If you’re on Twitter, you’ve likely found yourself more than once pondering about what hashtag to use for a tweet.
Or perhaps you don’t know the best way to connect with people who share your interests (not including Justin Bieber).
Or maybe you’re a Twitter lurker, and you just want a more efficient way to find content related to, well, content.
Either way, hashtags are a valuable resource for people looking to easily share or find things related to their interests online.
With Twitter having more than 170 million users and over 300 million tweets every day, it’s easy to get lost in Twitter’s black hole. Using the right hashtag can clear some of the clutter and allow you to search for some interesting topics and engage in worthwhile conversations.
And since here at Engage we’re all about content, I’d like to share 15 of the most-used content hashtags that you should bookmark, follow, tweet, and use to connect with other content savvy minds – each with a sample Tweet to give you a taste of what you’ll find:
— Rebecca P. Scherr (@rebeccapscherr) July 19, 2012
— Kyle & Irving (@Kyle_n_Irving) July 23, 2012
— Megan Whalin (@MeganWhalin) July 23, 2012
— Grant Tilus (@granttilus) July 23, 2012
— Ana Pavlovic (@ana_pav) July 23, 2012
— Nick Fane (@nicholasfane) July 23, 2012
— Lima Al-Azzeh (@ivancouverite) July 23, 2012
— Greg Satell (@Digitaltonto) July 15, 2012
Any I missed? Share in the comments any content related hashtags you use![image: Linds Robertson]