Chris Brogan recently wrote a post the continuing conversations of the online world. He first noticed it by chatting with someone else a conference, and discovering that there was the actual conference itself and then the conversation that took place online using Twitter. He’s also started using BrightKite again, which is a twitter-like application, but geographical location is one of the main focuses.
At the end of the post, Brogan had a list of way to create and continue the conversation online. Here are just a few:
- When you’re somewhere new, snap photos and post them to Flickr.
- Take photos of people at events and post the good ones. Add their names and companies to them.
- When you post photos in Flickr, when you can, add contextual information about where.
- Write reviews for places and services in Yelp.
- Add hash tags to specific presentations if you think Twitter will enhance it.
- Provide information about places. I tweet traffic jams.