Best time for Live Twitter Q&A Events

LaurenSaladLaurenSalad Inactive Posts: 650
edited May 2012 in Miscellaneous
Hey guys!

Remember the AWESOME Live Twitter Q&A event from Community Love Week?! http://forums.gamesalad.com/discussion/41491

I am in the process of planning a monthly Twitter event for everyone to interact with GameSalad staff directly and get their questions answered. The only question left is- What time is best for you?

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  • IsabelleKIsabelleK Member, Sous Chef Posts: 2,807
    It will be hard to decide, to choose the right time for people from different time zones.
  • MarkOnTheIronMarkOnTheIron Member Posts: 1,447
    I vote for 10 AM because in my time zone it's about mid afternoon. I can manage for 5/6 PM but not 1 PM because it's dinner time :)

  • LaurenSaladLaurenSalad Inactive Posts: 650
    Last time we did it at 6pm- which seemed pretty good for people in the US to be out of their day jobs and available for tweet chit chatting with us.

    I am completely up to do whatever works best for you guys. So, if you want the chance to ask us direct questions- leave us your input on this poll and we will do our best to accomodate your preferences!
  • youngster9youngster9 Member Posts: 326
    I think 5pm or 6pm so that school and day jobs will be over when this goes on.

    I voted for 5pm but 6pm would be good too.
  • LaurenSaladLaurenSalad Inactive Posts: 650
    Last chance to throw your two cents in!

    What time should we do our Twitter Q&A Events?

    And yes- I am totally bumping my own thread ;)
  • LeonardDeveloperLeonardDeveloper Member Posts: 4,630
    10Am CST Because thats 4pm GMT, SO that includes Europeans and Americans....
  • LaurenSaladLaurenSalad Inactive Posts: 650
    That's a great point! Thanks for your input @LeonardDeveloper
  • LumpAppsLumpApps Member Posts: 2,878
    I agree with @leonardeveloper
    Although I have to say I am self employed and for someone in gmt with a regular job 2 hours later might be better.
  • bazookaBenbazookaBen Member Posts: 318
    1 pm CST
  • WyrdGuitaristWyrdGuitarist Member, PRO Posts: 91
    I agree with @leonardeveloper
    Although I have to say I am self employed and for someone in gmt with a regular job 2 hours later might be better.
    Agree - 4pm is great if you don't work, but sadly I haven't managed the dream of supporting myself solely on game development quite yet. 1pm cst = 7pm gmt so those UK folk with day jobs can join in too :)
  • LeonardDeveloperLeonardDeveloper Member Posts: 4,630
    edited June 2012
    Regarding work - We're not really going to find one international time when the Europeans and the American's aren't working, So 10am is probably the most suited IMHO, With that you catch all of America & Ireland, Britain, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Northern Ireland, Much More
    And 1pm CST won't work; Because thats getting late for the majority of Europe thats GMT+3, GMT+4, Also 10am CST also includes some Countries in Asia such as;
    Shanghai, China at 11 (Bit Late)
    Sydney, Australia; 11:00 Am
    Japan, : 9:30 am

    You see after, A quick analysis 10:30 am is the time that is best suited internationally,

    @laurensalad Is this time for webinars as well?
    Cheers,
    Jack
  • mynameisacemynameisace Hull, UKMember Posts: 2,484
    Plus, it's Twitter... Excuse yourself to use the rest room then two seconds on your phone and you have a question submitted ;)

    Ace
  • MarkOnTheIronMarkOnTheIron Member Posts: 1,447
    Or they could make an exception to THEIR working hours and make the event on a weekend. So everyone is happy. Well, maybe not everyone but at least we loyal customers are :D

  • KiwiLeeKiwiLee Member Posts: 181
    Over the next few months try 10am, 1pm and 6pm and see how it pans out numbers wise. Where I live most are middle of the night anyhow ;-)
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