Can a spirituality Tweet Chat really cover deep topics like spiritually, faith and religion? In part two of my conversation with Meredith Gould, we pick up our conversation with a discussion of Tweet Chats, particularly the Health and Spirituality Tweet Chat (@). This Tweet Chat happens on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 9:00 pm EST.Meredith Gould is well-known as a healthcare communications thought-leader. But many may not realize she is an author and has been published multiple times.
Meredith Gould is well-known as a healthcare communications thought-leader. But many may not realize she is an author and has been published multiple times about social media and communications use for churches. Her most recently published book is “Desperately Seeking Spirituality” which we discussed on Part I of our podcast interview.
Join me for the second half of our conversation as we discuss her new book “Desperately Seeking Spirituality” as well as social media, healthcare, and religion on Get Social Health. Follow the conversation or jump in at the time stamps below.
[03:51] Tracking the TweetChat – Yea for Symplur.com!
[05:15] Who attends the chat?
[05:48] What do you chat about?
[06:13] How do you handle such “heavy” topics in Twitter?
[08:55] “Winning a Tweet Chat”
[09:42] Is there a similarity between Healthcare professionals and Priests/Ministers
[13:02] The Pope is Tweeting, right?
[15:11] It’s not about the why, it’s the who.
[16:10] Social media or online digital network.
16:45 Kudos to Dr. Matthew Katz, @SubAtomicDoc
[18:35] “Desperately Seeking Spirituality”
[19:00] Book in the works: “Bridging the Gap: A Field Guide to Generations” (working title)
[21:50] “My Wisdom, Your Energy. Let’s Change the World.”
22:40 Rick Evans, Ogilvy Worldwide, Match the conversation to the platform.
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