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Wordless Wednesday: Hosting My First #Hashtip Twitter Party #WW {Linky}

hashtip, #hashtip, Hashtip app, hashtip booklet, twitter party, hashtip Twitter party  There’s a new way to share some of your best parenting advice, product reviews, deals, coupons and tips with moms.
Hashtip is a a fun easy sharing resource that’s integrated with Facebook and Twitter. I’m proud to be a Hashtip Influencer where I’m joined by other moms who are active in social media.

How does Hashtip work?

Hashtip connects moms by their interests to share tips on kids’ products and activities. Moms can add/share tips and create/follow TipBooks on HashTip for various categories. They can also send their tips from Facebook and Twitter by adding the tag “#tip” in their status update or tweet. HashTip then automatically brings detailed reviews from sites such as Amazon and great deals on those tips as well.
HashTip makes decision-making easy and fun for moms. Sign up now and join the conversation with moms you admire or trust. Happy tipping!

If you’re a blogger or influencer, it’s also a good way to share your own blog posts and news. Use the Hashtip app on your smartphone or tablet too.

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My First Twitter Party

In the spirit of helping moms, I’m hosting my first Twitter party as a Hashtip Influencer Thursday, November 8th from 9:30-10:15 p.m. EST. We’ll discuss how moms can stay stress-free before, during and after the holidays. Plus Hashtip is giving away three (3) $10 Starbucks gift cards.

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Do you have any advice on hosting my first Twitter party?

What’s your best advice to have a stress-free holiday season?

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

  1. Tiffany S.
    Twitter: YoungWifeMom

    My tip is to start early. My husband thinks I’m crazy but I try to get started in September – at least coming up with my game plan. There’s no worry about waiting until the last minute or hiccups throwing me completely off task.
    Tiffany S. recently posted..{Not So} Wordless Wednesday: Happy Halloween!


    Joyce Reply:

    You’re sooooo much better than me. I don’t even come up with A.J.’s Halloween costume until the last minute. The journalist is me doesn’t do anything until the deadline is smacking me in the face!


  2. Martina

    My advice is start planning early, do a little at a time, delegate, and take time to pamper self.@martiferg


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