It has now been a couple of weeks, but let’s say I have not really had time to get bored… With a bit of travel and friends.

The event went well and we had more than 250 registrations. Of course, as always with online events, not everyone showed up. But still, I think we had around 150 attendees on the call. Quite pleasing for my first webcast.
Of course, I understand that I’m not the individual who brought most of the attendees. But having been with Karen Bartleson, Jim St Leger and Pat was a really great experience.
I also have to applaud Lori Kate for following the call AND tweeting about it all along.

During the event, we exchanged methods and experience with different existing tools.
I have to admit that I became a real fan of Hootsuite… With two main features missing, I am still using SocialOomph and bit.ly to deal with welcome message and address shortening.
A good example would be if you wish to get the slides from the presentation, you could go to http://bit.ly/TwCast where you could also listen to the recording. (Yes, you can personalise bit.ly URLs)

We received quite a few questions during the conference and was slightly disappointed we didn’t have time to address them all. I have to admit that we didn’t expect that much interest. Even if we knew it was a first in the business.

After the conference, I had the pleasure to answer a couple of questions through Twitter and would happily do it again or through comments if you have any.
I’m not pretending to be a Guru, but I simply enjoy sharing knowledge!

Thanks Patrick for the opportunity.