Travel Talk on Twitter - Questions

Travel Talk on Twitter - Questions

#TTOT - Travel Talk on Twitter is the travel community's biggest Twitter chat, taking place every Tuesday at 9:30 AM/PM GMT. (Use the #TTOT hashtag during the week for your travel tweets!)

#TTOT - The Chat

It occurs *twice* every Tuesday:
9:30 AM and 9:30 PM Greenwich Mean Time

Check a World Clock and Meeting Planner to find where that time is in your part of the world.

Just copy, paste and tweet each question at the right time. Then join the discussion and have fun!

Around 9:15 am & pm GMT (or similar tweet): 

Get ready for #TTOT (Travel Talk on Twitter! Today's topic: "Accommodations; Homestays, Hostels or Hotels" via @RoniWeiss 
Join the fun! Join The Travel Talk on Twitter & search for #TTOT: - 5 travel questions to dicuss!


9:30 am&pm GMT:
Q1 via @janicke_hansen: What's your number one priority when choosing accommodation? Why? #TTOT
9:40 am&pm GMT:
Q2 via @TravelDaveUK: Do you prefer to book accommodation well in advance on your laptop or on the go whilst using a smartphone app. #TTOT
9:50 am&pm GMT:
Q3 via @TravelDudes: If money wouldn't matter, what kind of accommodation would you choose for your next trip? #TTOT
10:00 am&pm GMT:
Q4 via @HipTraveler: Do you always prefer to stay in one accommodation type over the others, or do you like to switch it up? #TTOT
10:10 am&pm GMT:
Q5 via @SeeJenTravel: What's one accommodation amenity that you're unwilling to sacrifice on no matter where you're traveling? #TTOT

Topic next week to tweet about:

Next #TTOT topic is: "Gap Years for Grown-ups" via @MagellanPR. Please add your questions on FB:
Please help to promote next week's topic a couple of times!

Next topics:

22nd Aug: Accommodations; Homestays, Hostels or Hotels 
29th Aug: Gap Years for Grown-ups 
5th Sep: What are the risks and rewards of Travelling off the Beaten Track
12 th Sep: Airlines and airfares
19th Sep: Crisis & Terror
26th Sep: best travel blogs
3rd Oct: Lunar Travel
10th Oct: Travel tricks & secrets
17 th Oct: Travel Faux Pas
24th Oct: Travelling with people you don't know


Further info about the Travel Talk on Twitter:

Travel Talk on Twitter is a social media travel event and a social travel hashtag on Twitter. 
Look out for the hashtag #TTOT

#TTOT Basics for the event:

* There are 2 #TTOT sessions. Like that, all the travel tweeters in every time zone can join the fun! (And the fun doesn't end just because #TTOT does. Feel free to keep responding throughout the day.)
* The hosts will send out 5 questions. Every 10 minutes there will be a new question.
Facebook page:
On this page you will be able to see which topic will be next, but even better... You can submit your questions and with a bit of luck, your question might get chosen for #TTOT! So, be creative! (And don't forget to include your Twitter handle so we can credit you during the event.)

#TTOT - The Hashtag:

Whenever you need any travel related help...
Whenever you have a question for your travels...
Whenever you tweet about travel...
Just add it to your tweet! It's short & a very well known hashtag! Travelers worldwide will look out for it and will use it as well to tweet about their passion... Travel!
It's not a hashtag of a single company... It's YOURS... It's OUR Social Travel Hashtag!
You can use #TTOT throughout the week to tag your travel-related tweets to get the attention of others in the #TTOT community.
Twitter is about being social and it starts with a simple #TTOT.

#TTOT's promises to you:

1) We pledge to be as open as possible.
2) We promise to take all criticism and ideas with the utmost seriousness and respect. Let us know if there's anything you think needs to change for us to better serve the travel Twitter community.
3) We won't use your tweets for any outside publication without your knowledge and consent.
That being said, don't be surprised if you end up in a #TTOT recap. If you are surprised, we hope it's in a happy way. Please don't assume that #TTOT runs the recaps, though, as we don't. If you don't want to be included in a recap, contact that person directly.