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Wis. League Sponsors Tweet Chat About Social Media Today
PEWAUKEE, Wis. (8/20/13)--The Wisconsin Credit Union League is sponsoring a free Tweet Chat at 11 a.m. CT today about using social media for credit unions across the nation. Participants can use the hashtag, #WICUchat to learn what works and what doesn't in social media.
 
The league said it wanted to give U.S. credit unions an opportunity to exchange ideas and learn about social media issues. The event will be co-moderated by CUNA Mutual Group Media Relations Manager of New Media Michael Ogden.
 
The chat will also allow Wisconsin credit unions to discuss some topics that will be covered at the league's September Innovators in Outreach Roundtable. The chat is open to anyone interested in social media for credit unions.
 
A tweet chat is when a group of people all tweet about a topic at a designated time using a specific hashtag.  To participate, log onto Twitter at 11 a.m., type #WICUchat in the search box, and all of the tweets with that hashtag will appear. Then read, tweet and retweet, being sure to use the #WICUchat hashtag.  Or follow along @WICULeague.
 
Questions will be tweeted by the league @WICULeague using a Q1, Q2 and more format, with replies in the corresponding A1 and A2 formats.  For more information, see the link.
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