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5 Best Practices for Hashtags

Hashtags are the quickest and easiest way to search for and find out what Twitter users are currently talking about.

They’re also key to productive Twitter engagement – hashtags put your tweets in front of the people who are interested in them.

Check out this post for a short history of the hashtag.

But most importantly: how do you use them? And how do you use them well?

 

In an effort to staunch the flow of annoying hashtag stuffing on Twitter, and help you amp up your Twitter efforts in 2013, here are five best practices for using hashtags on Twitter.

Don’t overuse them. Hashtags are most effective when you use them judiciously. Including more than two in a single tweet is overkill. And irritating. Rule of thumb: you only need to tag the most important word that represents the theme of your tweet.

Be obvious. Often, the best hashtag is the most obvious one. Consider this case study: the producers of the American version of X-Factor wanted to differentiate their show from the original British version, so they settled on using the hashtag “XFUSA.” But then a funny thing happened: fans, of their own accord, started using the non-promoted #xfactor five times more than the official #XFUSA.

So the producers listened to their fans and changed it up, using #xfactor to promote the show in its second episode. They saw an immediate increase in the Twitter conversation surrounding the show.

Join a conversation. You can benefit from the power of hashtags without generating them on your own. Find a Twitter chat that’s relevant or interesting to you by identifying its hashtag, and follow along.

There is a Google Spreadsheet online that lists all of the active Twitter hashtag chats, which is a great place to start browsing for topics that interest you. Alternatively, you can find hashtag chats through Twitter.com’s search, by asking your followers about any chats they might participate in, or by stumbling across one in the trending topics list. Bonus: If you join in a popular conversation on Twitter using a hashtag, you increase the likelihood that you’ll get retweeted.

Try before you buy. Before jumping head-first into a dialogue, it’s best to double-check what the hashtag being used really means. Sites like What The Trend show you the top hashtag trending topics on Twitter, along with a short description of each, how long ago this phrase started trending and when it received its description. It’s worth taking the extra few seconds to look before you leap. Don’t want to make this mistake.

Target your audience. Ironic hashtags will always be a thing, but best practice on Twitter dictates that proper hashtags are used to target other tweeps with relevant messages. Take advantage of the hashtag as a filing or labeling tool by indicating to the Twittersphere who your tweets are intended for. For example, a marketing pro could use the hashtag #marketing101 to indicate that a tweet contains marketing intel; or if you are a freelance web designer, for instance, you might want to tag those tweets that contain tips for fellow designers with #webdesigntip.

 

By Allison Stadd , Media Bistro

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How To Get Your Twitter Account Verified in 2 minutes (By Changing Your Header Photo)

Have you ever wanted to be famous? Of course you have! Now you can make your Twitter profile look like it’s verified, just like professional skater Lil’ Wayne.

With Twitter’s new header, you can now upload a cover photo onto your profile to be seen online and on mobile devices. This works instantly, but do it at your own risk!

Just click here and change your header with the images below to get “verified” in seconds!

Use this one for average sized names:

This one for smaller names:

And this one for longer names:

 Then use the levers below your new background to adjust it to the perfect size.

This is what a real verified Twitter account looks like:

And here’s my new one. LOOK, I’M FAMOUS!

Yes, of course, it’s very cheesy, but there will be plenty of Twitter users that might want to prank their friends. Or maybe they just want to feel famous for a bit. Don’t we all?

The above images are around 520 by 260 pixels, but Twitter recommends the dimensions be 1200 x 600 for decent quality, so the verified icon doesn’t look too blurry. To make your own custom one, just open up your background photo wanted in Photoshop (or whatever) and resize it to 1200 x 600, then insert the Twitter verified logo at the appropriate spot and save.

But BE WARNED

According to Twitter:

“Misuse of Twitter Badges: You may not use a Verified Account badge or Promoted Products badge unless it is provided by Twitter. Accounts using these badges as part of profile photos, header photos, background images, or in a way that falsely implies affiliation with Twitter will be suspended.”

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Unmetric Reports: Audi, Mercedes, VW Ahead in Social Media Engagement

New report on automakers reveals luxury automobile brands command powerful presence on Facebook and Twitter NEW YORK – With the U.S. auto show season in full swing, automakers are taking advantage of social media to get consumers excited about new and current models, and hopefully through the doors …

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How Grammy Nominees Stack Up on Social Media

What if Grammys were given out based on popularity on social media? This infographic examines which nominees are dominating Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

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How Grammy Nominees Stack Up on Social Media

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RebelMouse: Keeping a Grip in One Big Social Whirl

Busy social networkers will know how much hassle it can be to keep swapping between different services, each with its own app or website. The aggregators tested here aim to make your life simpler by bringing many social networking accounts into one place.

