Hashtags started on Twitter before spreading to almost all social media platforms, the latest being Facebook who recently added them. These tags can be very useful into making content searchable and creating real online conversations.
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But they do obey some kind of etiquette which you should be familiar with in order to make the most out of them and not TagBomb your audience.
The following infographic by Gremln.com will give you great insight on the Do’s and Dont’s of using hashtag in your social media content.
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