We're Reading What You're Writing About BlogHer '12

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Obviously, I can't quote every post written about the conference, but we are reading them all, taking your thoughts, opinions and experiences into account and shaping next year's BlogHer '13 in Chicago. We encourage you, like we did on our post about what you tweeted after and our staff' members "moments," to leave a link to your post-conference post here. Really. Do it. We want to read it. We need to read it! Even if you have a bone to pick with us, and perhaps, especially so. The attendees of next year's conference need us to read them so we can continue to make it the conference the community built.

That said, be sure to click around and read not only these that I've shared, but the ones that will pop up in the comments and those you might find in the #blogher12 hashtag on twitter. We all had different experiences, even if we attended all of the same things. Click around, leave comments, meet people that you probably walked by but didn't "know" at the time. Doing so only continues to foster the community that we love so dearly.


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


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