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How To Use Hashtags To Boost Your Online Presence [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Use Hashtags To Boost Your Online Presence [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that studies have shown that tweets with hashtags generate up to double the engagement rate?

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The History Of #Hashtags [INFOGRAPHIC]

Thinking Of Using A Hashtag On Twitter? 4 Quick Tips To Maximise ROI [INFOGRAPHIC]

What was your first hashtag?

Chances are you don’t remember – they have been around (at least in their modern sense) since 2007, after all – and if you’re in any way an active user of social media, particularly Twitter or Instagram, everyday use of hashtags has pretty much become par for the proverbial course.

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25% Of Those 55+ Want Hashtags To Be Taught In Schools; 68.5% Of Young Adults Don’t [SURVEY]

1 In 4 Baby Boomers Want Hashtags To Be Taught In Schools, But 68.5% Of Young Adults Don't [SURVEY]

Results of a recent survey, which queried 1,000+ Americans nationwide and was sponsored by founder of Live Your Message Marisa Murgatroyd, demonstrate that Americans are divided when it comes to teaching social media in schools.

A full quarter of respondents aged 5+ thought hashtags should be taught in schools, whereas 68.5% of respondents aged 18-24 believed the opposite.

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How Effective Are Twitter Hashtags During TV Commercials? [STUDY]

Hashtags are everywhere, and it’s now very unusual for a major television program or event not to include its own hashtag to encourage viewers to talk about the show online with friends and followers. And sometimes a single hashtag isn’t enough – reality talent programming such as The X Factor, American Idol and Britain’s Got Talent¬†use multiple hashtags during each show.

Marketers are starting to take notice, and hashtags are increasingly popping up during commercials. The Super Bowl, the most-watched TV event of the year, was actively discussed on social media, and brands who advertised during the game hoped to control these conversations with specific hashtags. But did it pay off?

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