35 Top Twitter Chats for Marketers (and Downloadable Calendar)


Twitter chats are a secret weapon for social amplification. But keeping tracking of all the great Twitter chats out there is like herding cats.

Here, we’ve listed 35 of the best Twitter chats for marketers — including a downloadable Google calendar so that you never miss out.

Don’t know the best way to participate in a Twitter chat? Don’t worry. Read our Twitter chat tips below!

What is a Twitter Chat?

A Twitter chat is a an online event where moderators organize Twitter discussions around a topic, using a central hashtag to create a conversation among participants. Many Twitter chats take place at the same time each week, allowing communities to network, grow, and build relationships with each other. Twitter chats often follow a Q&A format, with moderators asking questions and participants adding answers.

Why should marketers participate in Twitter chats?

You should think of Twitter chats as a core social media exercise for marketing your brand and improving your klout as an influencer.

Twitter chats can:

  • Increase brand awareness.
  • Build a professional community and attract followers.
  • Strengthen individual and brand thought leadership.
  • Provide marketers with an opportunity to network and bounce ideas off of fellow marketers.
  • Give marketers the chance to explore how to create their own Twitter chats.

Twitter Chat Schedule

Looking for an easy way to remember when to tune into Twitter chats? Download our Twitter Chat Calendar for Google!

Top 35 Twitter Chats for Marketers

Here are the top 35 Twitter chats for marketers, listed by day of the week and time of day (EST).


Founded by James Gurd and Dan Barker, this weekly chat focuses on ecommerce and digital marketing best practices. You can also find chat recaps on their website.
When: Mondays at 6am EST.

The Power of Connection Chat focuses on how to build and leverage micro-communities in marketing.
When: Mondays at 11am EST.

This is a weekly chat covering content marketing best practices and insights. The chat was founded by content marketing strategist Jenise Fryatt in 2013, and is hosted and moderated by Erika Heald.
When: Mondays at 3pm EST.

Hosted by Atomic Reach, this chat covers content marketing and community-building best practices.
When: Mondays at 9pm EST.

Founded in 2011, this weekly chat, hosted most recently by Michelle Stinson-Ross and Alan K’necht, covers all things social media.
When: Mondays at 9pm EST.

Founded by Blog Elevated, this Twitter chat focuses on best practices for blogging, including monetizing your blog, blog promotion, tactics for increasing traffic, and more.
When: Mondays at 10pm EST.


Hosted by ExpressWriters, this Twitter chat covers everything related to content marketing, such as writing tips, how to measure
success, and more.
When: Tuesdays at 11am EST.

Founded by Matthew Umbro, this weekly Twitter chat covers search marketing, PPC campaigns, keyword strategies, and more. Get chat recaps on their blog.
When: Tuesdays at 12pm EST.

The Content Marketing Institute’s chat uses #CMWorld, which is also the hashtag used for their annual content marketing event, Content Marketing World. The chat covers best practices, insights, and tips for content marketers.
When: Tuesdays at 12pm EST.

Founded by Kiki L’Italien, this chat has created a strong community around marketing best practices for associations.
When: Tuesdays at 2pm EST.

Founded by Paper_li, this chat aims to help businesses build communities for customers, online as well as offline.
When: Tuesdays at 2pm EST.

Founded by Adrian Segar, this twice weekly chat is great for event marketers looking to find and share tips.
When: Tuesdays at 8pm EST and Thursdays at 11am EST.

LinkedIn has their own Twitter chat, which focuses on bringing together LinkedIn users to discuss best practices for networking, optimizing profiles, engaging with groups, and more. The chat is hosted by Viveka von Rosen.
When: Tuesdays at 8pm EST.

This weekly Twitter chat focuses on all topics related to customer service and is a great way to get advice from customer service professionals.
When: Tuesdays at 9pm EST.

Hosted by marketing influencer Pam Moore, this chat focuses on new perspectives in social media and content marketing.
When: Tuesdays at 9pm EST.


Hosted by Marketing Coach Maria Duron, this chat focuses on branding best practices, examining digital marketing and new trends in particular.
When: Wednesdays at 11am EST.

This weekly chat is a great place to connect with marketing influencers and learn more about search marketing. Topics covered include landing page optimization, website development, SEO best practices, and more.
When: Wednesdays at 11am EST.

Buffer’s Twitter chat brings together marketers to talk about a range of digital marketing topics, with a particular emphasis on social media best practices. You can also get recaps on their blog.
When: Wednesdays at 12pm EST.

