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Twitter Chats and Twitter Parties: What Is The Difference?

“Twitter Parties are great for company promotions and sales. Twitter Chats are great for branding and continued client engagement” -Deborah Anderson, SocialWebCafe.com.

Twitter Chats and Twitter Parties have their similarities. 12 more words

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Tweet Tweet Tweet goes the Twitter chat (2)

Which chat did you participate in?

Although I was slightly late to the chat I watched the Special Education Math Chat.  It was nice to see many teachers talking to each other and collaborating. 561 more words

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Twitter conversations with meaningful impact

It’s no secret: Twitter chats are an essential part of your digital marketing diet. In fact, these online conversations offer valuable information and far-reaching benefits to both seasoned and aspiring professionals from any industry. 936 more words

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Twitter Chat #2

Which chat did you participate in?

#ntchat—New Teacher Chat

Was there a theme to the chat?

Relationships with parents—how to build good ones, how to deal with problems and frustrations… 546 more words

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When social media streams go silent - #hpm & #hcsmca combined chat

By Colleen Young, Christian Sinclair and Naheed Dosani

Increasingly people are chronicling their experiences with life-limiting illness online. They help us understand a phase of life that many find hard to face, making a tough subject slightly less taboo. 337 more words

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Social Media: It’s getting crowded in here

Has Twitter gotten too darn noisy? How many blogs can you follow? Are you about to scream if someone invites you to Like yet another Facebook page or invites you to yet another social media platform to crowdsource, save health care, share your story? 201 more words

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Twitter Chat #1

Which chat did you participate in?
I participated in #ptchat…AKA parent-teacher chat.

Was there a theme to the chat?
The general theme is parents and teachers connecting, but tonight had specific questions that addressed professional development for parents and what this professional development should address based on parents’ needs. 434 more words

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