Firstly, you will need to have the RiteTag extension for Chrome or Firefox installed.

Using the RiteTag browser extension, I show how to get and add hashtag suggestions by typing a hashtag, highlighting a block of text, or clicking on an image, including one you're uploading to a Tweet. The hashtags are color-graded based on real-time engagement, saving lots of research time.

Watch the 90-second tutorial video, or follow the instructions below.

A) Hashtag Suggestions for Images

1) Upload your image to a Tweet and when the image preview appears, right-click on the image and select "Get Hashtag Suggestions."

2) Get hashtag suggestions for any image in your computer by using the up arrow button to the right of the search field.

3) You can also right-click on images in other peoples' Tweets in Twitter (or any other site) for the Get Hashtag Suggestions option.

B) Hashtag Suggestions from Hashtags

Start a new Tweet or click in any field, then type a hashtag and a space for RiteTag's Hashtag Suggestions. If the Hashtag Bar is already open, you'll need to close it before doing this. Click the RiteTag browser button to close it.

C) Hashtag Suggestions for Text of your post

Highlight a word in your Tweet or a block of text anywhere, right-click and select Get Hashtag Suggestions.

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
  • Compare the hashtag suggestions

See also:

How to get hashtag suggestions in Hootsuite
How to get hashtag suggestions in Buffer
How to get hashtag suggestions in Onlypult
How to get hashtag suggestions in Tailwind
How to get hashtag suggestions in Later
How to get hashtag suggestions in Loom.ly
How to get hashtag suggestions in SocialDraft
How to get hashtag suggestions in SocialPilot
How to get hashtag suggestions in Kuku.io

How to get hashtag suggestions in Zoho
How to get hashtag suggestions in Schedugram
How to get hashtag suggestions in eClincher

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