Have you checked out the BlogHer Business agenda lately?

BlogHer Original Post

The BlogHer Business agenda is almost fully fleshed out and waiting for you to check it and see!

Of course there's no rest for the wicked, and I can tell you that any day now I'm about to announce the BlogHer '08 tracks and issue our call for ideas for that, but I don't want to let the amazing women lined up to speak at BlogHer Business get lost in the shuffle.

We're bringing you women who are experts at building community. Bloggers like Melissa Anelli from The Leaky Cauldron, Elise Bauer from Simply Recipes and Kerry Miller from Passive Aggressive Notes have built communities that are large and very, very loyal.

We're bringing you women who are experts on what makes us tick when we're online. Executives like Maria T. Bailey, Mary Furlong, Ellen Siminoff and Robin Wolaner have been studying online trends and behaviors, particularly amongst women, for years.

We're bringing you women who are experts in the social media field. Consultants like Toby Bloomberg, Susan Getgood and Connie Reece have been part of the movement from traditional to social media since its (not so distant) beginnings.

We're bringing you women who have been part of the tremendous shift happening in the world of media in response to the rise of social media. Journalists like Lynne D. Johnson and Laura Martinez are journalists...and also bloggers.

The list goes on and on. And I will go on and on about more of speakers and some of our really fascinating case studies in a future post.

To check out the full agenda, click here.
For logistical information about BlogHer Business, click here.
To reserve your hotel room at the Affinia Manhattan, click here.
To register for the conference and get early bird pricing (until 02/15/08), click here.

Comments

In order to comment on BlogHer.com, you'll need to be logged in. You'll be given the option to log in or create an account when you publish your comment. If you do not log in or create an account, your comment will not be displayed.