Twitter Buzz for BlogHer '12: What You're Tweeting!

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BlogHer '12With BlogHer '12, HealthMinder Day and Pathfinder Day right around the corner, we've been following along on twitter as you discuss your excitement, fear and interact with our sponsors, each other and us. I really encourage you to follow along with the #blogher12 hashtag on twitter to meet people ahead of time, say hi to your favorite brands and get into the conference vibe. It's informative... and fun!

I love the conference advice and help that's being handed out on twitter right now, so I thought I'd share some trends we're seeing and add in some links where they might help some other people who aren't hashtag watchers.

The advice given is good, especially that not overbooking your schedule thing. Sometimes you're just going to want to sit down with the blogger you met at a table in a panel and listen to her life story. Leave room for that. And, of course, be yourself. We love you just the way you are.

And now a few words on parties.

So, point #1: The Expo Hall is amazing. It's filled with the sponsors that make this conference possible -- and they want to interact with you. You can check out all of the sponsors either via our mobile app or the sponsors page on our site. The Expo Hall is open all day during panels, but it's also open during (times) on Thursday night so you can get in do your thing!

Point #2: BlogHer official parties need no RSVP. From the 6th annual People's Party to the new Fashion Show to everything else in between, our party plan includes you. We want you to come dance with us, have a drink and eat the delicious food. We want to kick off our heels with you. Official parties are amazing. Trust us and see you there!

Arriving on Wednesday? Why not attend HealthMinder Day or Pathfinder Day on Thursday? Those involved are going to make it an awesome experience for you!

We do still have room, and the agenda for both paths (HealthMinder here, Pathfinder here) is full of great panels and speakers that might change how you see something or give you the push you need to do something new.


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