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Nov 13 Posted 2 years ago
Great article! I noticed that you mentioned Tagalus in it for defining a definition. I was confused at how outdated it is, they have not tweeted in almost 2 years, and their site hasn't been active for 3 years. Is there another definition tool you recommend?
Aug 29 Posted 2 years ago
Dear Edwin ~ I've been using #Twitter for over 3 years and take advantage of the benefits of using #hashtags. You've put a personal spin on this educational article. All great points, including awareness that people will always try to hijack and do mischief with your unique #hashtag. Be careful. Smile. Blessings, Debby
Apr 25 Posted 2 years ago
I enjoyed this article, I had know of the power of hashtags in Twitter but I liked the perspective in which this was written, I also enjoy the tools that one can use that you offered. There is nothing better than getting directly the what to use and how to use it to achieve something. Thanks.
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Apr 24 Posted 2 years ago
Great article, Edwin. Surprisingly easy to overlook a simple but powerful tool like hashtag marketing. For smaller twitter accounts, piggybacking on to existing hashtags seems to make the most sense. Getting traction on a new hashtag usually takes quite a lot of followers /views.