I am very excited be the special guest tonight for Atomic Reach’s, Atomic Chat. Starting at 9pm ET, 8pm CT, 6pm PT, I will be answering questions about utilizing social media to grow a brand and engage an audience.
For those of you that are not familiar with Atomic Reach, Atomic Reach is the company that is behind AtomicWriter. AtomicWriter, which is available via a WordPress plugin here, helps to show me how to format and restructure my blog posts to get the best out of my writing. By doing so, I am can use AtomicWriter to better reach my targeted audience and keep them engaged. With AtomicWriter, I can save time editing and have confidence that my blog posts will engage your readers.
As an active Twitter tweeter and writer, as well as participant in Twitter chats, I first came across Atomic Reach over 12 months ago. I’ve enjoyed their almost weekly chats where they have had experts in blogging, marketing and writing, offer tips and tricks to enable writers to better grow an engaged audience.
I was pleasantly surprised when I received a direct message from Atomic Reach asking if I would be interested in being a guest for one of their chats. Having been a guest host and guest of several Twitter chats in the past, I thought this would be a bit out of my comfort zone, as I normally always answer the Twitter chat questions in rhyme, but alas, one of their questions actually asked me to rhyme my answer. Huzzah!
For those of you that are not familiar with Twitter chats, a Twitter chat is a series of questions (labeled Q1, Q2, Q3, etc.) which are then followed by answers (labeled A1, A2, A3, etc.). Usually there is a hashtag associated with the Twitter chat, such as #AtomicChat, which is the hashtag that we will be using tonight. Below you will find an example of a Twitter chat that I was involved with for Applebee’s.
— Applebee’s (@Applebees) July 3, 2015
Then the response would from me would be something similar to this below:
Tonight’s Atomic Chat will consist of seven questions, but I may have multiple answers to each question. You will perhaps learn a bit more about me, both personally and professionally, so you never know what you may learn tonight during the chat. If anything, I promise to at least entertain you will a few rhymes. You never know what I may do, perhaps I’ll even answer in haiku.