Jamie Millard Happiest when generating ideas and solving problems, Jamie brings focus and originality to every endeavour. Currently, she executes all marketing and advertising objectives for People’s Center Health Services, where she has successfully positioned People’s Center as the leader in new media strategies for community health centers in Minnesota. In addition to her “day” job, Jamie manages and co-edits a local literary arts magazine, Paper Darts. She is also a member of Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and volunteers on their membership and communications committee. When not working or volunteering, you’ll find Jamie walking her dogs or drooling over the newest tech gadget or video game. Guest Post: Twitter Chat: 7 easy steps for creating a transcript Twitter chats can be a powerful tool for engaging a community and sharing resources. But what happens after the chat is over? What happens to all of the comments, advice, resources, and links? Creating a transcript for Twitter chats and hosting them on a blog or website is an easy way to preserve the discussion. These transcripts become valuable, crowdsourced collections of specific resources for different topics—visited again and again for reference. While there are some services that archive chats for a fee, here is one way to create a Twitter chat transcript for free: *This method requires mild HTML literacy. New to HTML? Here’s a quick tutorial to help you get started. Step 1: Visit What the Hashtag? and search for the hastag for your twitter chat. Step 2: Once you have the right results for your hashtag, click “View Transcript” and choose the date your twitter chat took place. Then generate your transcript in HTML. Step 3: Once your transcript shows up, right click on the page and select “Save Page As.” Step 4: Your transcript will be a normal HTML page and you can edit it just like an HTML page (add a title, subtitle, change dimensions, etc.) Once you have the Twitter chat transcript as you want it to appear in its final form, save it again. Step 5: Upload the transcript to your website. The file will now have an URL associated with it, copy that URL. Step 6: Insert that URL into this iframe code: <iframe src=”URL LINK HERE” width=”600″ height=”600″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”auto” name=”myInlineFrame”>NON- COMPATIBLE BROWSER</iframe> (You can adjust the width and height fields in this code to best fit with your website.) Step 7: Now copy all of the iframe code and paste it into your website (it will fit anywhere you can normally place HTML code). Voila! Check out this post titled: How To Insert An iFrame Into A WordPress Post to learn more about how to insert iFrames into your WordPress blog! It’s easy!
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