Sam Kusinitz says, “Hashtags were initially introduced to Twitter to make it easier for users to keep track of certain types of content on Twitter and find the people and topics most relevant to their interests. Today, hashtags have become a cultural phenomenon — they’re on almost every social network and used in everyday conversations.

While hashtags are fairly widespread, lots of marketers still aren’t using them properly. Simply including a hashtag in a tweet does not ensure that it will be successful — it’s a bit more strategic than that.

To help avoid making silly hashtags mistakes in your own marketing, let’s take a look at the top ways people and companies use them wrong”.

7 Silly Hashtag Mistakes No One Should Make


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