Welcome to a quick guide on how to run a better event on G-Snap!. As you know by now, G-Snap!'s Snapcasting technology is a patent-pending technology created to enable a new type of social experience that pairs people and their passions to live events. This pairing is the ultimate way to build a community around a live event where interactivity and engagement are the name of the game.
1. Only cover the things that truly interest them.
2. Try to keep your comments to actual event details but don’t be afraid to interacting with the community. It’s up to you to judge how you’d like to strike that balance.
3. Utilize the "status" feature to communicate big events or status updates
1. Give your audience insight into the sights and smells of your event.
2. Communicate fan reactions to key events!
3. Provide the details that aren't possible to digest if you're watching on TV or simply not able to attend!
1. Consider adding an additional moderator if it gets too hectic.
2. Let the audience know if there is a break in the action or if you have to step away
3. Do you best to keep the gameclock and scoreboard accurate. Consider adding an additional moderator to help you manage it.
1. The more you media (photos, videos, audio), the more engaged your users will be and the longer they will stick around.
2. Use creative, engaging descriptions when uploading. An uploaded photo with a lousy description won't be clicked on!
3. Before you upload, makes sure your G-Snap! profile is up to date with the email address(es) you will be using to send your media emails.
1. Have a fully charged battery (and maybe a spare!)
3. If you have a 3G phone with wifi, consider jumping on to a wifi network as it will save battery life.
A more detailed version of this guide is available on the web at http://gsnap.com/liveblogging.html