UPDATED: 15th February, 2017
Using weekly regional networking slots on Twitter to join the conversation, find other local businesses, share your own news and updates. Getting involved and sharing updates from others means they are more likely to then share your tweets. No-brainer, isn’t it.
– @Chichesterhr – Networking for the Chichester area every Tuesday 8 – 9pm and every Thursday 12-1pm. Post a simple tweet introducing yourself and your service(s) and include the hashtag #chichesterhour
– @Bognorregishour – Networking for the Bognor Regis area every Monday 7.30pm – 8.30pm. As above, post a tweet and include the hashtag #bognorregishour
– @SussexhourUK – Sussex-wide chat every Thursday 8.30pm – 9.30pm. Include the hashtag #sussexhour
Follow the accounts and add a reminder in your phone for the day/time.
You can also save a feed based on a hashtag, which will update in real-time for you to review whenever time allows if the evening networking slots aren’t great for your own schedule:
Type in the hashtag you’d like to save a search for
View results – you can toggle (switch) between Top, Live, Photos etc. Click on More Options and select Save this search:
To revisit your saved search, click in the search box and you’ll see a quick link there:
List of Twitter networking groups, compiled by 87Tangerines – correct as at April 2016
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