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#WritersWise tweetchat etiquette & guidelines:
- #WritersWise welcomes all writers, aspiring writers, agents, publishers, readers; basically anyone interested in writing.
- Please try to stay on topic.
- No problem if you jump in late, just say hello and join in.
- Please say hello even if you’re just following along. It helps us gauge if the chats are reaching people.
- Please share the chats with other people and retweet as much as you can to help spread the word.
- Discussion topics and questions are asked with a T1, T2, T3, etc. Be sure to include the appropriate number in your answer, T1, T2, T3. For example: We ask, “T1. What is your favorite color? #writerswise” You respond, “T1. Blue. #writerswise”
- Be sure to include the hashtag in your tweets and responses. If you use a tool like tchat.io, it will automatically append the #writerswise hashtag to your tweets.
- Feel free to challenge the status quo with your responses and be creative! However, be mindful and polite at the same time.
- Be respectful, even if you disagree with someone. Focus on dialogue and solutions.
- Please don’t discount other people’s stories and experiences. You may disagree & think your way is better. Honor others’ experiences that are different from your own.
- As our chats have grown in their reach, we regularly become a trending topic on Twitter. When this happens, you may see unrelated posts in the #WritersWise feed. This happens because other people try to abuse trending topics on Twitter and promote unrelated causes and spam. Just ignore or block them.
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