#AskCharlie

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Not 100% sure this is a NASA official campaign, but there is some buzz on Twitter right now encouraging people to ask questions to NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden via the hashtag #AskCharlie. It’s a nice example of interacting with your community. ESA/Hubble did a similar thing when it replied questions from its community via … Continue reading

I am science

One day not long ago, my TweetDeck started flaring up with a new Twitter hashtag #IamScience, through which scientists all over the world shared their personal career experiences. The initiative came from one single person — science writer and marine biologist Kevin Zelnio and it’s a wonderful exemple of how you can create viral movements on Twitter. Mindy Weisberger … Continue reading

Why you should answer questions on Twitter

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If your science centre is on Twitter and posting about its activity, that’s great! If not, check why you should be tweeting. Apart from talking about your activities, another way to engage with people on Twitter is to answer their questions. This is an efficient way to grow your online community and get closer to … Continue reading

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