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Tips for sharing your SPIE Optics + Optoelectronics conference
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Leverage your network

We want you to get the most out of your participation in SPIE events—that's why we are encouraging you to share your involvement. Those who share their participation in at least some form are more likely to have a successful event experience and help attract others for further learning, collaboration, and discussion.

Share what you're doing with your network

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Tips and tricks to promote your work and the conference — get the most out of your participation with SPIE by sharing what you are doing with your network.

Tips for Chairs: example posts for sharing

Now that the programme is available, take advantage of your network to encourage their attendance at your conference. Tag potentially interested colleagues on LinkedIn, or ask organizations to share your conference via Twitter. Check out these example posts to get started.


Example 1:

Twitter Logo I will be presenting my latest results as part of the upcoming #SPIEOptoelectronics conference. My talk is part of the Emerging Technologies track. Register to see what I’ve been working on!


Example 2:

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Will you be attending #SPIEOptoelectronics? Come to hear the most recent advances in laser technology worldwide beginning 19 April. This is where results that drive Europe's most exciting advances in photonics, and the most ambitious extreme light projects are shared. I can't wait to be a co-chair for the first time at this key event!


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Be sure to tag your content #SPIEOptoelectronics