Whether you experienced the excitement of BlogHer ’10 in the flesh or lived vicariously through the pictures and Twitter feed, it’s safe to say this year’s conference in New York was a success.
Welcome to the liveblog of the BlogHer Business '10 panel: Best Practices Case Study #3: Lion Brand Yarn - The Craft of Community
NOTE: Please note that the case study visuals are attached as a PowerPoint, and can be downloaded by scrolling down to the "Attachment" section.
Paull Young: Rare social media case study that can actually be measured. Brought his mom from Australia to BlogHer two years ago, had a great conversation while standing in Macy's, drinking champagne sponsored by KY Jelly.
Ilana Rabinowitz: Wanted to connect directly with consumers.
Everyone is nervous their first time, even when they're sure to be surrounded by awesome and supportive women. Add to that the anxiety that comes with traveling while pregnant and dressing oneself without the aide of a trusted spouse and tween. Now you're walking in my shoes--which BTW are two sizes larger than they were 6 months ago....more
Are you caught up in the frenzy of worry about what to wear to BlogHer '10? Well worry no more -- I'm here to tell you what I'll be wearing. I'm serving as a guide of sorts as to what you might like to throw in your suitcase for a summertime trip to New York City. In August. Where you'll spend half of your time outdoors, melting. And the other half of your time, indoors wondering if a blizzard is on its way.
In my admittedly biased opinion, there is no area of the country with better food than the San Francisco Bay Area. But New York? Along with Chicago, it definitely gives the Bay Area a run for its money, and that’s why it’s worth giving some thought now to where to eat during BlogHer ‘10.