Social Wall at Event : Success Story
Use case: EM LYON
Dialogfeed is proud to be used by many schools worldwide. A recent example is how EM LYON, a top world business school actively used a social wall to display public and attendees social media posts.
EM LYON successfully used Dialogfeed to display posts from audience with the hashtag #WeAreEmLyon at their events such as conferences or shows.
See below our live wall for this top 12 Business School graduates ceremony !
Big screen, big effect.
Where to use a Instagram & Twitter Wall at your event ?
What kind of event: short events such as tradeshow, conference, keynote or meeting) but also permanent events such as corporate offices, public hall or company pause rooms
How to display it at the event: on one or several TV or a projector. Just connect a computer to them and display a URL on a browser.
What can be done on your website: embed the social wall on an event page or on the event website. No additional cost !
How does the Live Event Social Wall work ?
Which social media content is captured ? In live events, people are usually posting on Twitter and Instagram their impressions and photos. You can display then a Twitter wall, an Instagram wall or a social wall with all.
How to get public content: just ask your attendees to insert your #hashtag in their posts. Posts are automatically aggregated by Dialogfeed and displayed on the social wall directly or after your approval through the back office.
Display the social wall: on your screen, your audience posts are displayed and updated !
Benefits for any event
Increase public engagement: get your attendees & audience excited and engaged by showing their Twitter or Instagram in real time to everyone.
Make your event fun and social: show your publicTweets & Instagram photos to inspire your passive audience onsite or on Internet. Encourage attendees to share photo and see it on screen.
Build your event contest interactiveness: organise an event competition by asking attendees to take photos and reward them with prizes
Promote your pre-event and post-event on Internet: enable your web audience to follow the buzzwith social feeds on Twitter or Instagram and spread the word around your event.