So, because I’m a huge nerd (and I assumed others might be too) I thought folks might enjoy some information on #omtrsummit (aka the Adobe Omniture Summit 2011) on Twitter.
Half way through the opening session today (I’d say around 9.30AM Utah time) I started a hashtag archive using Twapper Keeper.
Some completely fun but not very actionable findings:
Approximately 17% of Summit Attendees tweeted: 441 unique usernames tweeted at least once, compared to 2600 attendees. (Note: I’m sort of assuming that if you didn’t tweet in the first day, you’re not likely to throughout the rest of Summit, but I’ll gladly check those findings on Friday!)
Top 10 Tweeters, in order of volume of total tweets:
Total 10 Tweeters, excluding retweets/via:
Oh yeah – and 1.4% of tweets on Day 1 included a reference to Charlie Sheen.
Surprised the number of sheen references isn’t higher:). I hope you don’t mind if I see you I might come introduce myself, would like to meet you.
… and because I’m a huge nerd, I’m recommending you check out Kevin Hillstrom’s new ebook, “Hashtag Analytics.” It is most applicable to ongoing hashtags (Kevin focuses on #blogchat, a weekly Twitter conversation).
Google the phrase “hashtag analytics” and you should find information about his book. My review of it on Social Media Explorer is in those results, and my be a good place to start, since Kevin does get pretty technical in his book.
Enjoy, Michele. I’m loving your blog.
How about all the people who tweeted saying they wished they were at #omtrsummit? Example: http://twitter.com/#!/randyzwitch/status/45486383200075776
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