BlogHer Conference Update - - July 8, 2011

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Wow, another week has come and gone, and the countdown to BlogHer '11 has started!

This week, I'll focus a lot on BlogHer '11, since we are sooo close -- but remember, we still have BlogHer Handmade on the horizon and maybe a little something else in store (ohhh, that was a tease).

BlogHer '11 Conference Tickets

We do still have tickets available for BlogHer '11 in San Diego!  While I am not sure how long we'll have those tickets, you can buy them today and join us in Southern California in about 3.5 weeks.

Since you are now browsing the registration page for BlogHer '11, don't forget to check out Pathfinder Day.  It is a one-day event before BlogHer '11 geared to help take you to the next level in your blogging and blogging career. Read on and remember, Pathfinder Day requires a separate registration

Now that you have registered, it's time to check out the agenda, read about our amazing sponsors and naturally, getting yourself up to speed on our speakers is never a bad idea!

And then, there are the parties.  You know the "official BlogHer parties" that do NOT require any RSVP -- show your badge and come on in.  Jes has posted a comprehensive list of all parties and times -- don't miss the festivities!

On the serious note -- we still have spots in the calendar for the onsite Blood Drive: Sign up today and save a life!  Read my post for all the details.

And finally, for BlogHer '11, have you seen our Conference Promotions?  Here is where you can find additional things are sponsors are doing in advance of the conference.  Make sure to visit their online offers as well as visit them while we are in San Diego!

On to BlogHer Handmade ... we have posted our agenda and are adding to our speakers page on a regular basis -- peek over, check things out and register today -- tickets are going fast!

I think that will wrap up the week -- have a fabulous weekend and let's catch up next Friday!

Lori Luna
director of events


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