Since our launch a year ago, has grown from a service of just a few users turning their Twitter timelines into daily newspapers, to one that analyzes over 12million links a day in 8 languages for publishers and viewers world-wide.

A large, and growing portion of that content comes from bloggers around the world. So in our quest to get to know our community better ( and in person ) we are headed to the BlogWorld Expo, at the Javits Convention Center in NYC, May 24 – 26.

For those of you who are not familiar with BlogWorld, it’s the largest new media conference world-wide that brings together social media thought leaders, bloggers, entrepreneurs, podcasters and content creators all under one roof. 3 days of workshops and panels take place where bloggers and new media peers and professionals get together to learn, share and exchange ideas.

We are proud to be a Bronze sponsor again this year and look forward to meeting, and seeing our community and industry peers there.

If you are attending the conference, stop by and see us at Booth 510. You can check out what is happening on the BlogWorld Daily Daily throughout the expo and you can stay up current on the BlogWorld blog.

For those who have not yet purchased passes, use the below codes and register on line for discounts on your conference passes.

PAPERLI20 : 20 % off Conference Pass

PAPERLI50 : 50 % Exhibits Only Pass

See you in New York!

Kelly Hungerford
Community Builder| Customer Experience & Care Strategist
Kelly's a Digital Operations Specialist and Social Brand Strategist. She helps Startups and SMBs build lean marketing operations leveraging Social Media to support business goals and connect with the people who matter most.

As former Head of Community and Communications for, she was responsible for building community-centric operations to support's rapidly growing user-base and founding #BizHeroes,'s Brand Twitter Chat that takes place Tuesdays at 2pm ET.

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