BlogHer PRO: The Conference in Tweets!
BlogHer PRO is officially on record! The conference in San Fransisco today was an informative, inspirational day -- and our attendees were busy tweeting what was being said. I followed along to bring you some of the highlights from each panel. I encourage you to not only check out the tweets, but peruse the #BlogHerPRO hashtag on twitter and read all of the liveblogs. There's some information that you just simply can't miss!
And now on to the day in tweets!
65% say "Mentors are extremely or very important."59% say "I have been helped by mentors" 48% say "I have mentored others" #BlogHerPro— Shannon Gosney (@themommyfiles) December 13, 2012
“There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women."― Madeleine Albright #BlogHerPro— Jillee (@JillsGoodThings) December 13, 2012
Banner ads are old model - sponsored posts & sharing on social media is new model. #BlogHerPro— Beth Blecherman Tech (@techmama) December 13, 2012
From the Lunch Keynote with Elisa Camahort Page, Duane Forrester of Bing and Elise Bauer of Simply Recipes:
It's not semantics, it's Keyword smarts, it's an SUV, no one is searching for a sports utility vehicle #BlogHerPro— Lisa LaMagna PR (@LisaLamagna) December 13, 2012
Growth track, video #blogherpro: Think of your video a super concentrated orange juice. Short& sweet.Remove filler info.— BOOMbox Network (@BOOMboxNetwork) December 13, 2012
Who uses music in their videos? It keeps readers engaged. You have to use royalty free music! Don't use music without permission #BlogHerPro— Monique Frausto (@BLOGSbyLATINAS) December 13, 2012
From Life of a Sale:
From Proposals & Pricing:
I've always been a big fan of diversity. Turns out diversifying your revenue stream as a blogger is a good thing too.#BlogHerPro— Unknown Mami (@UnknownMami) December 13, 2012
Define why you need an app before you invest. Test whether people want & will pay for it. Define your minimum buyable product. #blogherpro— Lori Anderson (@luckylori11) December 13, 2012
And from the Closing Keynote: Exit Strategies for Bloggers:
Goodness! What a day!
We'd like to thank all of our attendees, our speakers, our sponsors, the hotel staff and BlogHer's staff for such a wonderful day. We'll be bringing you more thoughts about the conference in the days to come. For now, use today's inspiration to get busy on those dreams!