Using Twitter at live events is a topic that sprung to mind because on 23rd November – one week today – I’m attending Your Year in PR, hosted by PR expert, author, keynote speaker and podcaster Janet Murray.
I'm looking forward to meeting lots of other inspirational female business owners as well as having some dedicated time to get the content and theming ideas flowing for Keystone Virtual for 2018 (I do love a good planning session!). Plus there will be lots of useful insights that we can apply to our clients' businesses too.
I’ve already been talking about attending the event on my social media channels and will continue to do so in the run-up to, during and after the event. In particular, due to the in the moment nature, Twitter is a fantastic platform to share useful information and insights from events with followers who are unable to attend. It’s also a great way to engage with speakers and other attendees, especially at larger events where it is impossible to network with everyone face to face.
If you are attending Your Year in PR, or have another event coming up, here’s how you can get the most out of using Twitter at live events.