Tulsa has a very strong blogging community. This year, we’re making it easy to blog live during the 2012 Social Media Tulsa Conference thanks to cloud-based marketing and PR software leader, Vocus.
A liveblog is a blog post which is intended to provide a rolling textual coverage of an ongoing event, similar to Live television or live radio. Liveblogging has increased in usage by news organizations and blogging establishments since the mid-2000s, when they were initially used to broadcast updates of technology conferences in the absence of or alongside streaming video captures, and like microblogs, have gained currency as an online publication format which performs the same function as that of live television news coverage.
New to blogging? The Live blog is a great way to kick start your blog. Check out Liveblogging Tips from #BlogChat in his post, Lee Odden includes the link to 12 Live Blogging Tips for Better Event Content Creation. A few of the steps are:
In the #SMTulsa Blogger’s lounge, you’ll be able to power up your gadgets, upload posts to your blog or Google+, set up and conduct video interviews, meet fellow bloggers, and just relax before you head to the next session.
Not a blogger? Stop by the Blogger’s Lounge to learn how to grow your business with Vocus Marketing Software
Vocus Marketing is an all-in-one software suite that helps you attract customers and generate publicity for your business, even if you’re not a marketing expert.
Today the buying cycle starts online. That’s where people search for products with Google, ask their friends for recommendations on Facebook and Twitter, and read reviews on websites. Vocus Marketing software makes it easy to reach customers on search engines, across social networks and through the media.
Join your fellow bloggers at the 2012 Social Media Tulsa Conference.