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How to Get the Most Out of OC17 Using Social Media

Using Twitter, Facebook and/or Instagram during OC17 is a great way to enhance your experience—whether you’re attending in Atlanta, or through our Live Stream. Here’s a rundown of where and how you can catch up with us.

Orange Leaders Blog

You’re accustomed to reading helpful leadership articles and event information from Orange Leaders blog. During conference, you’ll still receive detailed information about OC17, as well as information about Orange Tour 2017 and Orange Conference 2018, so check the blog daily.

Social Media Accounts to Follow

Whether you’re a preschool leader or a NextGen leader, Orange Leaders has accounts for you to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and beyond. In addition to our brand accounts, our Orange Specialists each have Twitter accounts where you can connect, share, and learn helpful insights. Click here to see all of the Orange social media channels.

Hashtag

A hashtag is a means by which you can follow a subject matter or conversation on social media channels such as Twitter, Facebook (public posts), Instagram, Google+ and more. A hashtag is our connection to you across social channels. It’s how ministry leaders and Orange hears your ideas, questions, and insights. Every time you use the hashtag for The Orange Conference—#OC17—there’s a group of leaders listening and learning from you. Join the conversation!

Be aware that no person or company can “own” a hashtag. Therefore anyone can use a hashtag for any material they choose to publish. Orange takes no responsibility for unseemly content published using any of these promoted hashtags.

Twitter Searches to Follow

Whether you have a Twitter account or not, you can still follow the Twitter conversation by following searches.

To follow a search, simply go to www.Twitter.com, search for the name, subject or hashtag you wish to follow, and bookmark the search. Refreshing the bookmarked search page will allow you to stay on top of the most recent posts for your desired topic.

Tip: At the top of the search page, you can choose to view the “Top” posts for your search, or you can choose to see “Live” posts for your search—what’s happening right now for your particular search term.

Recommended Searches For Those Attending OC17:

Twitter: #OC17

Instagram: Using the search feature indicated by the magnifying glass in the app, you can search for names, hashtags and subjects to see recent posts.

Facebook: In the search function at the top of the newsfeed, enter any search term or hashtag to find related posts.

Recommended Searches for Those Not Attending OC17:

Twitter: #OC17Live – You’ll be watching the Live Stream at home, right? See below for details.

Instagram: Using the search feature indicated by the magnifying glass in the app, you can search for names, hashtags and subjects to see recent posts.

Facebook: In the search function at the top of the newsfeed, enter any search term or hashtag to find related posts.

Twitter Lists to Follow

Each Twitter user has the ability to create lists of people from which they want to see posts. Orange Leaders has created a couple of lists you can follow that you may find useful.

If you have a Twitter account, you can “subscribe” to lists so that you have access to only that particular group of Twitter accounts via your “Lists” menu. To find the Orange Leaders’ lists, go to Twitter.com/OrangeLeaders, click “Lists.” Next, click the list name, and on the left, click to subscribe. Subscribing to lists gives you access to this group’s updates via your Lists menu in your account.

How to access/view Twitter accounts without opening a Twitter account.

If you’re not interested in following lists, or bookmarking searches, you can still find information from your favorite authors or speakers on Twitter without having an account—provided the person you want to view has a public account.

To read a public Twitter account, go to Twitter.com and search for the person’s name or email address, if you have it. Or, if you have the person’s account handle, for example @OrangeLeaders, simply add /OrangeLeaders (removing the at-symbol, @, and replacing it with a forward slash, /) to the end of www.Twitter.com. To go to the Orange Leaders account page without having an account, in your browser’s URL address bar, type www.Twitter.com/orangeleaders.

Live Stream (and OC17Live hashtag)

Once again, we are excited to offer non-attendees a Live Stream experience throughout OC17. Watch from the comfort of your home or office or favorite restaurant—provided that Wi-Fi is available.

Be sure to RSVP today, and watch this blog for updates and the soon-to-be-released schedule!

However you choose to connect, we hope we’ll hear from you online!

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