First step was figuring out what a Twitter Chat or TweetChat was. If you missed that part of the discussion, don't worry. You can find it here. In there is also how to find other TweetChats to participate. This is important just to see how all of this works, and the natural rhythm the conversation takes. You've participated in some chats, but now you want to host your own. How do you do it?
Decide what your #hashtag is going to be. For easy reference, it's handy to use a word or phrase that is related to your business or interest.
Then you can register your hashtag. This is helpful for a number of reasons. You can make sure no one else is using that hashtag in an official capacity. Also, if down the road, someone is using your hashtag in a negative manner, you can use this as a legal standpoint. Register here.
When are you going to have this TweetChat? Great, now advertise it. Tell people on your other social media outlets, put in your e-mail signature, even invite your Twitter followers individually. Make a blog or a vlog about it. Let everyone know.
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