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

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Not sure which panels to attend during regular conference days? Here's some really, really good advice.

And in case you are a #blogher12newbie and are wondering, no, you don't have to sign up for panels.

Just walk right in! Sit down! If it's not a fit, leave and find another one! We want you to make the most of your time at BlogHer '12, and that means the freedom to find that right panel for you at any given time. We've jam-packed our agenda with great speakers and topics. Feel free to float from room to room and glean as much information as you want or can.

A tip I learned in 2010: Follow the Hilton on twitter.

The hotel staff wants to help you too. So let them!

Are you a photographer? Or an iPhoneographer? Then maybe you want to have a little fun with the #photoadayblogher hashtag and take some fun pictures.

That said, also look up and use the #blogher12 hashtag on Instagram. I've already met some great new people because they've been sharing photos! It's great to "see" people before you run into them on the conference floor!

And, of course, there's this point:

For many of us, BlogHer '12 will be a last hurrah to Summer 2012. Let's make the most of it, shall we?

Speaking for myself, I am SO excited. I can't wait to see you there and help you in any way that I can, and I know the rest of the Events staff is ready to make your conference rock so hard. Please don't hesitate to reach out to @BlogHerEvents at any time, between now and then and after, with any questions you may have about the conference, the hotel, or what have you. We're here to help and to make this conference your best one ever.

See you soon!

 

Family/Moms & Events Section Editor Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) blogs at Stop, Drop and Blog and The Chronicles of Munchkin Land. She is an editor, writer and photographer.

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