If you Missed Type A Mom Conference…

… You might want to head over to Christina Gleason’s blog, Cutest Kid Ever! She live-blogged each session she was in, which is incredibly amazing to me.  I do not have the skills for that, but thank goodness for those who do! Anyway, she has some amazingly thorough recaps to peruse, whether you attended the session or not!

TypeAMom poster by Robin Dance

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Here is the one she did from my session, Social Media Training in Your Local Community:

I’m looking forward to the Social Media Training and Consulting in Your Community session here at the Type-A Mom Conference in Asheville, North Carolina. Our speaker is Sarah Pinnix (@RealLifeSarah). It’s a full house in here! People are even sitting on the floor.

Sarah says that Kelby is very forward thinking in having this session for us. There are plenty of speakers who talk about national social media consulting, but we’re going to learn about leveraging our own experience in our local communities.

Click here to read the rest of the article.

Here are just a few of the other highlights I enjoyed reading:

Blogger Town Hall Meeting

Type-A Mom Conference – It’s About Respect: Professionalism in Blogging

Type-A Mom Conference – Dealing with the Media

Type-A Mom Conference – Multimedia Blogging: Using Pictures, Audio, and Video

Now go read!  And COME to Type-A-Mom Conference next year!!

By the way, if you attended my session on Local Social Media Training, and want to sneak peek on my Free Introductory session here in the High Country of NC, I am live streaming it from 9AM-11AM at MomTV.com.

About Sarah Pinnix

I'm a mom, blogger, vlogger, libertarian. I love Jesus, and my husband, too. Social Media Strategist for a Non-Profit (All statements here are solely my own)


  1. Thanks so much for the plug! It was great to see you at the conference. 🙂


  2. Sue Robinson
    Twitter: MotherhoodnMe

    I am so bummed that I missed both of your sessions, but next year for sure! Loved hearing you sing though!


  3. Wow, that is pure talent! How did she do it? Great thing is, I can go there and read the sessions I missed. It was great being at your session Sarah! I wish to learn more and be empowered =)


  4. Hey, Sarah! Wish I had been able to see your sessions. Heard great things though. I did some live blogging as well, so feel free to take a look over at my blog. It’s not as hard as you think. Believe me, if I can do it, anyone can. Though Christina probably did a better job, as mine rambled quite a bit.


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