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The MMS 2012 Twitter Army participants

Its taken a bit to compile this list, but here’s the list of participants we have on record as part of the Twitter Army at MMS 2012.  These are the folks who helped produce an enormous amount of additional opinion, rumors, and content during the event.  The idea here is that you should jump out to each one and give them a follow on Twitter.  If we missed anyone, i.e., you don’t see your handle on the list, let us know and we’ll add it.  Or, if you see your handle misspelled (sorry, but some of you have horrible handwriting!) let us know that, too, and we’ll get it fixed.  Also, if you participated in the Twitter flood of information at MMS 2012, but didn’t get a chance to join the Twitter Army this year due to the horribly long registration lines on Monday, and you want more followers, we’ll throw your name in the mix, too.

Incidentally, the list below was the pool from which the grand prize winner of the SolarWinds Vespa was selected.

To make it even easier next year, we’re working on a way to automate participation.  Stay tuned as we’re always evolving and improving one of the best social outreach vehicle for events.

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A community professional, keynoter, and evangelist who has driven social media and marketing strategies, editorial successes, delivered customer successes and built some of the largest and longest-running online communities. Rod has created, managed and grown small, medium, and mega-sized conferences; run entire editorial teams to deliver record traffic and market leadership; as product manager, directed the success of hundreds of product releases; supported sales and marketing to ensure customer success; developed, run and sold businesses; written thousands of technical articles, white papers, case studies, and technical documentation; hosted and delivered hundreds of attendance shattering webinars and virtual tradeshows; and delivered keynote speeches and sessions at a wide variety of events including conferences, webinars, events, and user groups.


  1. Took me 45 minutes to follow everyone on Twitter!

  2. I know I helped to bump the tweet master (Rod) out of first place for the number of tweets during mms but I do not see my handle in the list @rogertruss

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