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In September 2008 I made a prediction, that email as we know it today will no longer exist in 10 years time.

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« Twitter Chats: What's The REAL Value? (#SWChat) »

Thanks to everyone who took part in this weeks Social Workplace Twitter Chat event (#SWChat).

Twitter Chats: What's The REAL Value?

#SWChat has reached 50,000,000 impressions in just 20 events. So in honour of reaching this incredible milestone, this weeks event was looking at the value of Twitter Chats and why they have become so popular.

Event Statistics

  • No. of Tweets = 1100
  • No. of Contributors = 104
  • Reach = 311,000
  • No. of impressions = 2,900,000


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Questions Asked

Q1) Why do you participate in Twitter Chats, what value do you get?
Q2) Apart from #SWChat what other Twitter Chats do you participate in?
Q3) If participating during work time, does your boss see this #SWChat as, educational or play?
Q4) How do you, and your followers, react to the sudden increase in tweets during Twitter Chats?
Q5) Could you see the Twitter Chat concept working inside your company with employees?
Q6) What makes you return regularly to Twitter Chats like #SWChat
Q7) In 140 characters or less, what advice would you give to people just joining their first Twitter Chat?


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Useful #SWChat Links

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