BlogHer Entrepreneurs '12: What They Tweeted After

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Even though we've had the weekend to recover from the awesome that was BlogHer Entrepreneurs '12, I'm still feeling inspired! I think it's because I've been following the post-conference "buzz" that happens in places like twitter and Facebook and your blogs. The inspiration of our attendees must be contagious, because I still want to get out there and "do something," as I tweeted during the conference!

That said, we thought we'd round up some of the inspirational, post-conference tweets to give those who couldn't be there a greater idea of what they might find in our liveblogs. Plus, when you attend a conference, you sometimes miss what others are saying while they're there. So this is what was said afterward!

Credit: Danielle Tsi
Photo Credit: Danielle Tsi

Best post-conference hashtag goes to @deldelp in a reply to @doctorparadox:

Writing thank yous? That's how you know it was good!

The previous tweet kind of meshes with this tweet and proves that BlogHer brings something amazing to the table for all of us.

It's a good sign when attendees tell other people to attend next year.

And lastly, a conference that is good for both your brain and your being is a good, goodconference.

Speaking of good, you should check out our great liveblogs. We want to thank our volunteers for their hard work on these as they are an important part of our conference experience. Also, don't miss our Day One and Day Two in tweets posts. There are some gems of knowledge in there! We'll be getting some pictures in and up soon, so stay tuned for those. And lastly, we'll also be on the lookout for posts written by attendees to share with you, whether you attended or are just following the buzz. The inspiration from this amazing conference will continue on for quite some time, so be sure to check back regularly!


Family & Events Section Editor Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) blogs at Stop, Drop and Blog and The Chronicles of Munchkin Land. She is an editor, writer and photographer.


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