A Blogger’s Guide to Speed Dating
We are excited to be hosting TBEX ’12 at the Keystone Conference Center in Keystone, Colorado. We are providing our attendees with an opportunity to connect with each other through the use of Presdo Match. You will have received a welcome letter, and before you dive in, we would like you to review this guide on how to fill out your profile.
We’ve come up with a profile template that will allow everyone to easily access important information in order to facilitate scheduling appointments. This will be automatically uploaded into your profile with a few pieces of the information already filled in from your registration information, but please be sure to review it and make sure it is accurate.
Job Title, etc.
City, State or City, Country
This will be populated per your registration type
Niches, Destinations of Interest
Important Note: To optimize searches, please use these preset niches.
|Arts & Culture||Culinary||People with Disabilities|
|Consumer Issues||Hostelling||Walking Tours|
Other Blog/Website URL’s:
Other Writing Outlets:
Destinations of Interest:
Do you have an editorial calendar?
Current editorial needs:
**After this primary information, please enter any other information you would like to include in your profile.
enter twitter ID
Edit more of the profile:
this gives you the option to edit any additional information.
Using Presdo for Speed Dating
Location: Columbine Ballroom (Expo Floor)
Date & Time: Sunday, June 17th, 10:15 AM – 12:15 AM
One on One meetings are preset at 10 minutes each – 8 minutes for the meeting and 2 minutes to get to your next appointment.
When you see a profile that interests you and would like to request a meeting, click on the CONTACT button in their profile and you will be given the option to Request a Meeting or Send a Message.
Request a Meeting – this function will send a request to the party you wish to meet with and show them the times you are both free. They will then accept or decline and you will be notified of their answer.
Send a Message – this function allows you communicate with each other in the system without setting up a meeting.