BlogHer Conference Update - - September 30, 2011
By Lori Luna on September 30, 2011
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Hello friends - happy weekend! Lots to share so I'm going to jump right in...
In a few short weeks we'll come together for the first annual BlogHer Writers conference, presented by Penguin Group, in New York City. It will be a day full of expert insiders discussing publishing, demystifying the trade and providing small group mentoring. You'll learn about publishing 101, going from blog to book and so much more. Check out the agenda, our list of growing speakers and register today.
We've also announced our Call for Volunteers which offers another way to attend and keep expenses low.
Please note, our room block at the Hilton New York is sold out. We encourage you to check out our Community Forum and find a roommate or use your favorite travel site and book a room at a nearby hotel. The address to the Hilton is: 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York, 10019.
If you are already registered, now is the time to post that bling on your blog - tell everyone you will be at BlogHer Writers '11!
It may seem like BlogHer '12 is a million years away but really it will be here before we know it (tomorrow is October 1!!).
Take a moment and get your BlogHer '12 ducks in a row... register for the conference and book your hotel room at the Hilton New York, our host hotel and then sit back, relax and wait for August to arrive - it is that simple.
See you in NYC!
A few weeks ago we wrapped up BlogHer Handmade and had a fabulous time in St. Paul. The session were full of fabulous information and the liveblogs are here for your review. Whether you were there or not, this is a great way to recap and enjoy the conference.
Until next time...
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