BlogHer PRO '13: Day One in Tweets

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BlogHer PRO '13 kicked off this morning in Silicon Valley. One of my favorite things to do during one of our conferences is to follow along with the hashtag and just revel in the amount of information being shared in 140 characters or less. Our attendees did not disappoint today, sharing bite sized bits of information that educated and inspired both those at the conference and at home. I rounded up some tweets from each of our panels today, including the morning keynote with Porter Gale and the all day long BlogHer U, and have shared them here with you. Check them out and click through the the liveblog posts in our Virtual Con to get the full feel for the day!

BlogHer PRO '13: Day One in Tweets

Morning Keynote: Porter Gale, Interviewed by Jory Des Jardins

BlogHer U: Positioning -- The Intersection of "You" and "Brand" with Erica Lee

BlogHer U: Productizing -- How Online Can Become a Product Line with Alicia DiRago, Jadah Sellner, and Tara Sophia Mohr

BlogHer U: Prospecting -- Free and Low Cost Tools to Find Your Targets with Monique Maestas-Gower

BlogHer U: Pitching & Pricing - If You Want to Make This Your Business, You Have to Be a Salesperson with Joanne Tombrakos

BlogHer U: Partnerships -- Understanding Typical Legal Terms and Arming Yourself for Contract Negotiations with Chrissy Watson and Kristen Herwitz

BlogHer U: Produce -- Documenting Your Customer's ROI, and Calculating Your Own with Julie Yamamoto

If you needed to choose just one tweet-takeaway from today's sessions, I think it would be this one:

And the one tweet that I think all attendees and followers of the #BlogHerPRO hashtag can agree on today:

I hope you'll join us tomorrow via #BlogHerPRO for more informative and encouraging tweets from our great panelists. I know I'm looking forward to it. See you tomorrow!

 

Family & Events Editor Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) blogs at Stop, Drop and Blog.

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