Going Green at BlogHer '10

At this year's BlogHer conference, we are proud to showcase the steps we have taken to further green our event. Past efforts are being recycled, but we have taken new steps and hope you will find we are working to improve our Green Initiatives with each conference. Read on for the details: ...more

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Women, Writing and Self-Promoting

Earlier this week, Elisa announced the 2010 BlogHer Voices of the Year. It was something that I’d eagerly been anticipating since I nominated myself right before the April deadline. Yep. I nominated myself. At first, I was nervous about it. I thought about asking a friend to nominate me, but then I thought, why shouldn’t I nominate myself? What’s wrong with saying in public that this is something I wrote and I’m really proud of it? ...more

We all know and can spend hours talking about the "nice girls don't," "spoke when spoken to," ...more

BlogHer '10 Speaker Spotlight, July 20, 2010: Writing Inspiration - Stoke Your Creativity

Writer's block. We've all had it. Whether you're writing about technology, family, business, life, politics, design or any other number of myriad subjects, there's one thing we all need: new material. Something fresh that keeps your readers coming back for more. In a word, we need INSPIRATION. And we hope to deliver just that. Join us in the Writing Track for a session we're calling "Writing Inspiration - Stoke Your Creativity." ...more

Awesome panel.

Writer's block? How do I combat? I totally step away from the blinking cursor. ...more

Updated With Links: Announcing the 2010 BlogHer Voices of the Year!

Today we are pleased and proud to announce the 2010 BlogHer Voices of the Year! ...more

...for including me in such an incredible list of finalists. Creating Gwen's site was so fun ...more

BlogHer Conference in Pictures: 2008

So many photos, so little time. We're putting up your 2008 conference photos as fast as we can. Here is what we have so far! ...more

Makes me glad I brought my camera and actually used it for once.

Celeste Lindell
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UPDATED: NINE MEET-UPS THIS WEEKEND: Announcing More Pre-BlogHer '10 Meet-ups in TWENTY-ONE Cities!

Last week we kicked off the pre-BlogHer '10 Meet-Up series with a wonderful evening in New York City. But never fear, we have eight more meet-ups to announce, in cities all over North America! ...more

I have something else going on that morning--as long as that wraps up in time I'll be there! ...more

BlogHer '10 Speaker Spotlight, July 13, 2010: Grief, Loss, Tragedy and Community on the Internet

One of the greatest things bloggers experience is being surrounded and loved by others when they blog about their personal lives. One of the most difficult things bloggers experience is the backlash they sometimes receive when they blog about their most heart-wrenching circumstances. So let's talk about it. Let's talk about the good, the community, the Internet love, and let's discuss the bad, how we deal publicly with our tragedy, and how we protect ourselves from becoming bogged down with our grief. This session is titled: "Grief, Loss, Tragedy and Community on the Internet." ...more

Fabulous line up ...so excited to see them!

Janis

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BlogHer '10 Speaker Spotlight, July 6, 2010: Does Personal Blogging Hurt Your Professional Brand?

If you've ever blogged about your life on your professional blog, then you've blended the personal with the professional (regardless of whether you write anonymously). Of course, that may not be a negative thing, depending on who you're talking to ... and this summer, BlogHer is talking about it! Join us for a session we're calling "Authenticity or just TMI? When Does Blogging the Personal on Your Professional Blog Hurt Your Brand?" ...more

I have several blogs- some are geared to moms and there I share more personal stories of life. ...more

UPDATED TIMELINE: Announcing the 2010 Version of the Community Keynote: The Voices of the Year

"For me, blogging has always been about two things: quality writing and community." - Maggie Dammit, commenting on Surrender Dorothy ...more

Congratulations to all the winners!Y'all deserve it!

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BlogHer '10 Speaker Spotlight, June 29, 2010 -- The Mega Mindful Monetization Session

We've have discussed the FTC Guidelines on Day One, so now you know how the U.S. government wants you to mindfully monetize with your blog. But what makes you feel most comfortable? The Mega Mindful Monetization session explores different ways to diversify your blog income. Here's the description: ...more

This issue is not one of a black-and-white nature. There are so many shades of gray that leave ...more

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