2010 Atlanta Family History Expo Bloggers of Honor Table
I had met most of the bloggers online prior to the conference, but it was even more exciting to meet them face-to-face. The Official Bloggers (also known as Bloggers of Honor) of the Family History Expo receive full registration benefits and have the following responsibilities:
- Pre-Conference: announce and promote the expo, sponsors, exhibitors, and activities, as well as share press releases.
- During Conference: share daily happenings at expo, share blogging tips with attendees, and highlight websites, tools, and discoveries made.
- After Conference: Summarize overall conference experience.
So as I prepare for the conference, I am also preparing for the blogging tasks by looking at new social media tools and new features in Twitter and Blogger. One of the new tools I’m looking at is called Storify which I found on the blog of fellow Blogger of Honor, Linda McCauley of Documenting the Details. Storify is a website that creates and preserves stories or timelines using social media, photos and videos and I like the way that Linda has used it to document the story of other genealogy conferences. Click here for a sample of how Linda used Storify at the 2012 Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) Conference.
To others who have served as official bloggers at any genealogy conference, what other tools or tips do you have to share with the 2012 Atlanta Family History Expo Bloggers of Honor?