Keeping the Conversation Inclusive

Twitter chats have become incredibly popular, especially in the past year as more people try to find meaningful ways to engage with others during the COVID-19 outbreak. Great examples of successful chats include Brianne Fleming’s #PopChat, Christine Gritmon’s #ChatAboutBrand, Madalyn Sklar’s #TwitterSmarter, and many, many others.

If you’re not familiar with this particular social media phenomenon, a Twitter chat is basically a pre-scheduled conversation hosted by a…

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Award-winning social media strategist in Florida. Advocate for digital accessibility and inclusive content. Former Chicagoan. www.therealalexa.com/hello

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Award-winning social media strategist in Florida. Advocate for digital accessibility and inclusive content. Former Chicagoan. www.therealalexa.com/hello

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