Hey folks! Here is our weekly recap of what we’ve shared with you on Twitter.
After a intense week of introducing you to the new LiveTweetApp version, I’m coming back to you to bring you a fresh Twitter recap of the week.
Let’s not waste a second and start with this great article dedicated to event professionals and a question that you may have been a lot to ask to yourself: “Am I paying too much for my event app?”. A question that, I’m sure, was never aimed at our app 😉
For each Friday, a Twitter recap! Here are the tweets you liked the most this week.
Another week is over and here are we bringing you a new recap of our Twitter feed. Let’s get started.
We spent another week tracking info, tweeting and sharing to bring you the freshest news over the tech world and the event business. Here is this week summary of what you liked the most.
Here is our weekly digest of what we’ve shared with you on Twitter
Last Monday there was no way we could ignore the Oscars ceremony and its famous selfie, the new most-retweeted-tweet in the history, beating Obama’s picture of himself and his wife after winning the 2012 elections.
This is post is the third on our “what you may have missed on Twitter” serie. You can read or previous week recap here.
This week, we gonna start with the epic fail of a PR company working for the main sponsor of the Brit Awards for pop music: MasterCard. They came up with the idea of directly asking journalists to tweet about the event with the MasterCard hashtag #PricelessSurprises. They even had prepared tweets prior the event for the journalists to share! The result wasn’t what they expected.
Almost two weeks have passed since we published our first Twitter recap. Here is the second episode!
So let’s start with this article from @EventMB about the improvements that social media can create in term of connecting and stimulating your audience, bringing them a better engagement. We warmly recommend this blog to all the #eventprofs out there, these guys always manage to give great insights about the digital trends related to events organization.