After months of planning, prepping, stressing (and a little “monkeying” around) it’s finally here – SharePoint Conference 2011 in Anaheim, CA, USA.
o Facebook SharePoint Main Page: http://www.facebook.com/MSSharePointo Facebook SharePoint Conference Page: http://www.facebook.com/wwspco Twitter Channel: http://twitter.com/SharePointo Twitter SharePoint Monkey Channel: http://twitter.com/TheSPMonkeyo YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/mssharepoint
Twitter Hashtags – Be sure to use the #SPC11 hashtag for all tweets, and you can add a related event hashtag as well (we’ll be sure to let you know what they are.) Even if you aren’t attending but want to weigh in on the conversation, keynotes or anything else conference related, use the #SPC11 tag to be heard!
Foursquare Check-In Locations – We have set up several Foursquare check-in venues for #SPC11 and will provided some handy “tips” for you to download when you check-in at each marked location. The “Mayor” of each venue will receive a prize at the conclusion of the conference (hint: It’s a seriously great prize, trust us) J
“Find the Monkey” Contests – These fun on-site giveaways will be scheduled throughout the conference. Attendees will be notified via Twitter (make sure to follow us!) that the monkey is “on the move” — the first 10 people who find him will receive a prize and pictures will be posted of daily winners on Facebook.
Monkey Fling “Flash Mob” – Everyone and anyone with a monkey “slingshot” toy will meet at a pre-determined location and “fling” their screaming monkeys into the air at once – the event will be captured on video and posted online for all to enjoy. For attendees who don’t have a monkey from the 2009 conference, we will have a “monkey giveaway” one hour prior to the Fling. Stay tuned to the SharePoint social media channels for more details!
“Man on the Street” Interviews - Don’t be shy, all interested conference-goers are welcome to participate in a simple “Q&A” style video and share your thoughts about #SPC11 on Monday, Oct. 3 and Wednesday, Oct. 5. We’ll let you know exactly where and when (or just look for the video cameras, they will be hard to miss.)
If you have any questions or need assistance during the conference, just ping us via Twitter or Facebook and a member of the social media team will be happy to help. And remember to use the #SPC11 hashtag whenever you tweet!
It’s going to be a busy and exciting week – thanks in advance for your participation and support. Let #SPC11 begin!