Ultimate List of marketing Twitter chats
Written by Jeremy Rivera and published
Twitter is a hub for influential people – including authorities on SEO, social media and online marketing. The difficult part is separating the valuable messages from self-promotion.
One way to cut through the noise and get to the good stuff is to find and participate in Twitter chats that are relevant to your industry.
Twitter chats use specific hashtags and a specific time period to hold a discussion, normally led by an organizer who posts questions to prompt answers from the community.
Twitter chats occur for almost any topic you can think of – in fact, there are so many that it’s often difficult to keep up.
That’s why we created our Ultimate List of marketing Twitter chats. Use this resource to connect with valuable marketing discussions on Twitter – and if you know of any chats we missed, be sure to let us know in the comments.
Want to make view Twitter chats easily? Here’s a list of resources to help you follow hashtags during chats. If you’re a Raven customer, you can also set up a Social Monitor search to follow a discussion or multiple hashtags on Twitter.
Recent topic: “Content development for e-commerce”
Chat time: 1 p.m. EST on Thursdays
Recap website: Search Marketing Weekly
I read a story that businesses were going to Craigslist and paying for Yelp reviews … YOU ARE DOING IT WRONG #SEOCHAT
— Matt Siltala (@Matt_Siltala) November 29, 2012
#PoCChat Power of Connection Chat
Recent moderators: @raehanbobby
Recent topic: “Leveraging micro-communities”
Chat time: 12 a.m. EST on Mondays
Recap website: What I like about #POCChat
A7 An open mind is also a great tool for most things. You can always learn from others #pocchat
— Stéphanie Montreuil (@Steph_Montreuil) November 26, 2012
A7 test one thing at a time so you know what change produced the results #ppcchat
— kasia lorenc (@kasialorenc) November 27, 2012
— Jaydip Parikh (@jaydipparikh) November 26, 2012
Recent topic: “Writing great bylines for guest posts”
Chat time: 11 a.m. EST on Thursdays
Recap website: MyBlogGuest
— Ann Smarty (@myblogguest) November 15, 2012
A1 – Biggest lesson from Hostess: Just because you have an iconic brand doesn’t mean you’re immune to failure. #brandchat
— Jonathan Barrick (@j_barrick) November 28, 2012
Recent moderators: @ambercleveland
Recent topic: “Customer service and social media”
Chat time: 1 p.m. EST on Wednesdays
— Sharon Mostyn (@sharonmostyn) November 28, 2012
— Pinfluencer (@pinfluencer) November 29, 2012
Recent moderator: @SteveCassady
Recent topic: “Personal branding on Linkedin”
Chat time: 8 p.m. EST on Tuesdays
Another tip, based on 3 emails today.Don’t spam new connections with sales one day after connecting, Build A Relationship! #linkedinchat
— Steve Cassady (@SteveCassady) November 28, 2012
A good community manger is a facilitator for discussion and inspires leadership & direction for the group #mediachat
— Timm McVaigh (@BrandIdeas) December 7, 2012
— Benjamin Moore (@Beanmimo) November 28, 2012
@aknect Q3 I can’t emphasize great images enough. We have GOT to learn to take better photos and integrate them #socialchat
— Jennifer Cario (@JenniferCario) November 27, 2012
Recent moderator: @Dabneyportne
Recent topic: “Building rapport with your audience online”
Chat time: 10 p.m. EST on Tuesdays
ONE bad tweet can destroy your reputation w brands and audience. Be nice. Always. #SmManners TIP
— Dabney Porte (@DabneyPorte) December 11, 2012
I think a big part of engagement with video, is the amount of promotion that goes into it. They’re mini events, in a way.#cmgrchat
— Jenn Pedde (@JPedde) December 5, 2012
A2: We will have to start paying attention to which social signals impact rankings and move forward. We’ll adapt as necessary. #seopub
— Tanner Petroff (@tannerpetroff) December 5, 2012
I find on social media age has no barrier… seriously met people I could be their parent or they could be mine still great friends #rbchat
— AnnMarie Brown(@anniecannie) December 5, 2012
#ecomchatA1 slow reponse to emails. I hate calling up, so this should be a good option, but responses are often v slow.
— Graham Charlton (@gcharlton) December 17, 2012
Do you know a marketing Twitter chat that isn’t on our list? Please let me know @RavenJeremy.
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