How to Create a Hashtag

How to Create a Hashtag

Why do you need a Hashtag?

Hashtags enable businesses to help consumers find them through social media.

Often times, people will search a hashtag on Google or on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram. Using them enables folks to remember you by your brand or promote a call to action.

The goal is to help users find you through tracking a popular topic or trending “hashtag” OR to search based on your brand name, product or service offering.

Registered Hashtags and ones that are “tagged” on news items, articles, posts, social media status updates – are trackable and traceable.

Whether it’s to support a promotion or a campaign, hashtags provide companies with the ability to organize and direct conversations and engagements with consumer audiences.

I’ll make this real simple.

Go to the TWUBS website by clicking here:
https://twubs.com/p/register-hashtag

Once you enter a hashtag you are interesting in obtaining, TWUBS will do a quick search to see if anyone claimed it already.

Search for your hashtag.

If it’s taken, you’ll get a red alert “Sorry! Hashtag is already registered.” notification.

If not, you’ll get a GREEN alert letting you know that your desired hashtag is available.

Then you’ll begin describing the hashtag for type of event, organization type and topic (yes, you can type in and create your own topic if missing from the pre-approved suggested topics).

Upload your title, description and a headshot/profile badge image, and you’re set!

About Jeremy Broekman

As an expert in marketing, branding, advertising, social media, graphic design and website development, Jeremy trains corporate, entertainment industry, real estate, start-up and nonprofit C-suite and V-suite executives. Jeremy leads summits and seminars that show professionals how to launch successful marketing campaigns and manage effective promotions. He coaches and consults teams and individuals in the areas of business development, brand strategy and social media. Jeremy is a Spartan racer, charismatic connector and master networker. His presentations are highly motivational and energizing, showing teams how to overcome obstacles and develop a shared vision. Jeremy draws on his experience at Universal Television and Xerox Corporation to train senior managers of Fortune 500 companies.

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