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Happenings at ICBA Community Banking Live 2014

By Ann Chen

5 Ways To Stay ConnectedConvention Mobile App: Get convention information literally at your fingertips—workshop speaker bios, Techworld map, videos and more! Search “ICBA” in the Apple App Store or Google Play.

Twitter: Stay up-to-date on all convention happenings by following @ICBA and hashtag #ICBALive14. Tweet at us with questions and comments.

Facebook: Go to www.facebook.com/icbaorg for daily photo highlights as well as fun candid photos and videos.

LinkedIn: Follow our Company Page (linkedin.com/company/icba) status updates to keep up with convention happenings.

YouTube: Following the event, all general session speeches, videos and slideshows will be posted on our Community Bank Channel (youtube.com/communitybankchannel).

While ICBA Community Banking LIVE 2014 is taking place, look out for reminders to tweet, post and share your perspectives and thoughts on social media! Here are several ways to stay connected.

Heads up! New this year, the social media Twitter screen will now be nine, 55-inch flat-screen TVs located outside the hotel’s Coral Ballroom where the majority of convention events are taking place. The wall of screens will feature videos, photos and all of the virtual happenings taking place during convention. Your tweet or photo may show up there, so be on the lookout!

Tweet and win! Back by popular demand, you can win a free 2015 convention registration by tweeting with the hashtag, #ICBALive14. Don’t miss your chance and tweet today! For more information on the contest, go to icba.org/convention and click on the Engage tab.

Social Media 101 miniseries: Not sure how to live tweet a workshop? Have questions about a Twitter chat? Check out Social Media 101, a video miniseries focused on tips and tricks to participating in social media at Community Banking LIVE. Go to the convention mobile app and click “Videos” to access.

Tweetup, meetup! For advanced, beginner and non-users, Tweetups are a place for community banking advocates to meet, network and educate one another on social media. Learn about how to get started, receive resources on tweeting and social media 101 as well as meet others who have an established presence.

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