Twitter Slowchat How To

Looking to participate in a Twitter Slow Chat, but not sure where to start? I've got you covered.

Step 1- Make a Twitter account and make sure it is public so others can read the responses you are contributing to the conversation.

Step 2- Find your chat. There are tons our there! Here is a great list to get started.

Step 3- Participate at the scheduled time using the #hashtag that the chat uses. All chats have their own hashtags.

Most chats use a Q1 A1 format. This means that when the chat starts, the host will post Question 1. To respond, start your tweet with "A1" and make sure you include the hashtag (#) for that particular chat.

A slow chat is exactly what it sounds like, a slowed down version of a typical chat. Most chats take place in 1 hour and include 6 questions. A slow chat is over days instead of minutes. A question is posted each day and throughout that entire day participants respond to the prompt as well as to each other.

To get the most out of the chat, search the hashtag at the top of your Twitter site and follow the most recent posts. Respond to other peopls, ask questions, and share your own ideas.

Looking to get started? Join us for #delachat slowchat, kicking off today!

Need help? Tweet me at @KammasKersch and I'd be happy to help you get started. Happy Chatting!



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