Megan Myers

https://www.mediavine.com/ megan@mediavine.com

Megan Myers is the Mediavine events organizer. She loves spreadsheets, binders with lots of tabs, and swag.

While we work diligently to help build sustainable businesses for content creators each day, many of us here at Mediavine harbor secret desires to embrace all things DIY and crafty. Earlier this summer, we indulged in our inner glue-gun dreams when we headed to Charleston for the Haven Conference. We had our first-ever Mediavine conference in Charleston in 2017 and fell in love with the city, so we couldn’t wait to return to this beautiful (sweaty) city. Now in its seventh year, Haven is a conference for DIY and decorating professionals. There were plenty of hands-on experiences for crafters, builders, and organizers, as well as more traditional blogger sessions covering everything from Instagram to managing workflow.   The event kicked off with an evening party on the patio, where attendees sipped on featured drinks and select bites. Charleston’s summer heat was in full swing, and […]

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When we last left you, MVCon18 day 1 was in the books, leaving our heads, hearts and bellies full of learning, love and tasty food and drink. What went where? You decide! On Friday morning, we headed back to the Google campus for another day of conference excitement. Google has been working to have sites focus on mobile functions, so we were lucky to have Cheney Tsai, Google Mobile Solutions Consultant, kick off our day with a session on mobile user experience. The bottom line? Make sure you think about making your sites fast and efficient in addition to beautiful! Next up was Joanne Ozug of Fifteen Spatulas, who delivered a killer presentation on getting yourself ready to be in front of the camera. Most of us are used to being behind it, but as blogs grow, so does the demand for an authority on […]

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It’s been three weeks since our second annual Mediavine Publishers Conference, and we’re still California dreamin’. The conference is our favorite event of the year (not that we’re biased or anything) and we’re so grateful we were able to spend a few days with so many amazing publishers! While the weather didn’t present quite as many challenges as our Charleston conference, we were determined not to let the chilly temperatures and rain get us down. Our conference kicked off with a reception at San Jose’s new San Pedro Square Market. This “market” is really a food hall, filled with vendors of all cuisines. Attendees enjoyed street tacos from Loteria Taco Bar and fantastic ice creams from the Treatbot truck, as well as our signature cocktail, the Teal Traffic Driver! And many shenanigans were captured in the photo booth, sponsored by GumGum. Sessions started Thursday morning […]

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