Here’s introduction for the event and below are a few tweets and exchanges that took place during the short live demo of AnswerStage that we did during the webinar.
the Communicating with prospects, customers, fans and enthusiasts has always been a key objective for brands and organizations. With the advent of Social Media channels these new technologies and approaches provide fresh perspectives and insights.
Many brands struggle with providing relevant and fresh marketing content on an on-going basis. Come hear how our partner, AnswerStage, can be used to produce live Q&A sessions and Twitter chats while maintaining editorial control. This unique new technology, coupled with Mzinga’s moderation services enables you to pre-collect and pre-answer questions, assign roles, prioritize questions and selectively cross post answers and commentary to Twitter. Additionally it allows you to harvest these conversations for future use in your content marketing efforts.
In addition to hearing about this next evolution in engaging with your audience, we’ll also present three case studies highlighting how technologies and workflows support customer communication in these industries:
Media & Entertainment
And here are the live tweets:
Starts in 5 mins! Use #trollfree for questions/comments. https://t.co/MjJB20qrtv
– Rusty Williams (@rustyw) 1:56 PM
So far, I'm intrigued by the #trollfree webinar and how @AnswerStage might fit into online learning (in or out of higher-ed)
– Eric M. Larson (@emlarson) 2:17 PM
@rustyw This tool seems so cool. People intuit "event flow" but you illustrated it perfectly. #trollfree http://t.co/Y0LYdTE3Lh
– Eric M. Larson (@emlarson) 2:31 PM
"Online moderation is facilitation not "bringing in the cops'" – @stevo4747 moderator for @mzinga #trollfree
– AnswerStage (@answerstage) 2:33 PM
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