Follow users, retweet, reply, and tweet, whether it is related to your Twitter Chat, or not.
This is very convenient, as you don’t have to leave the chat to make connections or check out other content.
Many organizations, media sources, websites and groups will hold regular Twitter Chats to engage with their audience and share information.
There are plenty of Twitter Chat platforms out there that create a chatroom. You can’t properly filter, manage, or customize your “room” to fit your needs. You can filter responses to leave out retweets, see messages that include questions (great for Q & A sessions), and see tweets you were specifically mentioned in related to the chat.
You can also control your Twitter profile through the dashboard.
These days there are so many horror stories out there of brands who have had the hashtags that they’ve created used against them to smear their brand.
Try to avoid a social media explosion by creating a tag completely free of ambiguity, which allows you to effectively steer the conversation in a direction favorable for your brand.