Generally, the most interesting conversations are those between people with different perspectives and experiences.
This must be reflected in Twitter Spaces, inviting people who bring diverse ideas and points of view to the table.
– Offer exclusivity
Users can offer exclusive offers or content to those who join, as a reward for listening to the conversation.
This also generates good energies between the followers and the brand.
– Generate expectation
Like any event or promotion on Twitter, it’s important to position the space with your audience to build excitement and spread the word.
Users can program ‘Spaces’ with up to 14 days in advance and define reminders and ‘push’ notifications.
When the ‘Space’ is active, it’s a good idea to tweet the link on the timeline to remind followers that the event has started.
You can also share the ‘Space’ by Direct Messages or Cards of personalized Tweets. The purple circle around the administrator’s profile picture indicates that there is a active space.
Another recommendation is to guide the conversation by sharing Tweet relevant in space.
To do this, go to the timeline, search for the Tweet and hit the share icon. Tweets can be posted throughout the ‘Space’ to include all those who want to know what’s going on, but can’t join the conversation right now.
This is how you can use Twitter Spaces
An audio room can be started in two ways:
– Hold the button Create, and then click the new icon audio rooms on the far left.
– Or press the profile picture on Fleets (the Twitter ‘Stories’), scroll to the far right and press audio rooms. Has a capacity of up to 10 people to talk to.
It can select who can join with speaking privileges; to do this, choose an option between the people you follow or just the people you want to invite to talk. invitations can be sent through Direct Messages.
– The microphone will be off when starting. When you’re ready, press Start the audio room.
– Choose if you want or not Share transcripts; this is done by toggling the button on or off.