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Connecting and Thriving: Why Local Twitter Hours Are Still the Talk of the Town

Over the past few years, local Twitter hours have become increasingly popular. These weekly Twitter chats bring together individuals and businesses from a specific geographic area to connect and promote each other's services. However, with the rise of other social media platforms, some may wonder if local Twitter hours have had their day. The answer? Absolutely not.

One great example of a successful local Twitter hour is #WetherbyHour, which takes place every Tuesday from 8pm to 9pm. The hashtag was createdby local business owner Joanne Maltby, and it has grown to include a range of participants, all small independent businesses looking to connect and showcase their products. During the hour, participants can network, share news and events, and promote their products or services.

Another successful local Twitter hour is #HarrogateHour, which takes place every Mondat from 8pm to 9pm. The hashtag is a popular way for businesses and residents in Harrogate and the surrounding areas to connect and engage.

So why are local Twitter hours still relevant? For starters, they offer a unique way to connect with others in your local community. While social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram can also connect people, Twitter's real-time feed and use of hashtags make it easy to find and engage with others who share your interests or location. This can be especially important for small businesses and entrepreneurs, who may not have the resources to invest in expensive advertising or marketing campaigns.

Local Twitter hours also offer a level of authenticity and community engagement that can be hard to find on other social media platforms. Participants in these chats are often passionate about their local community and eager to support each other. This can lead to genuine connections and relationships, as well as increased visibility and exposure for businesses and individuals.

Local Twitter hours are still very much relevant and valuable for those looking to connect with others in their local community. Hashtags like #WetherbyHour and #HarrogateHour offer a unique way to engage with others, promote your business, and build genuine relationships.

So if you haven't participated in a local Twitter hour yet, why not give it a try? You might just be surprised at how much you can learn and connect with others in your community.


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