CNN iReporter Chris Morrow films “Future of Twitter” at the Cool Twitter Conference

by Angie A. Swartz on July 16, 2009

On July 15, CNN iReporter Chris Morrow visited the Cool Twitter Conference at Croces in San Diego where I was speaking. (The conference was terrific. Read Marketing Melodie’s Live Blogging coverage for more info.)

Reporter Chris Morrow came to ask a few of the Speakers their thoughts about what the future holds for Twitter.  Watch the report above and see what you think.

Now that you’ve watched the video and heard from us, what do YOU think the future will hold for Twitter?

  • Will Twitter live to be older than the average age of most social networks of 5 years? (Twitter is 3 years old now)
  • Will Twitter Win a Nobel Peace Prize? (You can vote Here)
  • Will Twitter be Man of the Year as suggested by Bob Rice?

Leave your comments below and tell us your thoughts around these options and many others! And keep your eyes open, Chris’ video just might end up on your TV on CNN.

I’ll be interviewing Chris Morrow about her career as a freelance journalist and her use of twitter on Boost Your Business Radio with my Cohost Rieva Lesonsky on July 29 at 11am PST.  Come listen–her daily travels are fascinating! How many people do you know who interview people while traveling in a private helicopter?

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Melodie 07.16.09 at 12:57 pm

Thanks so much for the pingback on my blog. I really loved that you made your speech interactive at the Cool Twitter Conferences! It gave the room a nice burst of energy after being at a conference all day! Perfect way to conclude.

.-= Melodie´s last blog ..Cool Twitter Conferences World Tour in Full Swing =-.

Joanna Seetoo Schiele 07.20.09 at 8:30 pm

So great to meet you guys at the Cool Twitter Conference! I hope we get to see each other again soon.
All the best, Joanna

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