Join Us for BlogHer University's Getting Ready for #BlogHer15 Class in June!

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It's nearly here, ALREADY: The big #BlogHer15: Experts Among Us conference in New York City is just six weeks away … and counting. Did you know we're The world's biggest celebration of women content creators? That's right. We're kind of a big deal. .

And we know that the key to going to a conference as wonderfully diverse as BlogHer—with so much to do in a few short days—is having a game plan. Every year, we share all sorts of ways for attendees to prepare for the event. This year, we're bringing our best wisdom to you as a BlogHer University "course."

BlogHer University Getting Ready for #BlogHer15

Each Monday and Wednesday, we'll post our best tips to help you show up feeling SO READY FOR THIS. You'll find ways to boost your social media presence before you get there. You'll learn how to create killer headshots, About pages, and business cards. And you'll discover ways to connect with fellow attendees before, during, and after the conference.

Each Friday, we'll host a different What to Wear post. We couldn't limit ourselves to just one, because conference style is as individual as you are. We've asked four people to share their best ideas for clothes they feel comfortable and confident in—and we want to hear yours, too.

And then at 1PM Eastern time each Friday, we'll host a Twitter conversation so you can ask questions and get more tips. Just follow #BlogHerU to join in.

If you're still not registered, you're still invited! A lot of what we'll share is just plain good social media advice, and we'll aim to give you the best possible sense of the conference, so that you'll be inspired to register … and if not for this event, then the next.

And then in July, BlogHer University will teach you how to make the most of the conference itself, from panels to parties to much-needed down time to ideas for when you get home. Stay tuned for the best conference crash course ever!


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