Here at We are Social Media, we love Twitter. And we love to share knowledge. So we thought: “Let’s launch a TweetChat!”
After hosting Beat the Buzz back in April, our team was looking for something fresh to kick off. Something different. So, we looked at the different Twitter chats already up and running, and tried to figure out what could we do differently, and what could be of great value for social media marketers. So, here’s what we came up with:
Every Wednesday, Linleigh sits down with a prominent industry professional for a 12-question interview, about all things social. In case you hadn’t noticed yet, previous interviewees include professionals from Mondelez International, Converse, Saatchi & Saatchi and many more. But so far, readers have not had the ability to join the conversation. And this is exactly what we want to do… Offer YOU the possibility to tag along and get chatty with our guest of the week.
Basically, the TweetChat will be an extension of our Wednesday interview, we will discuss matters approached in the interview, and debate the best ways to conduct social media campaigns, the future of our industry, and generally-speaking, all things social media marketing. We’ll ask 5 questions during the hour, and during the last 10 minutes you’ll be invited to ask your own.
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We know that you guys come from all parts of the globe, so coming up with a schedule was pretty tricky, as we wanted to find a time slot that would cover as many time zones as possible. In the end, we decided that it will take place every Sunday at 8pm BST – an occasion for Europeans to slowly switch on that Monday mood, and an opportunity for our many American friends to tune in shortly after midday.
This Sunday, you will have the chance to chat with Michelle Stoodley, head of Digital Marketing at Benefit Cosmetics UK! So make sure you check out her interview, prepare your questions, and get ready for Sunday! See you there!
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