Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Gardening Spotlighted at the Largest Event for Women in Social Media in the World

As interest in outdoor living and decorating continues to grow, especially in the blogosphere, Garden Media Group once again will introduce new content, plants and garden products to thousands of key bloggers at the 10th annual BlogHer Conference in San Jose, California.

Some 4,000 social media experts in food, parenting, health and wellness, entertainment, style, social change, politics, technology and business are expected to attend the conference.

This year, Garden Media , the top public relations firm in the outdoor living industry, returns with its popular pop-up “Garden Shop” to introduce the world of gardening to even more bloggers. Located at Booth #306, the “Garden Shop” is open from 9 AM to 6 PM July 25-26.

Garden Media will kick off opening night at BlogHer’14 Thursday, July 24 from 6-8 PM with a DIY flower crown workshop for the first 100 attendees. According to Susan McCoy, president of Garden Media, “The flower crowns will be a fun signature for bloggers joining in the #Selfiebration event.”

Garden Media looks forward to the creative designs bloggers will take away from the DIY workshop. “This year we’re inspiring bloggers to use plants and flowers in fashion and decorating as well as gardens and landscapes,” McCoy says.

Filled with flowering plants and other garden products, McCoy promises the Garden Shop will be an oasis of beauty and tranquility, offering educational content, story ideas, giveaways, and gardening materials, including the latest gardening trends.

“Last year we ignited a gardening fever with the world’s most influential bloggers,” says McCoy. “This year we’re offering simple tips to build their gardening confidence and be successful.”

BlogHer.com reaches 92 million U.S. women each month across blogs and social media and is the leading cross-platform network created by, for and with female social media leaders. The annual conference is the world’s largest for women in social media.

“With 26 years of experience in public relations, we know the importance of connecting with media influencers on a personal level. Developing meaningful mutually beneficial relationships at BlogHer’14 help us reach more people and get them into gardening,” adds McCoy.

About BlogHer: BlogHer is the leading cross-platform media network created by, for and with women in social media. Led by more than 7,000 leading influencers, the BlogHer network reaches 92 million across premium blogs, Pinterest™, Facebook®, Twitter™ and social media.

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