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New survey: How people are using Twitter at conferences

Speaking about Presenting

Only 41 people responded to the survey (the url for the survey was circulated using twitter and the conference hashtag).

Top Tech Tools to Build Audience Engagement

DeFinis Communications

Imagine knowing your audience members’ questions while you’re speaking and being able to address them on the spot, before the Q&A. Twitter.

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5 Ways To Integrate Twitter Into Your Presentations

Professionally Speaking...

In a previous post, I explored  common concerns about Twitter usage in presentations and concluded that Twitter offers many benefits in terms of audience involvement and engagement. However, seeing the benefits of using Twitter and being able to incorporate it effectively into your presentation are two very different things.

8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool : Speaking about Presenting

My session was on “How to engage your audience with Twitter&# and I tried to do exactly that during my presentation. Design your presentation for Twitter I used two strategies that took into account that my audience would be tweeting. Don’t forget the non-tweeters We did have a couple of people who were not twitter-enabled.

Twitter Tips for Speakers: Before, During & After the Event

And, it is by all means not a complete list, but a good list to get you started.    Choose your Twitter name.  Don’t forget to add the hashtag. 

Five Platforms for a Classroom Back-channel Chat

To invite people to your chat area send them the url. Ideas for technology integration in education. TodaysMeet is completely free to use.

How to Change the World: The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint

SocialToo Engage people better at social media sites like Twitter. The symptoms of Ménière’s include hearing loss, tinnitus (a constant ringing sound), and vertigo. There are many medical theories about its cause: too much salt, caffeine, or alcohol in one’s diet, too much stress, and allergies. Total bozosity.

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many interviews at one blow

The Eloquent Woman

Practice answering likely questions and end your statements with a tone of voice that suggests you've concluded that answer.

Public Speaker

January 18, 2006 in Pitching, Presenting, and Speaking | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference How to Get a Standing Ovation : » Staande ovatie from Wij Blijven Hier! SocialToo Engage people better at social media sites like Twitter. Have something interesting to say.

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The networked speaker: 10 ways to make the most of your next gig

The Eloquent Woman

Followup on the web after your talk by posting video, photos, answers to questions, your slides and more. Fast and easy for everyone.

Communication Steroids: 'Goin' Mobile'

Communication Steroids

One question to ask: why bother? Well, it turns out that getting URL was not necessary. And they’ll tell others. Uh-uh.

Creating Passionate Users: Give users a Hollywood ending

But even if you buy into the power of the ending, the next question is, "What kind of ending?" Name: Email Address: URL: Remember personal info?

Business of Software Blog: How to get a speaking slot at a conference

URL: Remember personal info? Business of Software Blog The business of software. Do stand out from the crowd. Tell me something unique.

Consumer Centric " Blog Archive " Conference Tweeting A Distraction and Waste of Time, or Not?

Since the 2008 Zuckerberg interview, SXSW has to be one of the largest scale laboratories for using Twitter while at a conference.  listening.


Talk It Up!: Public Speaking Tip #7: Get your passion up!

Answer the question, "How are you doing?" Answer the question, "How are you doing?" Talk It Up! You think Im kidding?

Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention

In this article, we ask questions concerning the texture and shape of this emerging economy of attention. User attention needs our attention.

Dear Speakers - James Duncan Davidson - James Duncan Davidson

Photos ( Zenfolio | Flickr ) Archives About Contact Dear Speakers By James Duncan Davidson on March 8, 2009 12:22 AM | 71 Comments Tagged: advice, speaking Last week, while shooting eComm 2009 in Burlingame, I started posting a set of thoughts on Twitter, all starting out Dear Speaker. Pause, then answer the question. Your audience is.