Twitter and Hashtags

Today it’s all about Twitter, all about hashtags. Twitter is another one of those platforms that will update things all the time, you’d need to stay on top of it, and there are a couple of specs I want to share with you about Twitter.

So, what’s unique about Twitter is that it’ll give you a minimal and a maximum text requirement on Twitter. The max text-ability on Twitter used to be 140 in November 2017, they actually doubled that to 280, so now you have a little extra room with your typing. The best part of the glam of Twitter is that it’s quick, it’s fast, it’s current and you’re not going to be stuck with these huge long posts like you would on Facebook. People go to Twitter to see things quick, fast and in a hurry so when you’re using your hashtags, you want to use them wisely because you are limited on your character count.

Twitter is so amazing because it connects you with so many different celebrities at a pretty much a face-to-face ability. You’ve got people all over the world that use Twitter and, you can get followings, you can get just a massive connection with people that are high up in the celebrity world just by using Twitter and commenting on their tweets and making tweets. 

Let’s talk about how to use Twitter and especially when it comes to hashtags. Okay, so there are a couple of different ways to use hashtags on Twitter and the first thing you want to do is just have a story that’s worth sharing. Now every time you post on Twitter, you’re going to have restrictions on sizes and we’ve got restrictions on text sizes, we’ve got restrictions on picture sizes, so if you’re posting an image on Twitter, you’re going to want to know the pixel size.

People use hashtags in many ways; they can use it to find other hashtaggers, they can use it to create their own hashtag and build their following, but you can also use hashtags in a fun way. But, you have to make sure that you’re not overdoing it, you’ve got an idea of how many characters you’re using, so you shouldn’t use more than 2 to 3 hashtags on your posts. Facebook has a little higher, Instagram is even higher than that but as far as hashtags go, but Twitter is kind of the minimalist view of your hashtags. 

There are some neat tips too if you want to find your posts trending on Twitter, there’s a cool online tool called Twitter Font Generator, and guess what? It’s absolutely free. Twitter font generator is an awesome tool that creates amazing text fonts for your posts. You can create attention-grabbing posts with this tool and increase your fan following on Twitter.

Here’s the thing to remember with hashtags, use them wisely, meaning, create hashtags that unify you in your community and create hashtags that create communities, really two different kinds, and there’s also just fun hashtags you can throw in there. But, make sure that you’re in those communities that you want to be affiliated with. So, do your research, do your homework, look them up, create your own communities and then you’ll be hashtagging it all the way through.

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