April 20, 2009
Does Your Event Own Its Twitter ID?
I was exchanging tweets with an old colleague about using Twitter for her upcoming show. I noticed that her show's name (and logical variants, like <showname year>) have not been claimed.
A Twitter ID may be meaningless to you today if you're not planning on using it right away. And maybe it doesn't have and will never have the value of a URL. But it has value. And just like there were squatters holding URLs hostage, it's bound to happen with Twitter.
Grab your show name and open an account now. Before I do.
05:56 PM | Permalink
I also a victim of this one. Thanks for this reminder.
Posted by: Fabric Trade Show Displays | Apr 7, 2010 2:47:40 PM
Great point, but what about the hashtag for conference dialogue and feedback. Plus, we were always worried about leaving out the 95% of Americans not on Twitter! We built http://GuerrillaTweets.com for this kind of scenario, it allows you to spread the tweets farther and include anyone that has a cell phone via text message. It's work in progress, would love to hear your feedback!
Posted by: chris haller | Sep 11, 2009 6:15:52 PM
I've been the victim of this. Our company has been claimed!! Not quick enough
Posted by: Jason | Aug 14, 2009 6:18:00 AM
Good tip. Ill race ya!
Posted by: Larry | Aug 4, 2009 1:36:08 AM
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