Buddy Chat was once a feature of AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) that let users chat with more than one person in either a pre-existing or user-created chatrooms.
The name "Buddy Chat" has been phased out and replaced with "Group Chat," which more accurately conveys the ability to chat with more than one person in a group chat space.
Done right, they generate lively conversations and build deep connections between participants and brands.
Like any social media tactic, before diving in it’s worth taking some time to understand the ins and outs of Twitter chats.
It runs on personal computers, smartphones, and tablet PCs.