Twitter for #eventprofs [Infographic]

Twitter is a powerful tool for event professionals. This infographic will help you to successfully use Twitter for event marketing, PR, customer service, research and sales.

Twitterforeventprofs

Last week we launched Social Media for Events, a free book about using social media at events. If Kim Kardashian would pass us the term, we broke the Internet: 7,000 #eventprofs accessed it in less than a week.

One of the most popular sections of the book is towards the end. We published 10 infographics about using the top social networks and media for different phases of event planning and management.

If you haven’t got your copy of the book yet (what are you waiting for?), here is a sneak peek of one of the 10 infographics: Twitter for #eventprofs.



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We call these infographics social media cards. They are meant to be a quick reference for you to learn the basics of each social network and how to use it specifically for events.

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Julius Solaris
Julius Solaris is the editor of EventManagerBlog.com, he is an international speaker, author and consultant.
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  • eventmarketing

    The book is very interesting! It gives a good overview of the use of social media in events and it is easy to read.

    The slideshare ‘says’ that it is inappropriate to overpost. What is the usual
    maximum of tweets per week that one can send before it is considered stalking?

    • Hey thanks for the feedback.

      There is no set rule in terms of numbers of post that is appropriate to make.

      While it makes sense to post at different timezones to cater for different audiences, it does not add much value to post the same update 3 or 4 times every hour. It also depends on the feedback that you get from your followers and what engagement you get with every post. If there is little engagement probably that is a sign that frequency should be reduced over quality.

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      • eventmarketing

        Oke thanks for your respond!

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