It aims at analyzing also what can be the difficulties and what are the requirements when it comes to content creation and content management.
Last week was really interesting because I experienced my first difficulties in managing this blog while I was away in Honk Kong!
A few personnal obstacles
I had the chance to attend to Online Marketing, Social Media& Mobile in Asia 2015 in Hong-Kong in order to collect insights and best practices regarding online strategies by major tourism industry leaders in Hon Kong (to learn more about the event click here)
This event was really valuable to me and I’ve already shared in my previous posts a few takeaways about social media and mobile trends in Asia. You can by the way have a look at it by clicking here!
Unfortunately I had to face two main obstacles during my week away from home!
Bruce Lee was not one of these difficulties!
Jet lag is one of the main reason for which it was hard for me to be fresh enough to blog during my free time. Even if there is an app for that, I would say having a nap sometime could have helped but would not have been really appropriate when I felt the jet lag coming!
Intestinal infection is the second! In spite I’ve traveled a lot in asia I’ve never had to suffer this. Well, I would say, now it’s done even if of course I did not remember to have put this on my bucketlist!
Maybe I should not have eaten this chicken feet soup. I don’t usually post pictures of my food but of course people do it all the time on Instagram for instance 🙂
Time to analyze and create during the conference
Besides I use the remaining time I have during the conference for live tweeting
I’m really fond of livetweeting some of the events I attend to. It is a real benefit to me because Twitter helps you to focus on key elements and take aways you can more easily integrate, understand and memorize.
I also like to it because it helps to have some feedbacks or identified potential key acquaintances within the audience or located elsewhere.
The smoothie was amazing!!!!
You can create contact with them more easily and with less randomly that just saying hello to the first personn you meet in the conference during a break. Indeed, when you usually have networking moments during an event, even if you might have a list of attendees or speakers, you don’t necessarily know people and decide to connect randomly. In that case live tweeting could allow you to connect with people you’ve not targeted yet.
Finally, the time left was then useful first to have some rest, recover and then to be back home!
How to be back on track?
As I’ve just mentionned it, I think live tweeting might be an interesting leverage in order to create some pieces of content about events that requires time but which could be really valuable!
Also, I didn’t do it but it would have been wise to post intermediary posts, shorter than the current articles in order to maintain the efforts of content curation and creation during my travel on the blog: infographics could be really useful for that. It could have been programmed and might have necessarily created more visibility than none in the meanwhile!
I would insist on that: scheduling the future posts is key. More than a week in advance could also be a solution. I will try to prepare my communication in consequences in the future. This is alos a good opportunity to work on more analyzed content for my articles and to be a little bit less in a hurry. A way to log out 🙂
What about you? What would be your advice?