Contest for 8 Best Blog Posts about Hashtagify #Hashtag Secrets

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Image courtesy of Danilo Rizzuti /

Hashtags, words we use to label and search social media, are like keywords. If you are still work  only with keywords, then it’s time to understand what is more typical in many social media users hands and that is hashtags.

Most of the major social media platforms use hashtags: Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube are a few where the use of hashtags can help you be more findable.

But just like we might analyze the right key words, a similar understanding of hashtags will help increase visitors to your blog or website.

Here is how and where you get to learn from the best analysis of eight selected bloggers who revealed their use of one particularly advanced hashtag tool.

Last month I participated in a blogging contest at 

There are several hashtags that are relevant for reaching my audience so it is important to know as much about the nuances and changes of their use. In my experience, is the easiest and most comprehensive new tool to use for this.

With screen shots and explanations, in eight different bloggers voices and perspectives, in a blogging contest at you will find interesting and useful approaches to using hashtags – everyday words that everyday people use everywhere in the world to find what they want on the internet- successfully to help your audience find you.

Here is the list of the blog post titles, in chronological order:

  • The Event Hashtag: A Very Rough Guide
  • Twitter: Celebrities vs. Things That Really Matter
  • Big Ten football network: Who is the winner on Twitter?
  • Hashtags Stories Of 2013: The #SFBatKid Rises
  • SEO and SMM: Which Hashtags Should You Use?
  • Personal Branding 101: How to Use Hashtags to Become a Top Twitter Influencer
  • Maximize Your Brand’s Reach On Twitter Using Social Network Analysis
  • Even #introverts can profitably use #hashtags

A double win contest:

If you follow my blog for anytime, you know me to be a collaborator. So what is the double win – you get valuable content and, I’d love for you to vote for my blog post.

Can you guess which blog post it is?

Oh you are just so clever! You got it: Even #introverts can profitably use #hashtags

One, sign up for your own hashtagify account right away. It’s free.

Two, vote for your favorite blog post!

Of course I would love you to vote for mine you know. Together with the votes from the other users and a jury panel, one of the eight bloggers will win a $2,000 final prize.

Voting is open until Friday 21st at midnight (PST), so please go over now!

You’ll thank me for the valuable information. And I thank you for your help.

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  1. I can always count on you to point me in the right direction with great tools. I am embarrassed to say hash tags are something I have little to know knowledge of. I will take the time to check out all that you’ve mentioned to help bring myself up to speed. Thank you again my friend. 🙂
    Susan Cooper recently posted…Ode To My Garage: Poem (Podcast)My Profile

  2. I’ll be honest, I forget to use hashtags all the time. Anything that helps to make it even easier and get the right keywords is great.
    Debra Yearwood recently posted…5 Ways To Be Strategic, In Spite of DataMy Profile

  3. Hashtags is something we should all try to benefit from. Have to say that, like Debra, I seldom use them. The main reason is that I use two languages. It’s actually easier to find the right hashtags in English than in Swedish. Catch is for my business I need them in Swedish:-)
    Catarina recently posted…Have you ever gone straight from success to failure?My Profile

  4. Patricia- I really haven\’t used Hashtags. I would love to vote for you, but not to sound stupid, I have no idea how to vote for you. I went to the link Even #introverts can profitably use #hashtags Please give me very detailed (rumper room )directions.( remember my age group) and I will anything I can to help you
    Arleen recently posted…Using Technology to Promote Your Business and How it is Influenced by Our YouthMy Profile

    • Bhavesh Patel says

      Arleen — We are on the same boat. I always forget to Hashtag in-fact when I remember to add the Hashtag usually I don’t add it into post. From the starting time I am not much familiar with the Hashtag

  5. I’m using hashtags more and more all the time. I’ve even started a spreadsheet where I can collect ones related to writing. I also follow various ones related to food and travel. I resisted the urge for awhile, but I’ve also started to add one at the end of each blog post title.
    Jeri recently posted…How to Develop Writing Discipline #WriteTipMy Profile

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