Enter a new Twitter idea – The Chat Diary

Twitter Chats are a fab way to meet new people, find people with similar ideas, interests, hobbies, gain new followers, find local and global businesses to you, demonstrate your expertise and knowledge, have fun, let off steam and so much more.

But how do you find them? How do you know when they are taking place? How do you find out about new Twitter Chats? The answer is it is very difficult. So Mark Shaw has set up a new service called – The Chat Diary.

This Twitter account will alert you to Twitter Chats. It will find them and then via Twitter alert you to them shortly before they kick off so that you can then decide if you wish to take part. The Chat Diary was only set up a few days ago and already has drawn a lot of interest, followers and chats to alert people to. These are a mix of business and non business.. All you need to do is follow @TheChatDiary to get the Twitter alerts..

Also if you have a Twitter chat that you would like help publicising and alerting people to, then tweet @TheChatDiary with the times, dates, hashtag to promote and Mark Shaw will do the rest..

This really is a great free resource for you. Follow @thechatdiary right now so that you don’t miss out on all the excellent Twitter Chats that are taking place right now.


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