Conference Corner: Add Yourself to the Conference Attendee Pages!

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Want to get a jump start on networking with other BlogHer conference attendees? Each year, BlogHer offers attendees a way to connect via our Conference Attendees page. Divided by event, you can view who will be at which conference ... and if you’re attending, you can add your name, too!

Attendee pages are accessible from the conference landing page –- just click the “Attendees” tab to view each attendee's name, picture and link to their profile.

BlogHer Attendee Page

Once you’re on the Attendees page, you can add yourself by clicking the green “I’m attending!” button. (You’ll need to be logged in to your account first.)


I'm Attending! Link on Attendee Page

Here are the links to Attendee pages for each BlogHer Conference in 2011:

BlogHer | Bet ’11 – March 24-25 in Silicon Valley, CA
BlogHer Food ’11
– May 20-21 in Atlanta, GA
BlogHer ’11
– August 5-6 in San Diego, CA
BlogHer Handmade ’11
– September 15-17 in St. Paul, MN

Now that you've added yourself to the Attendee pages, why not make sure your profile is robust and tells people about you? Edit your profile using the links in the upper right corner (click Profile, then Edit Profile). Did you know you can even import the blog headlines from your site into your profile, so people can check out your work?

And be sure to check the Attendees pages often, because it’s continually refreshed with new attendee additions! If you're not an attendee YET, we hope you'll register!

If you’re a newbie, what would you like to know about BlogHer events before attending your first conference? If you’re a veteran, what do you wish you had known beforehand? Or, perhaps you’re an introverted veteran attendee ... are there are things you *still* wish you knew, despite the number of conferences you’ve attended? I’d love to know!

About the Conference Corner: The Conference Corner is a weekly series about BlogHer events. Whether you’re a BlogHer newbie or BlogHer veteran, we hope you’ll gain some new insight in this segment!

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