A Hashtagify me glossary
This blog post will tell you more about how to use the hashtagify.me website.
When you first search for a hashtag on Hashtagify, you get an infographic like the one on the right.
For instance, suppose your tweet was about Facebook. So, you would choose #Facebook as a hashtag in your tweet. That would be in the red circle. Blue circles with high correlation include socialmedia and Twitter. 12.6% of tweets that have #Facebook also have #Twitter. So, it may be good marketing strategy to see if #Twitter could logically fit into your tweet.
To learn just about everything you need to know about Hashtagify in general, you can go to the Hashtagify Encyclopedia. In the meantime, these are some of the more important things you should know:
♦ Red Circle — The hashtag you searched for.
♦ Blue Circles — The top related hashtags. This is measured as a percentage of the tweets using the searched tweets that also used the related one.
• The higher the correlation, the thicker the line connecting the two circles.
• The greater the popularity, the bigger the circle.
• If you click on a blue circle, that becomes a search hashtag (red circle) and you can find new hashtags related to the search hashtag.
♦ Popularity — This is a 0-100 rating relative to the most popular hashtag on Twitter. The most popular hashtag will get 100. A hashtag that is never used would get 0. You can find this number either by hovering over a blue circle or else by looking at the infographic in table mode.
♦ Weekly & Monthly Trends — This tells how much the popularity of a hashtag has increased or decreased in the time frame.
♦ Top Influencer — The Hashtagify Me list is created based on the activity of each user for that hashtag, on the engagement the activity creates and on its reach. When you click on the top influencer tab, you get a list of up to six tweeters who use the searched tab. For more information on top influencers, go here and scroll down.
The previous post (about hashtags) should be read along with this one.
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