Here’s a great diagram from Intentional Design which puts content firmly in its place – it’s potential information.
Twitter and tools such as Storify are currently used to sum up digital conversations during events. Nonetheless there is still a growing need to really organize thoughts and get to a conclusion of what was discussed. We need actionable items and sometimes social media alone can still be fragmented. Taken from Visual Meetings | Event [...]
While certain approaches to amplifying and covering events are becoming increasingly common there are still differences across sectors. Early in September I tracked two conferences taking place at almost the same time – two different events aimed at completely different audiences, both of which however are pretty engaged webwise. Comparing the two is quite interesting. [...]
An article examining the Twitter stream from a techcomms event was one of the spurs kicking off my interest in tracking events. I got in touch with the organisers of Technical Communication UK, the conference for technical commnicators in the UK, to ask if it was OK if I used some tools on their Twitter [...]