Using the RiteTag browser extension, I show how to get and add generated hashtags by highlighting a word or block of text, or clicking on an image, including one you're uploading to a Tweet or any social update and then right-clicking "Generate Hashtags." The hashtags are color-graded based on real-time engagement, saving lots of research time.
You will need to have the RiteTag extension for Chrome or Firefox installed to use the solutions detailed in the video and the text below. Here's how to use the Chrome extension in your Vivaldi, Torch, Brave, Opera, Dolphin, Yandex, Puffin, and Microsoft Edge browsers.
Here's how the RiteTag Pro extension works in Twitter, Instagram, Hootsuite and Buffer. It works with all social media networks and publishing tools:
A) Hashtag Suggestions for Photos
1) Upload your photo to a Tweet and when the image preview appears, right-click on the photo and select "Generate Hashtags."
2) Generate hashtags for any photo in your computer by using the camera button to the right of the search field.
HINT: The relevancy and number generated hashtags for photos depends on how much visual information is in your photograph.
3) You can also right-click on images in other peoples' Tweets in Twitter (or any other site) for the Generate Hashtags option.
B) Hashtag Suggestions for Text of your post
Highlight a word in your Tweet or a block of text anywhere, right-click and select Generate Hashtags. (Up to 25 words.)
See Basic Mechanics, in the full RiteTag Extension Tutorial, for instructions on:
- Copy and Search features
- Open/close the Hashtag Bar
- Navigate through your last searches
- Comparing generated hashtags based on real time engagement analytics
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