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I'd LOVE to hear your what you think about social media and events or about Event Camp. Have you experienced anything like this. Do you think social media will spur more events or will people just use virtual events as a way to avoid actually traveling to events.

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  • Awesome post, Jenise. It was so wonderful to meet you and Traci F2F and everyone else. What an amazing weekend for us all!

    EventCamp was life-changing. . . plain simple.

    I can’t wait to see you and everyone else again.

    Thank you for being a great friend and mentor and keep up the great work!

  • I know EXACTLY what you mean, Jenise! I was so excited to attend EventCamp 2010 and meet all of my Twitter friends in real life. Because that is what I consider the #eventprofs community…my friends. They cheer on my accomplishments, they understand my frustrations, they share their knowledge with me, they support me when I need a virtual shoulder, and they keep me laughing with all of their silly tweets. I have never felt so comfortable walking into a room full of people I have technically never met before…and my Twitter friends instantly morphed into real life ones!

    Ah…the power of relationships!!

  • Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by lyksumlikrish: Thoughts on #EC10 and how social media creates a NEED for events http://bit.ly/ahunsg #eventprofs…

  • I still get chills thinking about it. You, for instance, are an amazingly engaging and interesting presence on Twitter, but in real life you are so much more! It was a wonderful experience, especially knowing that you all are my friends.

  • Life-changing is definitely the way to describe it. It’s so great to have you as a friend, Christina. You are a real inspiration. Wish we didn’t have to wait another year to meet again!

  • What a wonderful post Jenise!

    You captured perfectly, the essence of what I think, we all feel, that were in NYC.

    The Event Camp was more about the long overdue face to face connection of a very tight nit group of like minded people, than anything else. Yes, there was some great educational moments, but what this event demonstrated, more than anything else, is the power of face to face meetings, and the importance of human interaction.

    It also showed that social media connections do in fact lead to live meetings. I would not know any of you had I not engaged myself in Twitter a year ago, and I feel so much more complete as a person, having done so.

    These initial online connections have morphed into lifelong meaningful relationships, all because of one special weekend!

    Thanks for the article!

    @michaelmccurry

  • Hi Jenise,

    This is a great post, Jenise! It was a pleasure to meet you. Not only do you have the best twitter name – but you are equally genuine, interesting and giving in person! (you are #EIR)

    I wasn’t sure what would happen – once we unmasked everyone’s avatar. Afterall F2F communication is 90% non-verbal. Would their body language, etc. be the same? Would some people be taller or smaller than I imagined? Voices deeper or higher? I definitely wanted to be there to find out!

    Everyone that I met looked more or less like their avatar. Which made them easier to spot and pick out. Also, they were as authentic in person as they seem to be on twitter. This was the coolest part of the experience to me.

    I really, really enjoyed it. Event Camp rocks!

  • Jenise:

    Fantastic post and you captured the spirit, energy and emotions of the event perfectly. One of my only regrets is that I did not get to spend more time talking with you personally. I guess we’ll have to make EventCamp 2011 longer and do it then or at another f2f event where we can catch up!!

    After this event, I’m convinced that social media, online relationships and virtual lead people to want to connect at the F2F event.

    So glad you came. It would not have been the same without you. Glad to be in your tribe!

  • Mike

    I completely agree. It’s amazing that “lifelong meaningful relationships” can come from communicating with people 140 characters at a time. I only wish we had had more time.

    Sam,

    You’re right. As far as the way people looked, I was surprised by how much better people looked in person. I think it must have something to do with that life spark we were talking about at lunch. It’s hard to capture in an avatar. Thank you so much for the kind words about me. I found you to be all those things too and very accessible. I’ve been a big fan of you, Jeff and Mike as bloggers for a long time and it’s been so wonderful to find that you all are so engaging in person.

    Jeff,

    Thanks so much Jeff! I really think we are on the same page here. While I agree that not all virtual communities will lead to face to face events, I really do feel that there will be more face to face meetings BECAUSE of social media, more than there would have been without it. And for lots of reasons (business definitely being one of them) that gets me excited.

  • [...] • Jenise Stout Fryatt (@lyksumlikrish) – Icon Presentations Blog – Thoughts on #EC10 and how social media creates a NEED for events http://icon-presentationsblog.com/thoughts-on-ec10-and-how-social-media-creates-a-need-for-events/ [...]

  • Jenise, wonderful, wonderful post! I feel such creativity and energy from the #eventprofs community! The #eventprofs community means so much to so many people. It is a online community filled with GENEROUS, charismatic people that enjoy sharing their knowledge and “Ideas that Fuel!” The #eventprofs community created by Lara and embraced by many is PROOF that F2F meetings, events and unconferences are not dead but CAN BE and ARE being enhanced by social media networking.

    Thank you Jenise and all #eventprofs for sharing your personal experiences and knowledge gained at Event Camp 2010.

    And Jenise thank you so much for your kind words. I ADORE you and have learned SO MUCH from you, words can not even express. Looking fwd to finally meeting you F2F when I make my way to Palm Springs!

    Also just an FYI to all #eventprofs…since I am used to people meeting me for the first time and wanting to pick me up and swing me around, shocked at my size…I am a shade under 5ft. Consider yourself warned:)

  • Lindsay,

    Thank you for the WONDERFUL comment. I share your enthusiasm for this warm, nurturing community. I have to say that going to Event Camp really made tangible the idea that it is, in fact, a community. But you were SORELY missed. And I’m shocked to learn of your diminutive stature. You certainly are a giant when it comes to marketing and social media!! REALLY looking forward to meeting you F2F.

  • Great summary Janise and I cannot tell you how grateful I was you let me crash with you Saturday night. This group is filled with generosity and it’s evident all the time. Something I’ll never take for granted but will always cherish!

  • Traci,

    I liked you before we met face to face, but now I really know how funny, knowledgeable and kind you are. Your being snowed in was a lucky break for me! I got to know you a lot better. Can’t wait till the next Event Camp!

  • Great job Janise with this post. I enjoyed our conversation and look forward to seeing you again!

    mike

  • Thanks Mike. I’m looking forward to that too!

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