How Hashtagify Advanced Mode Helped Duncan Land His Dream Job

Duncan Rice @dunk_rice is a social media marketer and user of hashtagify.me. Duncan RiceHe recently got a new job and was kind enough to share the story of how he got it with us.

In December (so a little over 6 months ago) my wife and I adopted a
cat from Cats Protection, a UK cat re-homing charity. A few weeks later, she read a Facebook post from them asking for someone to help out with their new website and social media accounts, something I had been interesting in for a while. She showed me the post, we went along to the next homing show and … to cut a long story short, I am now running the @CrawleyReigate Twitter & Pinterest accounts and assisting on FB and the website in a voluntary capacity

One of the other volunteers on the website works in project management for an insurance company and when I decided to open a LinkedIn account, was one of my first connections. He works in the same building at an Internet Consulting firm and, you guessed it, showed the boss of this firm some of the work I’ve been doing.

Another LinkedIn connection followed, a friendly chat was arranged and before I knew it we were talking about social media, content management, web & app based tools etc.

Part of this discussion focused on the use of hashtags – how they could be used and where to find the right ones. We’d used some live testing of tools like OneQube and Tagboard, but Hashtagify was the only tool which enabled us to find related tags.

In the second interview we did another live test with Hashtagify, using the advanced mode to establish links between the most relevant tags. Your tool made a great impression and enabled me to identify a number of related tags which we could use to target specific industries, groups etc.

I’m now delighted to say that yesterday I was offered the position of Digital Marketing Executive with the added goal of increasing the companys social media presence!

Thank you for helping me make that good impression and I look forward to hearing more about the new hashtag timing feature – looks great!

Duncan, thank you for sharing this great story with us! And good luck with your new job!!

Coming Soon To Hashtagify Beta: Hashtags Trends Comparison

Some great new features are coming to hashtagify.me. Already available in beta are hashtags trends and an analysis of the days of the week and times for the day when each hashtags are more used.

Coming soon to the beta is the ability to compare the trends of different hashtags; If you want to get an example of this feature, you can check out this blog post on Social Media Sun.

prism-hashtags-timeline

15 Million Hashtags, And Counting

hashtagify15millionHashtagify.me has been collecting data about hashtags on Twitter since April 2011, and the use of hashtags has only been going up since then. So, after little more than two years, we’re proud to announce that today we passed the mark of 15 million hashtags classified in our systems, that you can still search and browse almost instantly.

Not just that. In the next weeks we’re going to release on hashtagify.me many new, advanced features, and still for the same convenient price of 0 USD.

Now that we’re talking about it, would you like to know why is hashtagify.me free, and help us keeping it that way? You can do that, read about our approach, and validate it with your feedback. Oh, and you can also gain early access to our new features – you just need to answer a few questions about which features you’d like more. Read more.

Top Languages For Twitter Hashtags

Hashtagify.me has just become an even more powerful free tool for all those interested in Twitter hashtags. In addition to finding the top related hashtags and the top influencers for each hashtag, now you can also find which are the top languages used with it.

Languages for #paris

As the Twitter audience continues to become more and more global, it is important to know which hashtags are relevant to which language speakers. Hashtagify.me already allowed you to explore 12,499,159 hashtags (and counting); now you can also find out if they are used by the language community you’re interested into.

To get this new data, just go to hashtagify.me, search your hashtag, and open the “Languages” tab. Enjoy!