Full vs. Self Service Tweetwalls

Last Updated on September 28, 2018

One of the decisions that you have to make when having a Tweetwall at your event is whether you would like to go self service or full service. The main factors in deciding which one comes down to how you want the Tweetwall to look, the support you need during the event, and how hands-off you want to be.  Either way, Tweetwall is a great way to really hit home the social aspect of any kind of event, whether it be a wedding or large tech conference.

So, what’s the difference between a self-service and a full service Tweetwall?

Full Service:

You get a custom designed Tweetwall to perfectly match your event and branding. You can customize any aspect of it, from simple style changes, all the way up to fully custom transitions and interactions. There are some limits, but your dedicated account manager can help you work through any of them.

You get a dedicated account manager to help you every step of the way with any question that you may have before, during, and after your event. This person is always just a text, call, or email away and is there to help with anything you need, from coordinating the design process of creating your Tweetwall to blocking a pesky user or doing a quick change with a logo—whatever you need, they are there for you!

Priced at a flat $299 USD, per event day and has a one-time $1,000 setup fee.

Self Service:

Be up and running in less than 5 minutes.

Use Tweetwall’s easy layout builder to customize your Tweetwall to your liking.

Priced at $39 USD, per event day. Optionally you can upgrade to full moderation for an additional $29/day and remove the Tweetwall logo for an additional $49/day.

No matter which way you go, all events have great features like being able to monitor Twitter and Instagram, show images from hundreds of services, and great post event stats.

We are always happy to help you decide which one is best for you for your upcoming event. If you’re leaning towards a full service Tweetwall, just start your free consultation, and if you’re leaning towards a self service Tweetwall, go ahead and create an account and build out your Tweetwall—we can always convert it to a full service Tweetwall if you find it doesn’t offer what you need.