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Rebel Mouse, the new web service by former Huffington Post CTO Paul Berry, wants to be the front page to your life on the internet.

On first glance, it looks like a digital newspaper of your social life, organized on Pinterest. After you spend some time on the site, it becomes clear that it’s much more than that.

Although people are great at updating social networks such as Twitter and Facebook, their personal websites are a constant source of embarrassment. Berry told Mashable, Rebel Mouse brings it all together.

“When I was chief tech officer at Huffington Post, people would constantly come to me asking me how to build a homepage,” Berry said. The only answer he had to give is that it was really hard. He knew, however, that it should be something that was easy to do.

Rebel Mouse lets you connect your Facebook and Twitter to a homepage that constantly refreshes itself. You are also able to rearrange posts so that you have a level of editorial curation that supersedes what Facebook and Twitter alone provides.

While the website only allows for Facebook and Twitter integration at launch, Instagram and Tumblr will be integrated in “three to six weeks, max,” according to Berry. Also coming soon to the service is an increased ability to see what other Rebel Mouse users are doing.

In the longer run, Rebel Mouse hopes to monetize organically by providing businesses an e-commerce platform, allowing people such as photographers and fashion designers to sell their wares in a dynamic, visual way. Another form of monetization they plan on is sponsored content.

“I hate display advertising,” Berry told Mashable. “Brands are dying to become publishers, but they know that they are bad at it. Rebel Mouse should help them be good at it, and help them engage with influencers as well.”

The platform is also working on a native iOS mobile app, which it has unique plans for. “We’re going to allow people and businesses to launch personalized iOS apps using our platform.” Berry told Mashable. These apps will allow people with large personal followings as well as businesses to create native apps that allow fans and followers to track what they do in the social space in a centralized location.

“It’ll be a reasonable price point,” Berry said— something around $20 a month to have an app, and then an additional $1-$3 a month.

A basic Rebel Mouse account will always be free, Berry said, but if you want your account pointing to a personal domain name, you will need to pay $3 a month. If a business wants to use a Rebel Mouse in a personalized way, they’ll have to pay $3 a week, which comes out to be just over $150 a year.

So is it more of a publishing platform, or a social platform?

“The magic is in that it’s both,” Berry told Mashable. “A social platform where you are just reading doesn’t feel right. A publishing platform that isn’t social is frustrating.”

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Social Media BLING: The Next Big Thing?

How to get a celebrities and the elite to follow you on Twitter

Twitter expert Keith Keller reveals how you can land a spot in your favorite celebrity’s follow list in 2013.

Find the right target “You have a better shot at being followed by a celebrity who actually follows their fans,” says Keith. “They obviously take an interest in them.” • Leighton Meester? She follows 130 people. Too hard. • Justin Bieber? He follows over 119,000. Totally doable!

Stand out from the crowd When trying to get a celebrity’s attention in their feed, you have to make your tweet stand out. “Using keywords is the best way to get their attention,” says Keith. “Find out what they’re interested in and what they’re tweeting about.” • Use trending hashtags• Include your own hook• Be consistent (they’ll notice you eventually!)

… but don’t be creepy The worst thing you could do is make your username something stalkerish like @justinbieberismine because chances are, it will just get you the wrong kind of attention. Instead, Keith suggests you use something “catchy and easy for them to remember”.

Find out what’s important to them “Showing support for something that’s important to them is an almost fail-proof way to get their attention,” reveals Keith. “Retweet links they’ve posted, share their videos and help them promote something that they really believe in.” Nothing OTT, just a few flattering words and a compliment, or two!

Make their fans your fans Need one last shot? Flood their Twitter stream. “Target their Twitter friends by replying to their posts,” says Keith. “Aim to write the best ever tweet – something witty that they want to retweet.” Your celeb will see that every tweet in their feed is a retweet of yours. You must be someone worth following then, right? Genius.

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Pulse Gets More Personal, Lets Users Add Their Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Flickr & Tumblr Feeds

Pulse, the popular news-reading app for the Web and mobile, just announced that it is going beyond the standard news sources it currently features and is adding authenticated social feeds from social sites like YouTube, Tumblr, Instagram, Flickr and Facebook to its app.

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How to Get Started Building a Digital Media Strategy

It’s a different world out there. In 2013, digital media-social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, plus other digital avenues such as YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest and others-will become increasingly important to brand awareness.

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