The sound of the PING and seeing your crush sign in to MSN, but making sure you wait 10 minutes before you started talking to them so they didn’t think you were a psycho…takes me way back. And the feeling of independence when you added the html for falling stars on your Myspace page, was just, magical.
It’s great to talk to others in real-time, take part in chat and forum hours, ask industry-related questions, have cake-offs and share the right amount of banter. In all honesty, if it wasn’t for Twitter, I wouldn’t know as many #eventprofs; have scooped as many news stories or have even launched this blog.
I came across this infographic from @ShowGizmo and wanted to share it with you. There’s so many hashtags, forum hours and chats you can be part of. If you have a look at these hashtags, they will help set you in the right direction to to successfully use Twitter for event marketing, PR, customer service, research and sales.
Courtesy of ShowGizmo.
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