Hashtagify HashSmart Is Coming

You know what? R&D is difficult!

Almost two months ago we announced to our followers that we were working on a new technology still in its infancy, but with a great potential. We also wrote about a new low-price, super easy to use product called the Hashtagify Tutor, and said you would hear about it soon.

Machine LearningAs it turned out, this took a bit longer than we hoped. But now we can officially announce that Hashtagify Tutor is coming. And he won’t come alone; for the enjoyment of our more analysis oriented users, he will be accompanied by the Hashtagify Research Assistant.

They will both be powered by the new technology we wrote about, which is coming of age and whose name we can now announce. Our researchers call it the Hashtags-Influencers Network Smart Analyzer. But we decided for a shorter name: Hashtagify HashSmart

What is it about? Well, it’s not launch day yet. But one thing I can already tell you is that Hashtagify HashSmart™ is able to analyze a Twitter account’s use of hashtags, sift through the 38 million hashtags and several billion interrelationships we have in our Hashtagify.me database, and come out with personalized, targeted suggestions.

Moreover, HashSmart is based on machine learning technologies that allow it to become smarter as it gets to know you better. And its capabilities don’t stop just with hashtags suggestions.

So, when will this be published? Well, if you’re a Hashtag Intelligence Business or Enterprise user, you’ll get an invitation to the early beta in the next days. Everybody else will have to wait two more weeks for the official launch. Just a little more patience.

Share Hashtags Visualizations On Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, G+

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On our website hashtagify.me we like creating beautiful, interactive visualizations. Being interactive, though, means that the visualization isn’t a ready-to-share image.

Some of our users obviated this obstacle by taking a screenshot, and then sharing that one. But we understand not everybody has the patience to do it.

So we created a new feature: the Share button for our visualizations. Using it, we will automatically create an image from what you’re seeing, and you’ll only need to use your favorite social network to do the share itself!

Just click on the “Share” button at the left of the visualization, and proceed. Enjoy!

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White Label Reports & Reports Scheduler

We’re thrilled to announce that we have completed the White Label Reports feature for our Hashtag Intelligence advanced product. Our Enterprise customers can already customize the layout of their reports, using their own – or their customers’ – logo, their preferred title and subtitle, header, footer, colors. You can find an example of a custom layout at the end of this email.

Talking about reports, it is possible to get them automatically delivered to your email through our new Pdf Report Scheduler. This is active for both Business and Enterprise subscribers. If you want to learn more about this feature, read here!

Example white label report layout:

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Hashtagify's Sparkling New Sparklines

You might already have noticed, but we just published on Hashtagify.me an update we’re really proud of: Sparklines, sparklines everywhere!

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These little charts show the popularity for the last 2 months for each hashtag – click them to get more details. Enjoy!

Hashtagify Widgets: Embed Hashtags Data In Your Website – Free!

Would you like to use our live hashtags data in your website or blog? Now you can, just like in this example:

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As a matter of fact, we’ve just released our new Hashtagify Widgets. You can choose to show your users:

  • The popularity and top related hashtags for a hashtag – as a graph or as a table
  • Trend charts, with weekly data for the last 2 months
  • Trend comparisons, where you can compare different hashtags in the same charts
  • Top 30 hashtags charts, where you can list the top hashtags for a given language, by month and by week

Image: Comparison widget Embedding our data is easy:

  1. Go to our Hashtagify Widget Wizard
  2. Choose the widget type you want on your website
  3. Choose your hashtag (or hashtags) and the width for the widget
  4. Copy and paste the html code to your website, like you do with YouTube and other embeds

The data in our widgets is interactivealways up to date, and completely free. We only require you to leave the attribution to our website.

If you want to see how easy it is to integrate hashtags data into your website, just Try the wizard now!

Hashtag Intelligence beta: PDF Reports

Web interfaces have a great advantage over printed reports: You can interact with data, and this makes it easy to show a lot more information in an easy to access way. This is why we organized our Hashtag Intelligence web interface starting from a high-level view, and then allowing you to drill down to the single tweet level.

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But sometimes you need to print or send just a part of the whole analysis. Many users requested a PDFexport feature, and now it is ready – as an open beta. With this version you can open your hashtag tracker, select which data you want to include, and launch the report generation. When the report is ready, you’ll receive an email with the link to download it.

Coming next are scheduled reports and white-label reports. But in the meantime, we’re very interested in any piece of feedback you’d like to send us. If you aren’t a Hashtag Intelligence user yet, feel free to take a look at this example report for #brandchat, or to try our 14-day free trial and create a report for yourself.

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Hashtagify Blog Contest: And The Winner Is….

Katie Williams, with her great post Personal Branding 101: How to Use Hashtags to Become a Top Twitter Influencer

Participating in this contest has been amazing. It’s not only helped me to hone my writing skills, but also introduced me to Hashtagify, which is truly an excellent tool that I use to monitor various campaigns

Katie added that she’s excited to use her prize earnings to kick-start a business idea she’s working on, which involves facilitating workshops to students in the Netherlands teaching them tech skills like coding. Katie, congratulations and good luck!

And congratulations also to all the other participants in the contest, starting with Kristi Kellogg who came in second with her post SEO and SMM: Which Hashtags Should You Use? and Randy Olson who came third with Maximize Your Brand’s Reach On Twitter Using Social Network Analysis, without forgetting Duncan Rice, Patricia Weber and Tarek Riman who authored the other posts.

To close, let us thank our jury panel for their fundamental contribution to a fair and high quality competition:

  • Ann Smarty is an accomplished blogger, expert in Social Media Marketing and SEO, and founder of MyBlogGuest.com, a great resource both for guest bloggers and blog owners
  • Brandon Schaefer is a great social media marketer and the CEO of 90DayEntrepreneur, an organization that helps entrepreneurs take their business ideas to the next level. For more information, visit http://90DayEntrepreneur.com today

Hashtagify.me Blog Contest: Vote Your Posts!

UPDATE Vote is closed. Many thanks to everybody who voted!

22068086_s (1) If you’re a registered user on hashtagify.me, please help us choose the winner for our $4,000 contest: Vote for the posts you like the most!