I thought you might be interested in some statistics from the Salt Lake City 2009 Family History Expo Twitter coverage. I assembled these from http://twapperkeeper.com/FHX09-SLC . These numbers apply to tweets containing the hashtag #FHX09-SLC.
|First tweet (in the archive)||Wednesday 26th of August 2009 10:58:45 PM|
|Last tweet (in the archive)||Friday 4th of September 2009 07:24:49 PM|
|Number of tweets||971|
|Tweets addressed to another tweeter||10|
Tweets were posted by 30 different tweeters! Hats off to Renee Zamora (rzamor1) and Gena Philibert Ortega (WVRNewsletter/genaortega) for their excellent coverage of conference sessions.
There were 8 different sources used to post tweets:
My favorite exchange
|AncestryInsider Hi, Renee! (She tried to run me down in the crosswalk outside, but I was too fast for her! :-) #fhx09-slc |
Fri, 28 Aug 2009 08:17:08
|AncestryInsider (I should call her @rzamor1 instead of Renee.) #fhx09-slc |
Fri, 28 Aug 2009 08:21:10
|rzamor1 You talking to me, @AncestryInsider? #fhx09-slc |
Fri, 28 Aug 2009 08:23:04
|rzamor1 Yes I did almost run you down, @AncestryInsider, but I controlled myself! #fhx09-slc |
Fri, 28 Aug 2009 08:24:18 in reply to AncestryInsider
This article is the first in a series of session reports from the recent 2009 Salt Lake City Family History Expo taken from my live tweets of the event. Please see my Tweeting Presentations Policy for further information, including the formatting guidelines I attempt to follow and instructions for correcting errors.
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