Facebook is also making hashtags searchable, even if they originate on different services, such as Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, Google+ and Instagram. From the Hashtag feed you can also compose posts directly.
Here’s one unique information about hashtag, anyone can make anything into a hashtag by adding a # in front of a word, acronym or phrase with no spaces. On Facebook, this is no different. As soon as you use the # symbol a blue box will appear over your tag. Then click Post. Your tag will appear in bold within your status update.
Facebook is tracking those hashtags people are using, after putting your post up, you can always click on your new tag to see who else is using that same phrase and what they are saying. Every hashtag on Facebook has its own unique URL.
Unlike Twitter or Instagram where most users’ profiles are public, Facebook users have private profiles. Thus, the hashtags most people use on their posts are not discoverable to the public and are therefore limited to the people they know. Because of this, most public hashtags belong to influencers or brands.
Discovering hashtags and related content on Facebook is quite simple, I believe the below tips would help a lot.
How to discover hashtags and related content on Facebook:
- Click on a hashtag to see related posts: by clicking on a hashtag you will be allowed to see related post and that cold make your goal easier and better.
- Search using the search bar: Hashtags on Facebook previously were not recognized, but now they are. By clicking the word you want to view in the search bar, you will be open to seeing the information you want.This was formerly not recognisable as being expressed earlier but now they are, for everyone’s satisfaction.
Now you are aware of the relevance of using hashtag on Facebook and how to be recognisable, I do hope you are ready to use this feature to your advantage.
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