When a big event is coming up, brands love to talk about big “Social Media Command Centers” they’ve setup, with a infinite number of people staring at uncountable monitors.

If you want to succeed with event management, this must be the only want to do it, right?

WRONG!

Here’s a great video from Mashable about how one woman does it all for the Grammys — an event that generated 13.8 million tweets, and 862 million impressions, according to Twitter.

 

What’s the secret?

A huge part of what we do is making sure that we’re tracking the conversation, so we can be fluid and adjust to what people are talking about, what’s trending, what kind of content we should be putting out.

 

Remember, “tracking the conversation” doesn’t require an all-out Social Media Command Center. Many of us do it everyday, either directly on Twitter, using in-stream tools like Tweetdeck, or dedicated tools like Keyhole (I hope!).

Go forth, grasshopper. Setup your event hashtag, track what attendees are saying, and engage them like you would any other friend.

So the next time you feel like you — an individual community manager — can’t do it all, think again!


 

The Marketing Thought-Leader

When we market events like Content Marketing World, MarketingProfs B2B Forum and others, Keyhole helps us track use of the event hashtag and which influencers are engaging. The Keyhole dashboard has been very helpful for reporting on the impact we’ve had at influencing influencers as they publish content around an event using the hashtag. Keyhole definitely frees up time from manual monitoring and has contributed to the growth of our social footprint.

- Lee Odden, TopRank Marketing Founder

2016-03-17T12:43:14+00:00
When we market events like Content Marketing World, MarketingProfs B2B Forum and others, Keyhole helps us track use of the event hashtag and which influencers are engaging. The Keyhole dashboard has been very helpful for reporting on the impact we’ve had at influencing influencers as they publish content around an event using the hashtag. Keyhole definitely frees up time from manual monitoring and has contributed to the growth of our social footprint. - Lee Odden, TopRank Marketing Founder

The Social Media Professor

My office uses Keyhole for analytics. Good price, great conversation monitor. Saves me at least 5 hours a week.

- Aurora Meyer, University of Missouri Adjunct Professor

2016-03-17T12:50:55+00:00
My office uses Keyhole for analytics. Good price, great conversation monitor. Saves me at least 5 hours a week. - Aurora Meyer, University of Missouri Adjunct Professor

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Saif Ajani

Saif Ajani

Co-Founder at Keyhole
Saif co-founded Keyhole. He believes punctuation marks belong outside quotations.
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