After BlogHer '12 -- What You're Tweeting!

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Hopefully you have made your way home -- safely -- from BlogHer '12 and have started the re-entry process into your daily life. I know a large number of you already have, because you're tweeting about what you did, what you liked, what you didn't like, what you learned, and what you've written since the conference. You guys are awesome and we love it all. Today we decided to give readers a broad twitter overview of what people are tweeting since the conference ended.

Some were funny.

Some thanked the fabulous Hilton.

Many talked about being inspired after having learned something during the conference.

And some talked about the post-conference write-up posts that everyone is writing as we speak.

Well, Elaine, I'm glad you asked that, because we as a staff are reading every single post you're writing out there right now. Or will in the days and weeks and months to come. We love to read your posts because it helps us reevaluate and shape next year's conference experience. That said, we also recognize that you want to read other posts too, so we do a big ole round-up of peoples' posts. We're scouring the web for them now, so feel free to share your link here or come back on Thursday when we share a bunch in a post and ask readers to leave their links in the comments on that one. Either way, we feel the same way you do: We want to read about others' experiences, to learn what we might have missed and to support you in your new blogging endeavors.

As we all begin to wind down from the conference high, I encourage you to share your thoughts, whether on twitter or your blog or even here on BlogHer.com. I can assure you that we are listening, because what you have to say is important.

 

Family/Moms & Events Section Editor Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) blogs at Stop, Drop and Blog and The Chronicles of Munchkin Land.

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