Tag Archive: Twitter for events

Now Proven! Using Twitter At Conferences Increases Attendee Engagement

Tweet It’s official! Research now shows that when people use Twitter during classes, they are more engaged and learn more. We can now stop debating the issue. And all the naysayers who find Twitter use during an education session distracting can stop their diatribes against Twitter. The proof is in the Twitteracy (Twitter-literacy). Twitteracy: Tweeting…

Social Media And Events Continue To Grow: 2012 Research

Tweet Marketers still place a high value on social media. 83% of marketers surveyed by Social Media Examiner indicate that social media is important to their business. 73% of event organizers surveyed by Amiando indicate that social media is important to their conferences, events and meetings. Clearly social media is a fad that’s gone rad…

Is Your Conference Twitter Worthy Or Not?

Tweet If no one tweets about your event, did it really happen? While you may think this question is absurd, research shows that we’ve moved from the “experience economy” to the “social economy.” Now, it’s not good enough to simply attend an event. We have to tell others about that event while it’s happening, or…

How Twitter Is Socializing Conferences

Tweet Have you noticed an emerging trend of Twitter and Facebook integrating with TV? Smartphones and tablets are now on coffee tables beside the TV remote. Nielsen says that 40% of television watchers are multiscreening everyday. These couch potatoes have a TV remote in one hand and their mobile device in the other! Why? One-third…

Report: Events Have Room To Grow Their Social Media Use

Tweet 67% of event organizers do not monitor social media platforms. 37% of conference organizers only post up to three times per week in social media platforms. 76% of German event organizers see social media as an important or very important tool for marketing their events. 81% of English speaking event organizers see social media…