BlogHer Food '12: Day One in Tweets!
As the next round of sessions started, we got serious about activism and what hunger means in America.
When you choose to get involved in food politics you will be amazed how easy it is to make a difference#BlogHerFood— Coryanne Ettiene (@coryanneettiene) June 8, 2012
From photos to recipes to fair use, it was all discussed in our copyright session.
If you're registered w/ the Copyright Office, you can sue for $100k per infringement. WOW. #blogherfood— Christina Trapolino (@cmtrapolino) June 8, 2012
Lots and lots of technical tips and important bits of advice were exchanged during the session on getting to know your blog's guts.
If your website loads too slowly , you are likely losing traffic #blogherfood— Caryn Bailey (@rockinmama) June 8, 2012
The discussion about the differences between cookbook and blog photography brought up many tips for improving your food photos.
If less attractive food use props and garnishes #blogherfood— Deseree Kazda (@LifesAmbrosia) June 8, 2012
Later, the laughs were deep as humor's place in food writing was discussed.
For our vlogging fans, some great video tech tips were exchanged.
Sound is 60% of good video. So true! #BlogHerFood— JoniBlecher (@JoniBlecher) June 8, 2012
Those who wanted to take their activism to the next level were inspired.
There was great advice on how to turn your food blog into a career.
"Be collaborative, not competitive" Words of advice from Building a Career in Food Session #BlogHerFood12— Megan (@CountryCleaver) June 8, 2012
Finally, the day ended with an amazing keynote.
Goodness! What a DAY!
Tomorrow we'll be bringing you another great day full of food and great sessions. I'll be following along, watching and retweeting what you find to be most important at any given time. Don't forget to check out all of our liveblogs if you missed a session. And, hey! Will we be seeing you next year in Austin, TX for BlogHer Food '13? Hope so!