We’re Having A Twitter Party, And You’re Invited!

It's A Twitter Party!

Have you ever been to a Twitter party? Do you know what a Twitter party is?

A Twitter party is basically a live chat on Twitter, based around a certain topic, or hashtag. It’s a really fun way to engage and interact with people of similar interests on Twitter, learn more about a particular topic, have some fun, get more followers, and even win prizes in some cases!

Back in the Fall of 2010, we started a weekly, live chat on Twitter called the #letstalkdance Tweetchat. Every Tuesday afternoon, we would have a very fun, interactive, and informative chat about different issues that dancers, dance teachers, and dance studio owners are confronted with everyday. Our chat was always a great way to get to know other fellow dancers on Twitter, and have a discussion about the things that are important to us, and the things that inspire us as well.

We took a short break, and now we’re back!

We’re having a weekly Twitter party this time around, and you are invited to join us!

The #letstalkdance Twitter party/Tweetchat will happen every Tuesday, from 2-3 pm EST.

Join us each week as we talk about various topics of interest to dancers, dance teachers, and dance studio owners. Share your thoughts, feelings, and knowledge, and connect with other dance peeps on Twitter.

How To Join The Party

– Follow the host of the party, @kinerenterprise to get the questions and topics for the party.

– Add the hashtag, #letstalkdance, to each of your Tweets.

– Follow along with all of Tweets in the chat by going to, http://tweetchat.com/room/letstalkdance.

– Reply to, and re-tweet (RT) other people’s tweets that you see with the #letstalkdance hashtag, and get ready for a wonderful time connecting with other dancers on Twitter!

– That’s it! You’re done!

Please share this post on Facebook, and on Twitter, and help us spread the word. I look forward to chatting with you!

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