WOMMA’s talkable tweets

A conference report with a difference, created by John Moore – a deck full of comments by participants at the WOMMA 2009 Summit last week on points of interest from their individual perspectives on presentations and keynotes, all told in 140-character bites posted to Twitter.

As John describes them: talkable tweets.

John explains:

When you return from a conference chock-full of insights, it’s difficult to share everything you learned. Sure, you can transcribe your notes but your notes are bound to have some holes. You can also pull insights from summaries other attendees have posted on their blogs.

Or … you whittle through the thousands of tweets from attendees to carve out a more complete list of insights. That’s the path I’ve chosen to take after returning from WOMMA’s Creating Talkable Brands conference.

Over 470 attendees shared 3,600+ tweets (.pdf download) with the #WOMMA hashtag during the three-day conference. I’ve whittled down the 3,600+ tweets to a more digestible collection of 165 tweets and compiled them into this SlideShare presentation. Enjoy.

Thanks, John, for a most useful – and entertaining – take on an event.

Neville Hobson

Social Strategist, Communicator, Writer, and Podcaster with a curiosity for tech and how people use it. Believer in an Internet for everyone. Early adopter (and leaver) and experimenter with social media. Occasional test pilot of shiny new objects. Avid tea drinker.

  1. john moore (WOMMA)

    Neville … thanks for sharing the “Talkable Tweets” slideshare deck from the recent WOMMA conference. Glad you find it worthwhile and worthy of sharing.

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