Future of Twitter in San Fran with CEO Ryan Holmes
HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes is San Francisco-bound to speak on a panel at OMMA Social event at the Nikko Hotel on January 26.
Here’s the blurb about the event:
All in all, OMMA Social San Francisco will lay the groundwork for what looks to be the biggest year yet in social media, a medium that’s already seen some very big years. We hope to see you there!
OMMA Social is designed to guide marketing and media professionals through the constantly-shifting terrain of social media. This one-day conference will address social marketing challenges and provide insights into how to make social networking work for companies now, and in the future.
He’ll participate in a panel called: “The Twitter Clients Speak: Where Third-Party Twitter Developers Think the Platform Is Going” along with Somrat Niyogi, CEO & Founder, Bazaar Labs, Mathieu Thouvenin, Product Manager, Seesmic and moderated by Justin Thorp, Director of Community, Clearspring.
Here’s the gist of the panel:
As one of the most closely-watched social media platforms ever, what lies in Twitter’s future is the subject of constant speculation. How will it monetize itself? Has its growth maxed out? What new services are being developed both within Twitter, and among developers, to keep it on the cutting edge of social media? How will the addition of a geolocation tool change how Twitter is used? On this panel, we talk to some people with highly-educated opinions about the future of Twitter: developers of some of the service’s most popular applications.
Be sure to say hello when if see him and let him know what you think of HootSuite.
Photo credit: Ryan Holmes speaking at BCAIM event