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Do you know what a tweet chat is? Also sometimes referred to
as a “Twitter party,” a tweet chat is a live discussion that happens on
Twitter; tweets in the discussion thread are identified by the use of a common
hashtag (for example, #nptech is a common hashtag used to discuss nonprofit technology topics).
Tweet chats are held to bring Twitter users together to have a
discussion on a pre-designated topic, sometimes functioning as a means to
provide online training on a subject.
Organizing a tweet chat is easy and a great way to provide
your Twitter followers with a reason to come together, connect, share, and learn.
If you’ve never organized a tweet chat, the steps outlined below provide the
guide you need:
Have you run a tweet chat at your organization? If so, share any other tips on how you run your Twitter events in the comments section below! You can also visit pre-event posts and recaps from some of our recent tweet chats to see topics we've covered and tweets we've highlighted as examples of how we share our events.
Susan ChavezOnline Community & Social Media Team, TechSoup Global@Susan_Chavez
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