Hashcaster provides a unique service to event planners by posting moderated Twitter feeds on a well-designed web page. This was the first time that a live video feed would also appear on a Hashcaster page. “Although we maintained a website for the event, Hashcaster proved to be a far easier platform to update and provide timely information to spectators.
At ad:tech New York last year, while there were plenty of conversations happening on the expo floor, there was also a lot of chatter happening in the Twitter-sphere as well.
Back in June we brought you this story about Canadian startup Hashcaster. Hashcaster provides a curation, and measurement (analytics) platform for event coordinators to manage their social media graph. It really comes in handy when gauging the effect of marketing, [...]
Improve the event experience—for both attendees and planners—with these new and updated products. New apps and software for the event industry are hitting the market daily. Some are improvements on existing services (an easier way to do a Webcast), while [...]
Almost as soon as event organizers began to see the value of using hashtags to organize tweets related to an event, applications began to pop up to make the information sharing more user-friendly. Thus, we’ve seen Twitterfalls, hashtag archivers and tweet curation platforms with varying degrees of adoption by event professionals.
Knowing that trying to follow fast-moving Twitter #hashtags can be like “drinking out of a fire hose,” Toronto tech entrepreneur Geoff Clendenning developed a new way for event marketers to curate and influence social media conversations and measure response in real-time.
I remember the days as a kid at Pine Forest Camp in Greeley Pennsylvania. At the end of the 8 weeks of sleep away camp we’d all gather around the Netsie Playhouse to see who won the coveted camper awards. Fast forward to 2012 and we’re not talking about a nice sleep away camp for jewish boys and girls, we’re talking about a cutthroat and fierce competition between social media companies, called Social Media Camp.
What people are saying about Hashcaster! This is a collection of tweets from Hashcaster users.
Toronto startup Hashcaster snaps up “Most Innovative Social Media Product or Technology” at the West Coast Social Media Awards (via PR Newswire) TORONTO, June 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — On Friday June 8th, the winners of the “Coasties” were announced by [...]
The co-founders of Social Media Camp, Chris Burdge and Paul Holmes, are pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 West Coast Social Media Awards, also known as “Coasties”.