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|The one day virtual event is FREE. Our Social Networking Industry Sponsor, PRINGO NETWORKS, is hosting the event for us.|
|USERPLANE will be providing the chat software (including Video Chat for those with webcams - we recommend webcams).|
View attendee profiles Introduce yourself and your business Send others messages Text chat with others Call or audio chat with other attendees (Must have a microphone with speakers or a PC headset) Video Chat with them. (Must have a webcam)
Time runs quickly at the event. Attendance moves rapidly in and out of rooms. Energy levels are high, and this makes if difficult, and sometimes impossible, to meet everyone at the 2013 Social Networking Conference. We wanted to make the event perform as best as possible for our delegates.
Introduce yourself to others Plan appointments for the event View the exhibitors and ask them questions.
1) A WebCam. These are fairly inexpensive and can be found anywhere.At the virtual event, you can choose to either be proactive by contacting others attending the event, or passive by letting other contact you. You can still do all the things you normally do in your office (answer calls, send email, play video games, etc :-). Just stay logged into the site from 8AM EST (1PM GMT) to 8PM EST (1AM GMT) so that people can contact you.
2) A PC Headset: If you don't have a webcam, a PC Headset is good to make audio calls.