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The Tinkham Veale University Center has a two-story multimedia wall by the entrance. This multi-touch video wall is a communication hub that brings students, staff, and faculty together.
Our two-story media wall, with its two social walls, keeps our campus community informed and connected. We get a lot of requests from all over campus, asking us to display specific department accounts or hashtags on the wall. The media wall is also an excellent selling point for conferences and workshops hosted at our venue. Event organizers love seeing content for their hashtags show up on the big screens.
Airmeet leveraged the integration between Walls.io and Snapbar to run a selfie contest at the From Events to Experiences Summit. The social wall was embedded into the Reception page and navigation panel during the live stream. During the opening keynote, the host invited people to take selfies with a Snapbar photo booth — all selfies were displayed on a social wall. The audience was invited to an interactive session right before the last presentation to vote for the best selfies using the Reactions feature. At the end of the event, 3 winners were chosen and announced.
The Austrian National Tourist Board uses social walls for B2C and B2B campaigns. They also leverage the Walls.io language filter by setting up country-specific social walls adapted to each country’s needs.
Social walls allow us to make user-generated content visible on our websites and convey the look and feel of our country. We can motivate users to post content, especially when we’re running campaigns with specific hashtags.The various walls in different languages make it easier for us to customise our content for each region and language and better target people in each country.
BizBash and 6Connex sat with event producers from some of the most coveted events of 2021 to discuss their top strategies and lessons learned. They embedded a social wall within the lobby, next to the photo booth, to collect and display attendees' selfies and social media content.