Sadly, SES New York 2012 is over... that was good wasn't it? Don't forget to download the presentations! But it's not just the incredible content that makes SESNY a brilliant event - it's the people too. You may find yourself missing the buzz of what was one of the most buzzy SES New York's ever. To save yourself from feelings of withdrawal, take 10 minutes to re-connect with those people you met and also those you may have missed at the conference via Twitter.
One of the coolest sponsorships we have been running at SES for the last 2 years is the Ultraknowledge Tweetwall. This year we ran the Tweetwall for #SESNY on a whopping 80 inch screen - our biggest yet! It's pretty amazing to be able to see all the discussions taking place in realtime in cyberspace, whilst you are at the event.
After every show, Ultra Knowledge, the team behind the awesome technology that powers Search Engine Watch index all of the tweets sent over the #SESNY hashtag and display them live at the conference. The data is then used to rank and visualize the relationships between the Top Tweeters, Most Active, Most Followed and Most Influential of people who tweeted on the #SESNY hashtag.
By far my favorite feature is the ability to input your Twitter handle and and get a list of recommendations based on your own set of friends.
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And here's a tip for you to get more links to your own blog. Some of the most popular posts are the simplest - why not browse through all of the Tweets and pick out the best tips shared at the conference and compile them in Storify? Make it a great post it is sure to get linked in one of the many event recap posts circulating the blogosphere.
Thanks for joining us at SES New York 2012 - hope to see you again next year!
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