A few weeks ago, I was asked by the founder of Yellow Dogg Designs, Mark Bailey (@doggdaze), if he could interview me for his Women's History Month series.
Of course, I was flattered that he'd think I was substantial enough to add value to his blog, so I resoundingly said, “YES!”
We exchanged email addresses, and he told me he'd send me the details.
When he finally did, he told me that he was planning a Twitterview; an interview on Twitter.
I was like, “Whoa.”
I was familiar with TweetChat, but I was kind of interested to see how an interview would go strictly on Twitter.
I have to say that I was thoroughly impressed with the concept once I was in the midst of the interview.
Instead of creating @mentions, we simply used the interview hashtag to allow people to follow the Twitterview. It allowed for maximum use of the 140-character limit on Twitter.
It took a little over an hour for Mark to pose 11 questions and for me to tweet my answers.
The whole experience was great!
You can see the entire Twitterview with me, Faydra Deon on Mark's blog.