#Vlogchat was created tonight on Twitter out of the #BlogChat after party on June 6, 2010.
The same thing tends to happen every week just after the official #BlogChat hour – little groups of video bloggers clump together and start talking about video. I suggested we start a #vlogchat hashtag and nine of us did.
If you’re not familiar with Twitter chats, they are conversations between many people that include a common hashtag keyword. In this case the hashtag will be “#vlogchat”. The hashtag allows people to view other hashtagged tweets Twitter Web, Twitter Search or via a third party tool like TweetChat or Tweetdeck.
- YouTube is the number two Web site in the world. Video is having a massive impact on world cultures
- There are incredible things going on in video technology every day, including captioning
- Video is an important element for all blogs
- There’s a natural cross-over for filmmakers who may not think of themselves as bloggers
- So we can also support each other on YouTube and other video channels
- Because video is Fun!
When is #Vlogchat?
For now, we’ll have #vlogchat right after #blogchat. #Blogchat starts at 8pm Central time. So #vlogchat will start at 9pm Central time and it will run for one hour.
I’m still going to be an active participant in #blogchat then will facilitate #vlogchat immediately afterward.
Are you a vlogger? Do you have a suggestion for next week’s #vlogchat? Leave a comment below with your #vlogchat topic suggestion and I’ll tweet out the selected topic next Saturday. I love Comments so don’t hold back!