Top 20 Tweeters at AACC Annual Through Wednesday April 9, 2014

Meaningful social collisions are still flying of the devices for AACC Annual.  If you didn’t become engaged in the conversation here are some resources to help during your next conference or event:

  1.  Intro to Twitter for Attendees at the 94th Annual AACC 2014 Conference
  2. 10 Reasons to Tweet at a Conference
  3.  Could you Tweet that Please:  Twitter Tips for Conference Presenters
  4. 8 Tips for Using Twitter to Create Engagement at a Conference

Here are the Top Twenty Tweeters (The Triple T Club) at AACC Annual 2014 through Wed April 9.   Again some of our most social presidents are also on the list. If you haven’t followed some of these folks maybe now is the time.  I would love to hear from you on your favorite, most useful or most insightful Tweet so far.  Either Tweet me at @kentbrooks or post to the comments here:

Through Wednesday April 9, 2014

I will be looking at this data over the next few days and do a few comparisons from last year.  Looks like it was a great conference.  Thanks for all the engagement.  I hope I can make it next year.

Finally, below  is another look at the “Must Follow” Community College CEO’s on Twitter.  We have added a few extras in the blog posts over the past week.  They are well worth following as well if you are a community college practitioner.  Have a great day.

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Other Twitter Blog Posts by Kent Brooks:

That’s all for now.  See you in San Antonio. (2345)

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