Announcing the BlogHer PRO Agenda!

Announcing the BlogHer PRO Agenda!

Four weeks ago, we officially added BlogHer PRO to the 2012 conference season, and today we are so excited to be able to share with you the preliminary agenda for this brand new BlogHer conference event!


BlogHer PRO


BlogHer PRO is going to be a tactical, nuts and bolts, sleeves-rolled-up event to help the professionally-driven dive deeper, grow bigger, and learn more than ever before. We've got the day's line-up posted on BlogHer. com, and many of our speakers already up on the BlogHer PRO Speakers' Page. We'll be adding more speakers in the coming weeks, including the Skills Workshop leaders.

The day will be composed of three tracks, including Skills Workshops (details to follow in coming weeks), the Sales and Marketing track, and the Growth track, sponsored by Bing.

  • The Growth track, sponsored by Bing, focuses on that traffic drivers that have become all-important. This track isn’t about incremental tactics; it makes a case for major upgrades to your blogging approach.
  • The Sales & Marketing track leaves personal anecdote aside and focuses on specific tools, exercises and how-tos. This track will tackle the entire sales process, from understanding your own unique personal brand and product offering, to pitching it, to delivering outcomes that exceed customer expectations.
  • The Skills Workshops track will provide hands-on, tactical help to build your knowledge and expertise in some of the most crucial facets of blogging and social media. Experts from BlogHer staff will be on hand to walk you through what you most need to know to grow.

The conference is already more than half-way sold out, so after you check out the agenda, grab your ticket to this one-day event at the beautiful Fairmont San Francisco. BlogHer's discounted room rates of just $209/night are good Wednesday through Sunday (Friday, Saturday and Sunday are based on availability) so we hope you'll stay a few extra days in the city after BlogHer PRO!


Shannon {and/or} Mr Lady
BlogHer Conference Programming Manager


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