The conference is just starting – a.m. of the first day, though I was at the business path section of pathfinder day yesterday. BlogHer has changed so much in the last few years.
Corporations have arrived. BIGTIME. I will be talking about semiotics and corporations in many different ways from the differing perspectives throughout the next month on my topical blogs. Yes, there will be opinions, evaluations and tips. Pay attention chill ones, there is much to learn.
Brands are listening. Brands are doing things right. Brands are doing things wrong. The best ones are listening. The not best ones are hoping for free content
Quickly–just to review my current pitches for BlogHer for readers who are checking me out through a connection made at the conference.
N.F.Hill is my business.
Casita Gaia (TM) is a branded component of N.F.Hill dedicated to the interplay of local community driven economy and informed trajectories specifically directed by networks of women. Tucson-based.
My blogs are topical. Please don’t tell me I have too many interests. Think of my blogs as categories.
Mother Hurt is a blog about Munchausen by Proxy medical child abuse.
Late Boomers is a term I coined and worked five years on developing and pitching, successfully I might add, the distinct cohorts to baby boomers an the demographers and marketers who categorize them and serve to them.
Build Peace is my political blog that has been around for a long time. I’m biased, progressive, and female — live with it. Most of my accounts of pink adventures reside on this blog.
Done Nesting is for empty nesters who do not feel empty. It is an “evolved” Mommy Blog. All mommy bloggers will become the demographic I’m talking to and about with any luck.
Casita Gaia is having a blog carnival on August 20 to celebrate Tucson’s Birthday. Neighborhoods in Tucson celebrate the birthday of The Old Pueblo in August every year. Think of it this way – I am hosting a cyber-neighborhood event.
Explore. Drop me a note. Comments on posts will be opened.