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Tips for authors on sharing their Optics + Photonics participation

Congratulations – your conference manuscript was accepted! Now it is time to get the word out about your presentation. Use LinkedIn or Twitter to share the news of your upcoming presentation with colleagues and peers. Include a link to the conference website and post a message. Here are some example to get started.

Twitter My manuscript was accepted for #SPIEsstro 2020! Come see my talk in Yokohama on 18 June at 8.30 AM. bit.ly/SPIEastro #gravitationalwaves #imaging
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Twitter I'm excited to announce that I will be speaking at #SPIEastro 2020! My team and I will share our latest research on advanced photon counting techniques on 19 June at 3.00 PM. bit.ly/SPIEastro
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Twitter I will be giving a presentation titled “XX” at #SPIEastro 2020 in Yokohama, Japan this June. Let me know if you plan to attend the conference! I'd love to connect before the event.
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