Social Media 101: The Tweetup

Posted by Clayton Smith on July 13, 2011

Gremln's “Social Media 101” is a series for social media beginners where we discuss the basics of social media marketing. Today, we define the tweetup.

A tweetup is a social gathering of Twitter users that is organized mainly or exclusively through the social network. The name is a mash-up of “tweet” and “meetup,” or “meet-up.” Tweetups usually focus on a common cause or theme. For this reason, tweetups often serve as networking events whereby attendees meet new people with similar interests.

A tweetup isn’t always restricted to a gathering of Twitter users. Although this was initially the case, over time the word “tweetup” has become ubiquitous across all social media platforms. Today’s tweetups are often composed of people who learned about the event through Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare, email, etc.

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Topics: Business, gremlin, gremln, ROI, social media, tweetup, twitter, twitter business, twitter marketing

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