We covered (most of) the first half of 2012 in my last post about the 2012 Blogging conferences, but don’t worry. Here’s the info on the rest of them – I hope – that have announced dates for 2012.
Big or small, blogging conferences are an amazing place to learn, to network, to kick off your shoes and dance, and to meet other people that love the internet as much as you do. My favorite thing about blogging conferences is how I never need to apologize for looking at my phone or my laptop – because generally we’re ALL looking at our phones and our laptops. It might seem anti-social, but I assure you it’s not.
So, ready to learn about the rest of 2012′s conferences?
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