Upcoming Calendar

Check out the upcoming sessions, guest hosts, mark your calendar, and join us!  Also…The #PMChat community relies on the vast experience of our diverse community and we would be honored if you would consider hosting or re-hosting a #PMChat session. Check the calendar below and contact us if you’re interested.  We need you!

Open Guest Host Opportunity – Sign up Today
May 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Open Guest Host Opportunity - Sign up Today

After 5 years, #PMchat has proven to be an amazing community of project managers and business leaders that come together on Twitter to discuss best practices on a wide range of topics.  The power of #PMChat comes from the diversity of experience and perspective among the community. As much we like to host these conversations, it is a lot of fun to have a different voice to mix it up. And that’s where guest hosts come in! [Contact us]

We try to keep it very informal, with little-to-no rules…just open, real collaboration about topics affecting project management, business, etc.  When the Twitter chat starts (12 PMEST), we introduce you and welcome folks to the session. Then you take it from there by tweeting your questions from your Twitter account. 

  • You would start questions at about 12:05-12:07 and then post a new questions every 5-7 minutes after that. The timing really depends on the conversation. If it is slow, with little response then you might put out the next question every 5 minutes. If folks are engaged and really collaborating around a question, you might hold off a bit before posting the next.  
  • From time to time, you retweet a good comment or respond to someone, to keep the community engaged and recognize individuals. The community kind of takes off with each question you post 🙂  We suggest that you prepare 6-8 questions, but typically you get out about 6.
  • The following is a snapshot from a recent #PMChat…
    • 400+ Tweets, reached approximately 1.035 million people.We had 25 actively engaged participants, with another +/- 6 that dropped in and added a ‘drive-by’ comment.Approximately 77% are male, with the ladies making up the balance.Primary language preference was English, with top 5 countries engaged being US, UK, Australia, Canada, and then India
    • Lastly, @Inc Magazine names #PMchat one of the top ’15 Twitter Chats for Every Phase of Your Business’ – http://www.inc.com/kelsey-libert/15-twitter-chats-for-every-phase-of-your-business.html
  • PMchat.net has experienced 169% growth (month-on-month) in 2016, so we are still going very strong!!

Sign up is easy, all topics and industries are welcomed, and it is a ton of fun!!


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