Hashtag on Facebook Also

Hashtag on Facebook
After Twitter and Google+,  now Mark Zuckerberg also introduce the Hashtag on Facebook. Using these hashtags, user can find out what others are discussing. To make a clickable hashtag, user have to add hash sign (#) before word. For example. #BondHighPlus (it is interesting to explore, you know). Clicking on this hashtag, user will get all the discussions on that particular topic.
Please keep in mind:
  • A hashtag must be written as a single word, without any spaces.
  • You can include numbers in a hashtag, but punctuation and special characters (like $ and %) won’t work.
  • Search for a hashtag using the search bar at the top of any page.
  • You’ll only see posts that were shared with you.
Best Practices
Popular hashtags can be effective
Sometimes, the most popular hashtag are the ones that make it easiest to reach fan. For example, you may feel tempted to differentiate a topic or promote the topic like: #NBAFinalsOnABC but fans may be using the simpler version of the hashtag, #NBAFinals
Keep it simple
Several hashtags for a single topic can sometimes be confusing for fans. Keep it simple and use one or a few hashtags that fans can understand and remember
Avoid punctuation
Hashtags will not pick up any punctuation on any platform. For example #Let’sGoHeat should be written #LetsGoHeat so the entire hashtag is clickable
Avoid spaces
Hashtags will not pick up any spaces on any platform. For example #Lets Go Heat will not make the entire phrase clickable
Use hashtags to identify a topic of conversation
For example, “The Heat are playing great! #NBAFinals”
Incorporate hashtags into your sentences
For example, “Who gets your vote for #NBAFinals MVP?”
Connect other platforms to your Facebook Pages
Any Hashtag on Facebook that you use on other platforms that are connected to your Facebook Page will be automatically clickable and searchable on Facebook.

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