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Post Number:#1  Postby Scott » Thu Aug 18, 2011 7:21 pm

Every Class Offered By A Legitimate Member Gets Tweeted And Posted To Our Facebook Page

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How To Use Twitter Hash Tags-Search Terms

Post Number:#2  Postby Scott » Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:35 pm

If you own or run any type of business you need to utilize Twitter and Facebook. I will be posting hints and tricks to help you use these platforms successfully.

TWITTER HASH TAGS

Don't get confused by all the mindless tutorials on hash tags. They are just simple search terms. For instance the hash tag built into our Twitter Platform on ArmedBadger is #concealedcarry. If anyone is interested in concealed carry they will use that as a search term. When you tweet any post here the hash tag #concealedcarry is automatically inserted into your tweet.

All hash tags must begin with the pound sign # and be one string of letters or words. The pound sign alerts twitter it is a search for all tweets containing that term. Using #concealed carry as a hash tag would return very few results. It is not required to be one string, but that's the way most people use them. You can and should use more than one hash tag in your tweets. Search terms trending as of this post are;

#peopleiveseenlive
#ICanHonestlySay
#ProvokeCuriosity

As you can see they are all one string.

Use hash tags that pertain to your tweet and pertain to the group you want to see your tweet. Lets say you sell widgets that are used by hunters, and you want to get your tweet out to hunters that might buy your widget. To reach hunters you might want to use these hash tags;

#widget [your product]
#hunters [the group you want to see your tweets]

Then you might to want to use some hash tags hunters might be interested in;

#shotgun
#deer
#turkey

Get the idea?

As an example of real use, when I tweet classes from our training Opportunities these are the hash tags I use;

#concealedcarry [our default hash tag]
#wisconsin [these are the people we want to reach]
#training [sub groups of people we want to reach]
#ccwtraining
#gunrights

Experiment with twitter, use hash tags to do your own searches and see which ones have the most popular views. Sometime you just want to reach as many people as possible without any interest in your widget. That's where using the trending hash tags may be of use to you.

If you need further help or have any questions post here or PM me.

Good luck!
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