Dear Blog Readers,
I attended to an IBM event on Twitter 2 days ago and I’m glad to share my highlights regarding tweetchat discussion..
The story has begun when I received an internal e-mail about this event almost 1 week ago and here is a small picture of the notification :
It was the first time I attended to a tweetchat discussion on Twitter.. For those who heard about tweetchat for the first time, I can say that assume it as a room with interested twitter participants who are there to discuss on a specific hashtag announced before..
During this event, we have discussed Mobile Security on behalf of an expert (@JeffRyanPeters) under #IBMMWCCHAT hashtag.
@JeffRyanPeters was the Expert of the topic and led discussion by asking his already prepared questions with “Q1”, “Q2”.. prefixes periodically within an hour. All of us (participants) shared our suggestions, opinions, re-questions on the related sub topics and Retweeted (RT), Favorited (FAV) or Replied tweets…
The most important thing that I felt during and after the event was, tweetchat rooms are so helpful for twitter users to find others who have same interests and build a great network for specific fields..
I believe all participants were satisfied with the event and I want to thank especially Jeff and all participants for this great discussion..
Here are the highlights of the event, and of course “my” contributions are marked in red borderlines 🙂