The Twitterverse is all aflutter over Twitter Lists. Made available just last month, this new feature allows you to create a roster of all your favorite tweeps.
How can meeting and event planners make the most out of Twitter Lists? Check out these three list suggestions that could be beneficial for your next event:
• Create a list of your attendees. Ask attendees for their Twitter ideas during registration and you can create a very useful Twitter list for your event. This is a great way for attendees to connect before, during and after the tradeshow or conference.
• Create a list of useful contacts. No matter the size of your event, it's always good to make sure attendees know who they can get in touch with when they have questions. Why not create a list of your event team members for attendees to see? You could even include on-site venue contacts, speakers and more.
• Create a list for your event discussion. Find out who plans to tweet live at your event and create a list to showcase these on-site attendees. Attendees can't be everywhere at once at your event, so this list is a novel way to let them "experience" all the seminars, presentations, etc. It's also an invaluable resource to those people who wanted to attend but were not unable to do so.