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Hashtag is a tag used to reference content into appropriate categories. It cannot be emphasized enough, how hashtags help your content to:
1. get identified
2. be accessible
3. read by the right people.
A few benefits of using hashtags:
Remember a hashtag if used in connection to branding, then:
A hashtag can be short or long. You can use a one or more hashtags on a post, combining generic and personalized hashtags. For example:
#saaplyalert #saaply #startups #agri #india
#saaplyalert and #saaply are personalized hashtags of Search Access and Apply aka SAAply.
In case you are using or planing to use hashtags that combines or includes the name of the product or company and it is either applied for or a registered trademark. Then do remember to add a disclaimer on the posts or newsletters stating that the Hashtag has a registered or applied-for trademark, this will prevent the dilution of the trademark.
To generate a non-infringing personalized hashtags one can take a few precautions:
2. Run a search: Check if the word that you wish to use is available and not someone’s trademark.
Below is a list of free Hashtag generators and tools to generate generic hashtags:
4. Inlytics is a searchable hashtag database and generator. Link: https://www.inlytics.io/tools/overview
5. LazyApply’s Linkedin Hashtags generator
6. Circleboom’s Linkedin Hashtags generator Link: https://circleboom.com/blog/best-linkedin-hashtag-generator/
7. TagsFinder Link: https://www.tagsfinder.com/en-us/?ref=buffer.com
For more tools read this article :https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-best-hashtag-generator-tools-2021-gaurav-sharma/
What tips do you have entrepreneurs and content creators? Share in comments!
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