Join Me & Lands’ End for a Twitter Party to celebrate the kick-off the FeelGood Campaign! The party will feature more than 20 fun giveaways ranging from the FeelGood sweater and my books to Lands’ End gift cards and FeelGood yarn. Here are the details:
Lands’ End FeelGood Twitter Party
Date: Wednesday, September 16th
Time: 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. CST
What IS a Twitter Party?
A Twitter Party is where a group of people can discuss or “Tweet” about a specific topic in their own little chat room. To participate in the discussion you’ll need to sign up for a free Twitter account (instructions are listed below).
Twitter parties are a great way to connect with other people while chatting about a specific topic. Lands’ End will be hosting a two-hour Twitter Party to kick-off the FeelGood campaign – complete with fun and giveaways.
Twitter Party Hosts
Twitter Party Hosts oversee the event, answer questions, and keep the flow of the party going.
How To Participate
1. Twitter Account - Go to www.twitter.com to sign up for a free Twitter account.
2. Find and Follow any or all of Lands’ End Hosts:
During the party if you want to address one of the hosts directly, be sure to use their entire Twitter handle (ie @VickieHowell).
Hashtag – The Twitter world calls a pound sign (#) a hashtag. A hashtag is a code used to mark a specific topic. The Lands’ End FeelGood Twitter Party is marked and happening at #landsend. You can search for #landsend to participate in the party and see the party tweets.
Set Up TweetGrid - On the day of the party, use TweetGrid.com or another Twitter application such as TweetDeck to follow all of the “tweets” marked #landsend and participate in the party.
On TweetGrid - You can comment, reply and read all at once in TweetGrid, and it even puts the hashtag in your comment for you.
Click here for a TweetGrid tutorial list. The Twitter Party Tutorial should be #8.
Fast Followers – Something to note, Twitter parties are fun and fast!
Hope to see you there!
I've got the hat pattern printed out and will grab my needles and a bucket of worsted yarn. It sounds like fun and a good cause to boot.