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BlogPaws 2012 - Pet Blogging and Social Media Conference
Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 12:00 PM - Saturday, June 23, 2012 at 9:00 PM (MDT)
Salt Lake City, UT
Where & when will BlogPaws 2012 take place?
BlogPaws 2010 will take place at the Sheraton Salt Lake City, June 21-23, 2012.
Who should attend BlogPaws 2012?
BlogPaws conferences deliver educational sessions on topics ranging from finding content for your blog, to search engine optimization (SEO), to turning your blog into a business or a book, to holding fund raising events called "Twitter-pawties," to using specialized contest apps on Facebook, and much more. While a majority of the attendees publish about — or in some cases AS their pets — the topics apply broadly to anyone who wants to learn more about effective use of social media.
How can that not include you? Not sure yet? Read the advice some of our past attendees shared in the post (and comments), Top 10.5 Reasons to Attend BlogPaws.
Oh, and all our conferences are pet-friendly, of course. So bring along your furry, feathered, finned, shelled or scaled companion animal ... and join us!
What are the fees to attend BlogPaws 2012?
The 2+ day BlogPaws 2012 still costs less per day than the original 1+ day conference in Columbus, in April 2010. Early-Bird price through Jan. 15, 2012, is $149 for Blogger Rate Full Conference passes. After Jan. 15, the Regular price for Blogger Rate Full Conference passes will be $199.
Blogger Rate Full Conference tickets include: Thursday evening reception, Friday and Saturday General Sessions and breakouts, meals, breaks, and sponsor exhibit areas. The Blogger Rate is a subsidized rate and is intended for bloggers who can neither tax deduct nor expense their trip.
For the first time, Blogger Rate Day Passes will be available at $99/day for Friday or Saturday. These tickets will include all General Sessions and breakouts, meals, breaks, sponsor exhibit areas, and any evening event scheduled for that day only.
The Early-Bird price through Jan. 15, 2012, will be $379 for Company Rate Full Conference passes. After Jan. 15, the Regular price will be $499 for Company Rate Full Conference passes.
Company Rate Full Conference tickets include: Thursday evening reception, Friday and Saturday General Sessions and breakouts, meals, breaks, and sponsor exhibit areas. The Company Rate is intended for brand, agency, and other corporate attendees who are not sponsoring the event.
For the first time, Company Rate Day Passes will be available at $249/day for Friday or Saturday. These tickets will include all General Sessions and breakouts, meals, breaks, sponsor exhibit areas, and any evening event scheduled for that day only.
Student Rate tickets (still only $59) include admission to the Full Conference: Thursday evening reception, Friday and Saturday General Sessions and breakouts, meals, breaks, and sponsor exhibit areas. NOTE: You MUST have a student ID that is valid at the time of the event to qualify for this pricing option. You must show your ID at registration on-site or an upgrade to a regular price ticket will be required.
Please Note: BlogPaws does not issue refunds. Tickets may be transferred to another person of buyer's choice after purchase, until June 1st, 2012. No transfers or other changes to badge information will be accepted after June 1st.
When & Where
Founded in 2009, by Caroline Golon, Yvonne DiVita, and Tom Collins, BlogPaws' mission is creating educational, networking, and business opportunities for the online pet community.
Our annual conferences bring together hundreds of pet bloggers, pet enthusiasts, shelters, rescues, and the brands who serve them, for social media education, networking, and promoting worldwide change for pets in need. Our online community site has grown to more than 2,200 registered members, in addition to more than 18,000 Twitter followers and over 8,600 Facebook likes.
In 2012, we launched the BlogPaws Pet Blogger Network to connect pet bloggers and brands for year-around online advertising and marketing programs, including online BlogPawties, "bloggerspondent" coverage of major events, and live local gatherings. And we're just getting started. Join us!
Learn more at: http://www.blogpaws.com