Archive for month: November, 2014

How-to: 7 steps to creating a dynamic livetweeting strategy for your event

Livetweeting is one of the elements of putting on a live event that comes with a lot of pressure. Twitter streams move fast and — at TEDx events where speakers present big ideas in a relatively short amount of time  [...]

For TEDxPeachtree, the city of Atlanta is overrun with hidden cats

“Catlanta” is an Atlanta-based artist who creates boldly embellished, aesthetically wild cat-inspired art and hides it around the city. And if you were to have wandered through a certain handful of Atlanta neighborhoods recently, you might have been one of the [...]

An easy way to boost audience interaction? Selfies.

If you happened to be one of the attendees at TEDxBGU in Be’er Sheba, Israel this May, you probably were asked take a selfie … with a stranger. That’s because the team at this University event decided that they’d help [...]

10 tips for creating a successful social media strategy for any event

During their 2013 event, the team at TEDxSanDiego received 1.53 million impressions on Twitter, not to mention impressive impact on Facebook and on other social channels. Kara DeFrias, social strategist at TEDxSanDeigo, created a social media playbook to share the [...]