The CHUCK fans have spoken and we have a basic idea of where we want to go in the future with this event on Twitter. The fans have selected some form of Chuck Me Out as the new trending topic. So, here are the options (please comment on the one you like the most):
1. Chuck Me Out by itself with no hashtags anywhere in the tweet.
No hashtags means Twitter cannot ban the common words. Also, since Chuck has trended on its own for various reasons, we could see that word trend on its own as a worst case scenario. People would click on the trending word and discover we were talking about the TV show.
One extra character used than if it was a hashtag. Fans used to typing in hashtags might forget and limit trending potential. Not instantly recognizable as related to the show.
Sarah is so pretty in this scene! Chuck Me Out
2. #chuckmeout by itself and no other hashtags.
People already used to typing in hashtags should be comfortable with this new tag. It also makes searching for specific tweets easier and relates to the website and Twitter account of the same name. It also promotes NBC's campaign to get people to engage in the show on their site and watch the episodes on their site. It also uses less characters so you can tweet more letters.
Easier for Twitter to ban (if they are doing it) and prevent us from trending.
Captain Awesome has his shirt off again! #chuckmeout
3. #chuckmeout and Chuck Me Out together.
Potential of trending either the hashtag or the non-hashtag term, or both. The word Chuck could trend on its own due to other people using it for non show related purposes. Includes the name of the Twitter account, the web site, and NBC's campaign name.
If the hashtag gets banned, it could mean every tweet using it gets banned, which would include the phrase Chuck Me Out (though, not permanently). This method also uses up more characters and so your messages have less content.
Morgan should really be with Anna. #chuckmeout chuck me out
Please post your opinions below (anonymous posting is enabled, but that also means each message is moderated for content first). Choose an option and comment on your reasoning. Thank you.