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10 Tips for Live Tweeting Webinars

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10 Tips for Live Tweeting Webinars

  1. 1. ReadyTalk Blog 10 Tips for Live Tweeting Webinars It’s become so common for Twitter users to report live events through their tweets that there’s now a phrase for it—‘live tweeting’.
  2. 2. ReadyTalk Blog About The Author Visit ReadyTalk’s Blog! Bo Bandy PR and Marketing Communications Manager Bo is the marketing communications and PR manager and manages corporate branding and messaging, content marketing, social media and customer engagement. Prior to working at ReadyTalk, Bo managed external communications activities including media relations, marketing promotions, social media strategy and execution, special events, and web activities for both B2B and B2C technology companies. She still reads books that are printed on paper, wants to be a race care driver (Formula 1). She loves spending time outdoors with her husband and dog. You can find her on Twitter, @bo_knows_, and LinkedIn.
  3. 3. ReadyTalk Blog Companies have also started live- tweeting webinars and other events in order to give followers a taste of what’s going on and to entice them into signing up for the next event. Here’s how to live tweet a webinar in a way that will have people lining up to attend the next one:
  4. 4. ReadyTalk Blog 1) Advertise beforehand. Just as the actual webinar will be promoted in the days leading up to it, the live tweeting of it should also be advertised prior to the event. Post a few tweets explaining what's going to be happening and include the date and time.
  5. 5. ReadyTalk Blog 2) Ask for retweets. Don’t be afraid to directly ask influential followers to spread the word about the upcoming web event and tweeting session.
  6. 6. ReadyTalk Blog 3) Count down. On the day, whip up excitement by counting down to the start time. Every few hours, tweet something like, “just x hours until we’re tweeting live from today’s webinar!”
  7. 7. ReadyTalk Blog 4) Tell attendees about the tweeting. At the start of the webinar, announce that the company has a Twitter account and will be live- tweeting the session. Attendees can then follow along with the tweets while also participating in the event itself. 5) Invite questions. Most public audio conferences include Q&A sessions, as this is a great way of engaging an audience. Ask attendees and non-attendees alike to tweet their questions to whoever is live tweeting. This tweeter can then submit the 6) Use a hashtag. questions just as an attendee normally Create a hashtag that conveys what the webinar is would. about and tag all live tweets with it. Ask people to use the hashtag when answering questions, asking questions or just generally tweeting about the webinar.
  8. 8. ReadyTalk Blog 7) Ask questions. Don’t just tweet the content of the webinar verbatim; ask open questions based on the content in order to create a multi-way discussion that followers can get involved in.
  9. 9. ReadyTalk Blog 8) Use ‘you’ and ‘your’ a lot. People like responding to any tweet that includes 2nd person pronouns, as it’s clear that the tweeter is talking to them rather than just broadcasting. 9) Retweet all appropriate replies. Show appreciation by retweeting comments. 10) Tweet attendees afterwards. Tweet thank you notes to attendees. Tell them about any upcoming events they might be interested in.
  10. 10. ReadyTalk Blog Start using these strategies and it won’t be long until followers start signing up for webinars simply because of what they’ve seen on Twitter. We'd love to hear how your organization is promoting webinars via Twitter. Share with us @ReadyTalk or in the comments below.
  11. 11. ReadyTalk Blog Interested in learning more about ReadyTalk? Visit our website!

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