The Recap of BlogHer '14 Recaps: You Write, We Listen, Everyone Learns

The Recap of BlogHer '14 Recaps: You Write, We Listen, Everyone Learns

We know that there are more recaps out there; we've been reading them all. Many were shared on Facebook. Some have been shared here on the site. They've been tweeted and retweeted and shared and loved. We love each and every one of your posts; they help us better understand what matters most to you at our conferences. Know what else helps? Taking the post-conference survey. It will help us make a great conference next year.

Haven't written your recap yet? There's still time; your point of view still matters. We're still listening. We're always listening.

Feel free to share a link to your recap below. We'll read it. We promise.

 

BlogHer Editor Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) blogs at Stop, Drop and Blog.

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