Whether you’ll be there in person, or you’re participating online, we want you to take part in all the 2012 NTC buzz. Here’s how:
Insider tip: Don’t miss the hilarious cartoon blogging sponsored by our friends at Rally.
The NTC conversation on Twitter is already picking up speed. You can follow along with this handy hashtag guide:
- #12NTC: The main tag for the conference. #12NTC pulls in chatter and official updates
- #12NTCRadio: New to 12NTC, use #12NTC radio to send your music requests and dedications to your favorite nptechies. We’ll show the Twitter stream as we play the music in the Grand Ballroom before plenaries and lunches.
- #12NTCOpen: Follow the most current topics at the 12NTC with the tag for our Open Salons. Learn more about how to hack your conference.
- Session tags: Each session has it’s own hashtag. (You can find this in parentheses after the session title.) All session tags start with #12NTC.
Insider Tip: Don’t forget to follow @NTENorg for all the official updates and conference news.
Like NTEN on Facebook, then join the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference event to make sure you catch all the updates coming out of the conference. We’ll post conference news, photos, and more throughout the week.
Insider Tip: Stay tuned at lunch time on Thursday, April 5 to see who wins NTEN’s annual Lifetime Achievement Award and Community Award.
Did you know we have a YouTube channel? We’ll be taking and sharing videos throughout the conference. So, even if you can’t be there, subscribe to our channel to see all the action in San Francisco.
Insider Tip: There’s already great NTC content on our channel! Check out the NTC Session Previews playlist to watch Holly’s video podcasts with NTC speakers.
Every year NTC attendees post their photos to flickr with the conference tag. Just search 12NTC on flickr to browse the conference stream and see what attendees are up to.
Insider Tip: NTEN has our own booth at the Science Fair! How is this related to flickr, you ask? It’s a photo booth! Featuring vintage technology for you to pose with (think floppy disc). Check out the photos online post-NTC.
If you’re registered for the event, in person or online, you have access to myNTC, the online conference community. Besides being the perfect place to find other attendees and plan your schedule (more on how to do that here), myNTC streamlines our social content for us.
Check out the RSS feed of NTEN’s NTC related blog posts on the homepage, which is also pulling in the Twitter feed. Each session page pulls in the unique feed for that session as well. Even if you don’t have a Twitter account, you can participate in the discussion by posting on that page in the “chatter”. If you do have your social accounts synced with your myNTC accounts, just check the boxes below “chatter” to post to your Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.
Insider Tip: Head to “My Page” then “edit” and scroll to the bottom to sync your accounts with your myNTC profile.
We can't wait to see you in person and online for the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference! Do you have tips to add to this list? Share them below.