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  • hashtag power

    Have you ever created a hashtag keywork or topic on Twitter and found that hashtag really exploding? Are there any keys to successful hashtags, or is it mostly a matter of luck?

  • #2
    I think a lot of it's luck, but here a few things NOT to do. Don't put more than 2 or 3 tags on any 1 post; don't spam with hashtags; and don't use hashtags unrelated to a tweet, or you'll come off as dishonest.


    • #3
      you can also see what is trending and use that hashtag if it's relevant

      Last edited by greenmatter; 2012-03-21, 12:44 PM.


      • #4
        I don't really think it's effective by any chance. Since there are a lot of words with the same meaning. unless if they provide the options themselves for users to select.


        • #5
          Check this out!
          How To Make A Hashtag Go Viral