Conference Corner: Submit Questions to Help Demystify BlogHer Events

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Let’s be honest: Attending a blogging conference can be exhilarating, overwhelming, exciting… and maybe a little scary. That’s why BlogHer has created this Conference Corner series: to help demystify our events, to help you get the most out of them, and to help set your heart at rest before you arrive. As we anticipate our 2012 conference year, it’s important to staff at BlogHer that your questions are answered before each event. And whether you’re a newbie or a veteran, you can help us with that!

We’d like to hear from you. What questions do you have about the event? About conference programming (tracks/sessions/speakers)? About conference venue (location, hotel, food, etc)? About conference sponsors? Whether your questions are big or small, related to logistics or asking for advice, we’d love to answer them!

How?  SUBMIT A QUESTION using our web form, and we’ll respond directly. Your question may also be featured in this Conference Corner series, as well (with proper attribution, of course!).

Over the months, we’ve covered topics as varied as How to Become a Speaker, to Newbie Tips from the conference community, to how to Add Yourself to the Attendee Pages (which helps with finding other attendees, too!), and much, much more!

What are your burning questions? Tell us today!

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Would you like to submit a question to be answered by the Events team? 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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