Disney Paris, Tesco and Cadbury.

Her presentation at FunFest will focus on how bloggers can grow their audience and their revenues by working with brands.

“I am absolutely thrilled to be speaking at the FunFest Blogger Summit,” said Middleton.

“I always love attending events like this and meeting other bloggers, and I get as much from it as anyone, if not more. It’s brilliant, of course , to be able to share my experience and expertise, but it’s always inspiring for me to soak up the enthusiasm and passion of new bloggers.”

The FunFest Blogger Summit 2016 will take place on Saturday, September 10th at Whittlebury Hall Hotel. Tickets to attend cost £39.99 and kids will be welcomed free of charge.

For more information, visit www.funfestuk.com

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