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Brian Anthony Hernandez

Why cover events using Twitter? It works. Here’s some advice

Today for work, I’ll be posting quotations, trends and pictures on Twitter during the Social Media Strategies Conference where “leading digital, client and agency experts” will discuss the power of social media.

You can read my updates on my account or by following this hashtag on Twitter: #amsms10.

Among the high-profile speakers are musician Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy, Huffington Post president Greg Coleman, Foursquare co-founder Naveen Selvadurai and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. Pretty cool, eh?

Last month, I live tweeted during The New York Times Small Business Summit and received positive feedback from attendees and co-workers. During the event, almost 100 new people started following my Twitter account and several of the high-profile speakers retweeted and responded to my tweets. The MC also read one of my tweets aloud to the more than 500 attendees.

While there, I met Brooke Howell, an editor at news aggregation website SmartBrief. She often live tweets during events. I asked her a few questions to help you and me learn about live tweeting. Her answers:

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October 13, 2010 Posted by | Online, Work, Writing | Leave a comment