BlogHer '11 Conference Update: July 1, 2011

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Happy 4th of July weekend! Happy Canada Day, too! I hope everyone will enjoy a long weekend of family, fun and relaxation and of course of us in the USA, fireworks! But before I lose you to the long weekend, here are some updates for the upcoming BlogHer '11 and our other conferences.

BlogHer '11:

First and foremost, there is still time to register to attend BlogHer '11 and join all the fun in San Diego. Check out all we have to offer, including a packed-full agenda, sponsors who have big plans in store for you, AND amazing speakers!

However, if you have not booked your hotel rooms at either the Marriott Marquis & Marina or the Omni, I am sorry to say we have sold out of rooms at the BlogHer rate. For more information, you can check out our logistics page.

In addition to our speakers, sponsors and agenda, we have some other activities planned (drumroll, and in no particular order):

Speaking of BlogHer '11: Make sure you read all about our pre-conference, Pathfinder Day! Pathfinder Day is all about helping you dig deep and explore one of five different potential blogging paths. An all-day intensive, designed to accommodate only 40-50 attendees per path, you'll spend the morning in a fundamentals workshop, learning some real how-tos to progress down your chosen path. You'll spend the afternoon in discussion with two Pathfinders who have been down that path and want to share their stories, hear yours...and help you understand your next steps.

Read Elisa's post for more information and register today for this very special pre-BlogHer '11 day of learning!

Please note: Separate registration is required for Pathfinder Day.

And let's not forget BlogHer Handmade! Register today and join us as we blend our blogging family with that of the Creative Connection in September -- we expect it to be great fun and learning for all.

Here's to a fun and safe weekend!

Lori Luna
director of events

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