Sounds interesting! BlogHer Conference San Jose, CA July 24, 25, 26

I just received a WordPress email notice about the “BlogHer 14” Conference, being held July 24, 25 and 26, 2014, in San Jose, California. (San Francisco Bay Area)

It sounds like it might be an interesting blogger conference, with lots of fascinating sounding seminars!

Headline, below, from the  BlogHer 14, Life Well Said conference

(screen capture, below, of their website conference headline )

BlogHer headline

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I’d never heard of BlogHer, but it looks like a huge and comprehensive site.  Are any other bloggers aware of, or part of,  this site?

For those of you who are interested in blogging, or who live in the SF Bay Area, here are some “screen captures” of some of the interesting sounding seminars they’ll be offering.

 

 

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Thursday, July 24: “Pathfinder Day”
There are a number of “pre-conference” workshops and  seminars on Thursday.
Link to: Thursday Pre-conference “Pathfinder” Schedule

(screen capture, below, of some of Thursday’s Pathfinder seminars)
go to the BlogHer website to connect with links in this screen capture

BlogHer preconference schedule~

It looks like Friday, July 25, 2014  has a variety of  interesting seminars, too.
Link to: BlogHer Friday seminar schedule

go to the BlogHer website to connect with links in this screen capture

BlogHer Friday Morning  Schedule

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More Friday opportunities:“Geek Bar” and “Lean In Circles”…. opportunities for asking some of those “blogging questions” and for connecting with other like-minded bloggers… wow!…that sounds good!

go to the BlogHer website to connect with links in this screen captures

Friday BlogHer Schedule~

Saturday is filled with more interesting learning and connecting opportunities.
The “Mini Cons”  on Saturday afternoon look intriguing.  Sounds like a positive opportunity for “Birds of a Feather” to find each other, connect and bring some good  ideas back into their own blogs.

Go to the BlogHer website to connect with links in all screen captures

BlogHer Saturday afternoon sessions

 

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And so… in case there are other San Francisco Bay Area bloggers reading this post…or even if you live far away… it sounds like the BlogHer14 conference might offer some very interesting topics and positive opportunities to explore, question, learn and connect… sounds good to me!

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4 Responses to Sounds interesting! BlogHer Conference San Jose, CA July 24, 25, 26

  1. I know WordPress head quaters is in SF….does it cost? Something to think about.. thanks for posting this.

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  2. I’m thinking of going to the Thursday sessions…they sound specific and intriguing. I’m not sure about the other 2 days. Unfortunately, it does cost money to go: https://www.xpressreg.net/register/blog074/landing.asp

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  3. I have a cousin very involved in this conference. I have never attended, but she has been a speaker and has supported the event since the first conference a few years ago. She speaks very highly of it…hope you can attend. 🙂 I think you’d enjoy it very much.

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  4. Debra, thanks for that information about your cousin thinking the conference is valuable. I think I’ll go Thursday, and maybe the other days too. I checked many of the links in the schedule and there seem to be many different goals and motivations for various bloggers. It might be a good opportunity for me to think more about and to clarify my own ideas and motivations, for blogging… and life, too. 🙂

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