What Twitter Took Away From BlogHer ’13
I blinked once and then BlogHer '13 was over. I don't know how every panel, every keynote, every workshop, every meal, every interaction, every party passed by so quickly, but here we are on Monday morning, trying to remember what we learned. I'm here to help, even though I'm clutching my cup of coffee closely. I'm bringing you links to liveblogs and relevant tweets today so you can check them out, refresh your mind and maybe learn something new. You're welcome!
Below you will find a majority of liveblogs accompanied with a tweet. Almost all liveblogs can be found via our VirtualCon, along with some early glimpses at photos from the event. If the one you're seeking isn't on this page or in the VirtualCon, it's one of the very few we had to grab an audio track to fix due to technical difficulties. It will be up soon -- as will our podcasts! Keep your eye out for those as well.
Let's jump into Day One now!
Essay writing: Know where you want to be published. Natl site, magazine, local paper, anthology... #bh13essay— Anita Sarah (@Anita_Sarah) July 26, 2013
If you're not using the plug in-- delete it. #bh13WPPlugins— janniaragon (@janniaragon) July 26, 2013
Great feminism; women wanting to uncomplicate a path to CS for girls at #BH13GirlsCode— Jo White (@Mediamum) July 26, 2013
Interest & Identity Roundtable: The UnMarketing Manifesto
Encourage parents to pick their heads up and see beyond boundaries of their own school districts #BH13FixEd— Michelle (@mamabook) July 26, 2013
It is up to you decide what public face you are putting on. #bh13anonymity— Danielle Barnsley (@danielleb_c) July 26, 2013
"Go home. It can wait until tomorrow." Keep your work-life balance actually balanced! #BH13WorkLife— Jessi Wohlwend (@PracticallyF) July 26, 2013
And to close out the official programming of Day One, we ended with the Voices of the Year Community Keynote with Queen Latifah:
And then we kicked off Day Two!
Be you - be your brand to the fullest. Authenticity is so important! #BH13LongTerm— Nicole Diaz (@TheFunthusiast) July 27, 2013
What defines blog success for me? Touching someone, making an impact, improving my writing. #BH13Unmarketing— Red Shutters (@redshutters) July 27, 2013
You can make your own opportunities regardless of stats! #BH13Balance— Erin Sipes (@mvemother) July 27, 2013
Be aware of eyelines for subject in video, use natural light (and augment as needed) & be aware of spacing (1/3 rule) #BH13Video101— lindsaylavine (@lindsaylavine) July 27, 2013
In the US it should take 2 years to get you non profit off the ground. #BH13AdHoc— janniaragon (@janniaragon) July 27, 2013
It's not about rewriting history - it's about writing the future of history - Jennifer Tosch #bh13Activists— Lillyanne Daigle (@LillyanneD) July 27, 2013
Don't be afraid to put humor or satire into your controversial posts, or between them. "There's a lot of humor in God." #BH13Unbloggable— Jennifer Beese (@bottlethecrazy) July 27, 2013
I need to remind myself: "Do what's right for you. Don't listen to what other people tell you is right for you." Gale Ann Hurd #BlogHer13— The Suniverse (@TheSuniverse) July 27, 2013
Wow. Let me tell you... this was my favorite BlogHer Annual Conference. Ever. I hope you felt the same!
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