The 23rd ITS World Congress will have a large social media presence that will allow attendees to engage in a more social and mobile experience before, during and after the World Congress. This Social Media Kit is designed to inform and help you amplify discussion and chatter surrounding the ITS World Congress, making social media involvement at the ITS World Congress seamless. Our team will be leveraging several key platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
By joining the conversation on our multiple social media outlets, you will be able to stay up to date on current ITS World Congress activities so you can locate these activities in real-time and get involved. This ensures that delegates won’t miss any of the exciting events taking place during the week of the Congress. In addition, we highly encourage your team to use this Social Media Kit in your social activation plans to integrate, amplify and extend your visibility during the congress.
The event will be using the hashtag #ITSWC16 on all social media outlets to allow attendees and fans to follow, join and stay engaged in the conversation.
Whether you are using Twitter or Facebook by clicking on the hashtag from one of the tweets or posts, it will bring you to all of the posts using #ITSWC16 on the specific social media network you are using – showing the volume of discussion, updates and all of the great conversations and events happening around you.
As the world’s largest social network,Facebook is the best platform for sharing highly visual content like photo, videos and news articles.
Leading up to the event, we will share important content about the things to see and do while attending the conference in Melbourne, including important photos, videos and news articles on the World Congress. We will highlight important events taking place during the week,so you can be sure you don’t miss a thing.
Attendees can get updates on the ITS World Congress highlights by following our Facebook page and join the conversation by tagging our Facebook page and using the hashtag #ITSWC16 in their ITS World Congress related posts.
Twitter is a micro-blogging site and has grown into a live event coverage powerhouse with, on average, 500 million tweets going out each day. Twitter is the quickest way to share and receive quick and informative updates happening around you in real-time at the ITS World Congress.
Leading up to the event, we will share information about sessions and keynotes to attend and amplify content from sponsors, partners and attendees getting ready to head to Melbourne.
During ITS World Congress, Twitter will be used to answer participants’ questions, provide live updates and promote sponsors and partners.
The event will be using the hashtag #ITSWC16 to help fans and followers find and join the conversation. Participants can engage with the ITS World Congress by tweeting us at @ITS_Australia.
LinkedIn is the ultimate professional networking platform and will allow attendees to keep in digital contact with the connections they make throughout the week of the World Congress.
Groups allow like-minded or similarly-interested people to gather and have discussions surrounding a variety of topics, making them a perfect fit for events like the ITS World Congress.
Throughout the ITS World Congress, we will be posting high-profile content from each of the keynotes, presentations and demonstrations. Members and industry professionals should use this forum as a means of networking and connecting with people before and after the event as a follow-up for the connections they make on the ground.
Join our ITS Australia group on LinkedIn to join the discussion!
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