With the Rave Emergency Communications and Response 2016 Summit a week away, now is a good time to review how you can leverage social media to maximize your time at the Summit.
Whether you have never tweeted or tweet constantly, there are many benefits of posting to Twitter and Instagram using the #911Summit hashtag during next week’s event.
1. Follow @RaveMSafety and #911Summit
Don’t miss any updates, photos, or videos from the Summit. Follow @RaveMSafety and the #911Summit hashtag for real-time updates from the speakers and panelists. Rave thought leaders will be live tweeting key takeaways from each session. After the event, all photos, and videos from the sessions will be posted on Rave Mobile Safety’s Facebook page and Twitter channel.
2. Ask Questions
Have a question for one of the speakers or panelists during the event? Ask! We are very proud of this year’s speaker lineup and panels. The sessions are designed to be interactive and we hope you will come prepared with questions for Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, retired Philadelphia Police Commissioner and former Washington DC Police Chief Charles Ramsey, Benjamin Cazenoves, a survivor of the terrorist attacks in Paris as well as the Responding to the Active Shooter Incident and Addressing the Heroin & Synthetic Drug Epidemics panelists.
To submit a question to our speakers and panelists, compose your tweet with the #911Summit hashtag and ask your question. We will be taking questions from Twitter during the Q&A portion of each session.
3. Win big
There are many benefits to using social media during the Summit. However, the biggest benefit may be the prizes. Every tweet and Instagram post with the #911Summit hashtag counts as one entry. At the end of the Summit, four winners will be randomly selected to win a $40 Amazon gift card and one grand prize winner will an Apple TV. The more you post, the more likely you are to win!
At the end of the Summit, we encourage you to view all of the #911Summit posts that highlight the speakers, photos, videos, and key takeaways from the sessions.
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