I believe it was Wrylilt that advised about the # for the broadcast of Tweets by tag name.
What other promotional tips for marketing our Hubs would be recommended in Twitter?
I have been remiss in this - thank you. I must be more active on Twitter. I just cleaned up my follow list and am actively adding Hubbers to my follows.
Questions specific to Twitter:
What does the "#" do exactly?
I know the @ is a direct message and that recipient can see it and my followers but not the entire Twitter community?
What does Google pick up? The "#"? Or do they search all the terms or it is a secret Google formula?
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