3 unexpected ways Twitter can enhance your speech

Do you tweet audio samples, research conferences your audience likes, or encourage listeners to tweet snippets of your speech? If not, read on to see why you should.

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Have you gotten used to an audience full of tweeters? Do you solicit questions on Twitter before your speech? Do you use Twitter to promote your presentation and share follow-up information after it’s over?

That’s great if you do, but there’s much more Twitter can do to enhance your public speaking and your audience’s experience. Here are three unexpected options for speakers on Twitter:

1. Tweet audio samples from your speech. Mashable lists six free services that offer ways to share audio in a tweet.

Using audio to enhance your Twitter stream before and after a speech is a natural advantage for speakers. Make sure you record yourself, tweet a couple of great audio clips after the speech, or record some thoughts to share with your followers before or after you speak.

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