I’m still having conversations, online and offline, about the WordCamp here in Atlanta that we had just last weekend. In fact, I’m getting dinner with a bunch of those folks this coming week so we can continue the conversations and the collaboration!
There’s no end to WordPress community, seriously.
As we finish up though we’ve been trying to track down great pictures of the event and make sure that we can publicize them and get them the air time they deserve – because it was such an awesome event!
But walking through the hashtag #WCATL (WordCamp Atlanta’s hash) isn’t very fruitful nor is it very efficient – there has to be a better way! Fortunately, there is. Thank goodness.
What is Eventifier? It’s simple – it collects all the photos that it can find based on the event name and hashtag. That’s it. Done and done:
And you can try it for your next event. It’s only $19 for a one-time event and is pretty neat, if you ask me. You have the ability to archive the event and data, search through them to find the right pictures for your blog posts, real-time analytics as well as a dashboard for one of your volunteers to interact with some of the attendees.
It’s at least worth a look at your next WordCamp or Meetup event!
Check out Atlanta’s WordCamp Eventifier page for a great example.