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

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The tweets included the #sxswfsn or cited her name AND were published within the start/stop timeline of the live panel so as to narrow our inquiry to live use of Twitter during the presentation. sxsw @amyrsward meeting up with @carribugbee after session in front of room, audience-left.

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The Art of Butts in Chairs | chrisbrogan.com

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Be empowering - My goal with building events is to put the right people together in a room. I remember at Web 2.0 As an example that's touching me, I'm keynoting and running an all-day Enterprise 2.0 Another thought, shocking as it is to deep-dyed 2.0

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How to Start Speaking at Events | chrisbrogan.com

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It is sometimes difficult to get good quality of a speech in front of an audience, and what's good for a room might not make for good web presence. I also run the Learn About Web Conference and believe your right on key about approach for paid speakers.

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How to Present While People are Twittering | Pistachio

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SERVICES Market Engagement Enterprise 2.0 Now these notes are going digital on Twitter or via conference-provided chat rooms. But the conversation was roaring through the room via twitter. This is an account by Jeffrey Veen of moderating a panel at a conference.