BlogHer Conference Update -- May 13, 2011
Happy Friday friends! We have a lot to share with you, so I'll cut the chitchat and dive in!
Here we are, eight days away from our 3rd annual Food conference -- and we have lots in store! Our speaker lineup is second to none and well, we have an impressive set of sponsors and the agenda is not too shabby either. Check out what we have in store for all of you while in Atlanta. Don't forget to check out the pre-conference guide!
For those of you who are not joining us on site, we will be liveblogging the event, so keep an eye out for that too!
Wow, it's true, we are less than three months away from BlogHer '11 in San Diego, and it will not disappoint! Our agenda is up, speakers are slotted and sponsors are coming in. If you have not registered to be in San Diego, you will miss out on fun, learning and friends!
Attend BlogHer's Pathfinder Day and blaze a more confident trail! For example: Do you blog about politics, social change, causes or otherwise try to change the world with the power of your blog? Then the Change Agents path is for you. Katherine Stone, the most prominent voice raising awareness about post-partum depression from her neighbors to Capitol Hill, and Gina McCauley, a firebrand who has galvanized her readers around the issues of gender, race and the media, are your Pathfinders. One of them is going non-profit, one for-profit, but both are changing the world. Joined by Bloganthropy's Debbie Bookstaber in the morning, this Path will be inspiring and, hopefully, instigating!
If you haven't taken the time to download the BlogHer|bet virtual conference, you still have time! Go to our Virtual Conference and listen to what you may have missed -- time is running out, don't delay!
I think that is it for now. See some of you next week at BlogHer Food '11!!
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