Lots of people lately have posted really great posts on how they manage and participate in Twitter chats. Instead of reinventing the wheel, I thought I would share links to some of the ones I liked.
It’s the conversation and information exchange that makes the online chats work for me; the more you give, the more you get; so often whatever connections I make during the chats continue into other online encounters, and some even have morphed into off-line relationships. My mother used to say, “life is meeting people” and there is no shortage of “meeting people” in the online chat world. There is so much we can learn from each other, and there are so many to learn from.
Many others claim the chats are a great educational experience – maybe one of the best social opportunities that any social media platform has to offer. While the chats seem like merely a more intense version of Twitter, participating in an organized Twitter chat is very different from regular tweeting with hashtags.
A quick video on how I set-up my #blogchat “Command Central”. Hopefully you can use the info to squeeze more out of the next #blogchat event.