13 thoughts on “Twitter Hashtags: A Quickie [en]

  1. Thanks for adding to this idea and I agree with you about including the hashmarks as part of the tweet rather than tacking it on the end. In my prelim thoughts regarding support in TwitBox for the idea I don’t intend on stripping any of the tagged words from the original tweet.

  2. We’ve got an implementation up for viewing hashtags on the twitter network. We need you to follow the hashtags twitter user in order for us to index.

    Check it out: hashtags.org

  3. We've got an implementation up for viewing hashtags on the twitter network. We need you to follow the hashtags twitter user in order for us to index.

    Check it out: hashtags.org

  4. Yes. I’ve been doing this for quite a while now. Very popular and smart to pop the # in the middle of the tweet to note, emphasize, or categorize the message. Definitely useful for micro-blog with 140 characters and less redundant.
    Debby

  5. I have a question about hashtags as I am new to them. It might be a dumb question, but I figure I’ll never know the answer unless I toss it out there. If you have your normal tweets set to protected, when you use a hashtag, does that tweet only become visible, or is it still protected so it will not pop up in a search?

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