If you weren’t able to go to TypeAParent Conference this weekend do not dispair. You will be able to access all of these amazing recaps and session notes that I’m gathering up for you that these amazing bloggers have compiled for you.
Crafting a Book Proposal by Ellen Gerstein and Amy Fandrei – This is one of the intensive hands-on workshops that were limited. Thanks to Well in THIS House for the session notes!
From Zero to Full-Time Income by Chris Garrett - live-blogged session notes written by Nicole on TypeAParent.com this advice will be priceless for those who are trying to evolve their blogs to the next income level.
Another Chris Garrett recap by Honestly and Truly – Less bullet point and more paragraph readable format.
Don’t Rant Me: Getting Past Scores and Number by Dave Binkowski and Kelly Whalen – Session notes posted by Well in THIS House and will be enlightening to any blogger who feels stuck in the numbers rut.
Blog Design Dos and Donts - Session notes by Well in THIS House includes slide show of the presentation.
Facebook Page Brilliance by Melanie Nelson – Great notes by Butterscotch Sundae about how to make the most of your Facebook Page.
The Blogger Townhall Meeting – One of the favorite unique sessions of the conference, the blogger townhall meeting gives bloggers a chance to stand up and speak their mind. This year’s townhall was led by a panel of keynotes who opened up with a variety of topics. Liveblog notes on TypeaParent.com.
Closing Keynote with Rene Sylar – A fabulous closing keynote by @Goodenufmother reminded us to shed the things that will hold us back and embrace that which energizes and supports us. Liveblogged notes at TypeAParent.com
General Notes and Thoughts:
Here’s a great post on Choosing a Blog Conference by Connie Foggles who reminds us to match the conference with our goals, personalities, and finances.
General recap by Two Bears Farm with photos of downtown and snippets of highlights from favorite sessions.
TypeACon Recap You WANT to Read – Hilarious recap by Amy Tucker.
Connect, Learn, and Laugh by Tonja Deegan gives an overview of what makes TypeA one of her favorite conferences.
Confessions of an IT Girl gives a look at the conference from the perspective of attendee, sponsor, and speaker. WHEW! What a triple-threat and unique perspective.
West of the Loop – A speaker on the blogging ethics panel, the recap quickly turned to food. Yum!
It’s Foodtastic - TypeACon 2012 Wrap-Up that includes some great inspiration for not downplaying your own successes.
Do you have a wrap-up? Leave it in the comments!