If you are only joining in a chat to promote yourself then don’t bother. I don’t mind people promoting themselves at the beginning or at the end of the chat, if they have to leave midway though (and have contributed) or use the hashtag when the chat isn’t happening (I have done that). I just hate random companies that promote part way through. It just clogs up the feed and half the time it’s not hitting the target market for their product anyway.
#bloghour chat is great and I joined in every week but I found after a while I was losing interest because some weeks there were topics that I was just not interested with at all. By just taking part with the topics you are interested with means you are likely to get more out of it because you are gaining ideas and sharing best practice.
I am notorious at just answering the questions. It is like a fun quiz, but that isn’t really what blog chat is all about. Interacting with other people and even disagreeing and putting forward your own views is so much more fun.
The best thing I like about the chats are gaining new blogs to read. If a chat is going a little slow or I want some new bed time reading material blog chats are where I go first. I have found some lovely little blogs I wouldn’t have found otherwise through them.
I have done it myself and trust me it is harder then it looks. It is scary and you do worry no one is going to take part but seriously you get out what you put in and the sense of accomplishment once the chat is over makes it all worth it.
So have fun with your Twitter chat and let me know how you get on!
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