What do you call thousands of women all working together to create content and share their knowledge? You call them the backbone of BlogHer, an organization that creates opportunities for women through social media. About 5,000 bloggers gathered in New York City recently for the 8th annual BlogHer conference. During the three-day event, bloggers came together to meet, exchange ideas, and learn from each other, and from speakers such as Martha Stewart and Katie Couric.
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BlogHer has grown immensely from when it first launched eight years ago and social media has helped make that happen. Mashable caught up with Elisa Camahort Page, Co-founder and COO of BlogHer to find out just how Facebook and Pinterest are helping these women effectively communicate, and monetize their business.
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