May 26 Posted 2 years ago
I have to say I was very relieved to see you favour Tweet chats. We host one every month called #talkingsoc it's at 9pm GMT+1 (BST) this Thursday and we learn a whole lot during it.
I do worry that we are flooding streams so I do a few things to hopefully abate the unfollowing or muting.
1. I tell people I'm going to be tweeting a lot for an hour or so
2. I start a lot of tweets during the conversation with an @reply. That will cut down the noise as only people who follow me and the person I'm @ing will see the tweets... unless of course they are following the tag.
I'm sure this doesn't completely cut the noise and I'm sure a few are still disgruntled but I gain so much from it that it balances out.
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