You are doing a lot of work to prepare for TMS 2021, and you have meaningful and exciting information to share. Your presentation is important for disseminating your work, growing awareness of your expertise, and influencing the discipline’s future. So, why not let other people know about it?
Here are some items to help you spread the word via your existing networks. Before you get started, we recommend you read “How to promote your session or poster.“
Below are some examples of how you can share your achievement with your social media network and your institution/employer’s social media networks. Feel free to modify the wording so that it sounds more authentically, comes across as you, and showcases your enthusiasm.
Along with the image above, it is important to explain why it why presenting is important to you and/or why your friends and peers would be interested in this presentation.
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be presenting at TMS 2021 #APATech21 on [TOPIC]. [WHY THEY SHOULD CARE ABOUT THIS PRESENTATION] To join me, visit tms.apa.org.
My proposal was accepted, and I’ll be presenting on [TOPIC] at TMS 2021 #APATech21! Who will be there? You can learn more and register at convention.apa.org.
I’m looking forward to sharing my work on [TOPIC] with thousands of TMS 2021 #APATech21 attendees from across the field. [OR OTHER REASON WHY PRESENTING IS IMPORTANT TO YOU] Learn more and register at tms.apa.org. I hope you’ll join me!
Your employer, institution, or department can help you grow your audience through some simple outreach. To encourage them to promote your presentation, provide them with some sample social media language and the fourth image.
Congratulations [NAME]. who will be presenting on [TOPIC] at TMS 2021 #APATech21. To attend, visit tms.apa.org.
Announcement: [NAME] will be presenting on [TOPIC] at TMS 2021 #APATech21, the premier psychological science conference. [REASON THE WORK IS IMPORTANT] To attend, register at tms.apa.org.
Don’t miss my presentation on [TOPIC] at TMS 2021, Nov. 3-5. More information, tms.apa.org.