We’re getting better with our TweetUps in The Region – Chicago South Suburbs to South Bend. We’ve got a cool one coming up in December – if you like bowling. And Lord help the poor Ghet who doesn’t tie in charity / non-profit when sponsoring our get-togethers.
I think #NWITweetUp will grow from a fad into a solid movement yet. That’s exciting. Credit goes to James Barath, Steve Dalton, Dave Woodson, Kathy Sipple and the rest of the clan for keeping the dream alive.
I’ve been asking around the TwitterVerse about how other TweetUps work. I seldom hear positive things outside of:
And there’s nothing wrong with that.
Looks like New Hampshire has it down to a science. (And if you get 3 minutes in and simply can’t watch anymore, it’s okay to stop. I did.)
Many people talk about what to do to make it better. Few do much about it.
A few of us left last Tuesday’s NWITweetUp, went across the street, and talked about how we could continue to help create a self-sufficient 2.0 community in The Region. A couple Gumballheads and a few good laughs later and it dawned on me that we were already doing the next step in TweetUps – the AfterTweetUp.
No two people have the same goals or objectives when going to a TweetUp. Some want to party. Some want contacts. Some want both – and they’re usually the coolest because they usually buy rounds. The trick is to find people who will harmonize with your objectives and drink…NETWORK with them. Or just hang out with your friends. And if you’re realllllly lucky, you get to do both.
Unless, like next month, “across the street” is an old brick house then in those cases, adjust and find the nearest establishment.
Proof our TweetUps still have room to grow. We don’t have these: