Dear Twitter Chat Participants,
First, I want to say that I admire the engagement you produce on Twitter. You develop a conversation and exchange thoughts with people you probably would have never had contact with in real life. Kudos to that.
However, I do not want to see the million tweets regarding chats. They take up my whole feed and it becomes overwhelming. The thought of unfollowing crosses my mind.
There is a simple antidote to remedy this situation–put @[insert chat name] in front of every tweet. Why will this make things better? Well, the only people who will see that tweet will be those who follow the chat’s handle AKA the people interested in the conversation in the first place. Since you also put the hashtag in the tweet too, nothing will change with those participating (if they do not follow the handle).
Have some tweespect for the rest of the Twitter community; excessive tweeting is never good.
Hope you take this advice and I welcome anyone’s critique of my tweeting.
Thanks and happy tweeting!