Conference Corner: Your Ideas for BlogHer '13
By mrlady on September 07, 2012
BlogHer Original Post
Over the past few weeks, we've been featuring a few post-BlogHer recaps from around the community, including this action plan for veteran BlogHers, and this to-do (and to-don't) tip list for BlogHer Newbies. It's been so fun for us, reading about what you're excited to try out, hearing who you're excited to get to know better, and learning what you're excited to see from our 2013 conferences!
We know you're positively brimming with ideas for the 2013 conference season; we read your ideas in your posts, hear your thoughts on Twitter, and see your ideas start to bloom on Facebook. We also know that waiting is the hardest part, and since the Call for Ideas doesn't open until later this fall -- where you can really start to lay out your ideas for speakers, panels, and topics -- so we have a few things you can do right now to start letting us know your ideas.
- First thing you can do is register for BlogHer '13. That's right, registration is open and early bird pricing ($198) is effective through November 7th only! Not only do you get a great deal on your conference pass, you have the chance to let us know who you are and what your goals for BlogHer '13 are all while you register.
- You can also take the BlogHer '12 post-conference survey (even if you didn't attend!) We're combing through the existing feedback right now, learning what worked for you, and what didn't, and we're using that input to guide us into the '13 conferences. Did you love a particular panel? Is there someone you absolutely think we should invite back to speak next year? Was there a track that you thought could have been improved upon? We want to know all of this.
And of course, keep writing those great blog posts, tweeting us, and talking to us on Facebook! We'll be announcing the Call for Ideas on BlogHer.com, through Twitter and Facebook, and in our newsletters, and we can't wait to see what you have in store for us!
Shannon / Mr Lady
BlogHer Conference Programming Manager
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