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#hashtags on Godinterest

It started on Twitter and it continues to be a driving force there, with trending topics almost always beginning with #. Although it’s now been cited more times than some can count, the research on Twitter suggests hashtags can’t be overstated.

A hashtag is a label for content. It helps others who are interested in a certain topic, quickly find content on that same topic. A hashtag looks something like this: #MarathonBombings or #SmallBizQuote. Hashtags are used mostly on social media sites.

Using hashtags to categorize posts by keyword:

  • People use the hashtag symbol # before a relevant keyword or phrase (no spaces) in their posts to categorize those posts and help them show more easily in a status.online Search. 
  • Clicking on a hashtagged word in any message shows you all other posts marked with that keyword.
  • Hashtags can occur anywhere in the post body – at the beginning, middle, or end.
  • Hashtagged words that become very popular are often Trending Topics.

Using hashtags correctly:

  • If you post with a hashtag on a public account, anyone who does a search for that hashtag may find your post
  • Don’t #spam #with #hashtags. Don’t over-tag a single post. (we recommend using no more than 2 hashtags per post.)
  • Use hashtags only on posts relevant to the topic. 

Trending Community Hashtags

#comeandfollowme#doyouloveme#followingjesus#freetofail#godrestores#holyweek#holyweek2018#mark2

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2 thoughts on “#hashtags on Godinterest”

  1. eddyprice2 says:

    All I have to say is he better not have on a MAGA hat or things can go left ha ha.

  2. Very Helpful, thank you. I have never used a hashtag for my posts. Maybe now I will try them. Be Blessed

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