Hosted by a different moderator each week, this Twitter chat focuses on customer service, marketing, and social media.
When: Wednesdays at 1pm EST.

Hosted by Kristy Gillentine and moderated by a different community member every week, this Twitter chat focuses on best practices for Snapchat
When: Wednesdays at 2pm EST.

Sprout Social’s Twitter chat is hosted by Community Outreach Manager Sarah Nagel, and focuses on best practices and insights for social media marketing.
When: Wednesdays at 3pm EST.

Hosted by Puget Sound American Marketing Association (PSAMA) and Point It Digital Marketing, this weekly chat focuses on eight questions around marketing and SEO.
When: Wednesdays at 4pm EST.

Hosted by Melinda Emerson, this chat features interviews with experts and small business owners on topics that include: how to get media coverage for your brand, tax deductions, business growth, management tips, and more. This is a good chat for marketers at small businesses.
When: Wednesdays at 8pm EST.

Founded by Kelly Lieberman, this chat focuses on Pinterest best practices, tools, and more.
When: Wednesdays at 9pm EST.


Founded by Adrian Segar, this twice weekly chat is great for event marketers looking to find and share tips.
When: Tuesdays at 8pm EST and Thursdays at 11am EST.

Founded by Daniel Newman and Brian Fanzo, this Twitter chat focuses on technology, cloud computing, and big data.
When: Thursdays at 12pm EST.

Founded by AWeber, this Twitter chat centers around email marketing best practices and insights, featuring a new guest host each for chat.
When: Every other Thursday at 12pm EST.

Marketo pulls in influencers and brands to share their insights on a specific marketing topic.
When: Typically on Thursdays at 1pm EST.

Hosted by Search Marketing Weekly, this chat covers many relevant SEO topics, and is meant for SEO experts, as well as marketers searching for more information on SEO.
When: Thursdays at 1pm EST.

Hosted by Madalyn Sklar, this chat covers all things Twitter-related, including community-building, content creation, and more.
When: Thursdays at 1pm EST.

Hootsuite’s weekly Twitter chat covers social media best practices and insights.
When: Thursdays at 3pm EST.

This is a B2B marketing chat that covers topics from demand generation to social media.
When: Thursdays at 8pm EST.

Founded by Aaron Kilby, this chat focuses on online media and digital marketing best practices.
When: Thursdays at 10pm EST.


What marketer couldn’t use a few management tips? Hosted by Robert Kelly, this Twitter chat covers project management best practices, business analysis, and leadership.
When: Fridays at 12pm EST.

This weekly Google hangout and Twitter chat from My Community Manager focuses on best practices for community-building and management.
When: Fridays at 2pm EST.


Founded by Mack Collier in 2009, this chat focuses on blogging topics, best practices, and more.
When: Sundays at 9pm EST.

How do I participate in a Twitter chat?

Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your Twitter chat participation:

  • Follow the hashtag on Twitter.com, in your social media management platform, or by using a more targeted tool like TweetChat, Twubs, or Tchat.io.
  • Follow Chat Salad on Twitter for updates on all Twitter chats, and for reminders right before they start.
  • Let your followers know that you will be joining the chat at least 30 minutes before it begins, so they can follow along, or at least be prepared for more tweets from your account.
  • Check to see if there are rules for the specific chat your are joining ahead of time. If you can’t find rules, look at past chats for people who have participated previously, and ask them for advice.
  • When participating in a Twitter chat, don’t forget to include the chosen hashtag in any tweets you want added to that conversation.
  • When answering a question during the chat, make sure to start your response by citing the question you are responding to. For example, start your tweet with “A1” in response to “Q1” and so on.
  • Try to answer about 75% of the questions being asked.
  • Don’t indulge in promotion of yourself or your brand. The point of a Twitter chat is to contribute to the community and conversation. If you use the chat for promotion, you may be asked to leave and you likely won’t be looked upon very kindly by the participating influencers.
  • Take time to interact with other people in the chat by replying to their answers with positive comments or questions. You should also quote, favorite, follow, or retweet others as appropriate, which will encourage them to do the same for you.
  • Don’t dominate the conversation. Space out your replies.
  • Set a reminder to join the Twitter chat, or just download our Twitter Chat Calendar for Marketers!

Want to add our list of Twitter chats for marketers to your marketing calendar? Download the Twitter Chat Calendar for Marketers now!

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