In the RiteTag Report-ordering and also in Tag Optimizer’s A.I., search by topic, term, abbreviation, brand, company name or a known hashtag. RiteTag shows you hashtags that have been used the most with your query - either as plain text or as a hashtag. Click on the scope in Tag Optimizer’s A.I. (search) to open tabs that shows you everything possible to help with hashtag selection:
In Reports, you have all of this and also a diagram that visualizes the connection between a hashtag that’s been used with your query and the hashtag. Both Tag Optimizer A.I. and Reports give you pink lines behind hashtags which visualize the relative estimated “reach” of each tag - to help with fast selection. In Reports, tick boxes to save tags in a tag set - and have access to them in Tag Optimizer. In Stats, see how your tags are working for you, and click as many as you like to save a Tag Set.
Discover the hashtags/tags/categories/topics to associate created content with - all on one page, based on the no. of times the tags (and “topics,” etc.) have been used. Registered users select to see tags, users and content only for the networks they share content for or wish to discover content in. RiteTag streamlines the process of finding the best tags to go with content to be shared, embracing the unique tagging constraints of numerous important content-sharing networks, and let’s you put those tags to work in “Tag Optimizer.”
Microblogged content (tweets, mainly), videos, photos, slideshows, presentations, podcasts, music and audio files are all types of content widely shared on social networks, and to every extent possible, the most utilized, farthest-reaching networks will be integrated into RiteTag. As for articles, there are just so many blogging platforms, categories and tags that usually are not followed (even by those who follow blog .rss’), and since articles are shared to social networks, RiteTag focuses on tags in Twitter and the many other networks people share on.
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