#PPLive All The Time (On The Twitter Machine)

Hey there.

It has occurred to us that while we made mention of this on Twitter, we never used this format to thoroughly explain the #PPLive hashtag we use on Twitter. This is a good time to do so, right?

During games, Padres fans engage in some great conversation on Twitter. There’s some grousing, there’s some faith keeping, and there’s a whole lot of funny shit going on. Most of us participate, and we wanted a way for our readers to follow the conversation. During Spring Training, we introduced the #PPLive hashtag for use during games. It’s not just for us, though. We invite you to join in the conversation using #PPLive during Padres games, create a bigger conversation, and discover some of the great follows on Padres Twitter.

As a side note, we may conduct some contests/giveaways via #PPLive in the future. So, stay tuned for that!


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