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2 days ago

Hello #tag💬

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2 days ago

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2 days ago

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Anonymous
2 days ago

#openbookwiki💬



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2 days ago

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2 days ago

We use hashtags wisely on #openbook💬.

This means we use hashtags sparingly, and only when they indicate precisely what the post is about.

Do not make up a new hashtag if there is an existing hashtag that you could use in it's place. Only use new hashtags after giving it some thought. Be prepared to write the wiki article for it once you use it, to provide THe EveryOne with a worthwhile definition, and some guidance.

If you're trying to mention a hashtag, but you don't want to tag your own post with it because the label doesn't fit, then use @ instead of #. This is how you can, for instance, mention the @openbookIntroduction💬 without labeling your own post as "the openbook introduction".

You can use hashtags throughout your post, wherever they are relevant. However, the most important hashtags are the ones you choose for the human eye. These go on the last line of your post, including only the 2 or 3 hashtags which best describe your post, the first being the broadest topic, and the last being the most specific description.

To learn more be sure to check out @openbook101💬 and @hashtags101💬

#openbook💬 #openbookIntroduction💬

tagged: #etc💬 #etc💬 #etc💬 #etc💬


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Anonymous
2 days ago

We use hashtags wisely on #openbook💬.

This means we use hashtags sparingly, and only when they indicate precisely what the post is about.

Do not make up a new hashtag if there is an existing hashtag that you could use in it's place. Only use new hashtags after giving it some thought. Be prepared to write the wiki article for it once you use it, to provide THe EveryOne with a worthwhile definition, and some guidance.

If you're trying to mention a hashtag, but you don't want to tag your own post with it because the label doesn't fit, then use @ instead of #. This is how you can, for instance, mention the @openbookIntroduction💬 without labeling your own post as "the openbook introduction".

You can use hashtags throughout your post, wherever they are relevant. However, the most important hashtags are the ones you choose for the human eye. These go on the last line of your post, including only the 2 or 3 hashtags which best describe your post, the first being the broadest topic, and the last being the most specific description.

#openbook💬 #openbookIntroduction💬



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Anonymous
2 days ago

We use hashtags wisely on #openbook💬.

This means we use hashtags sparingly, and only when they indicate precisely what the post is about.

Do not make up a new hashtag if there is an existing hashtag that you could use in it's place. Only use new hashtags after giving it some thought. Be prepared to write the wiki article for it once you use it, to provide THe EveryOne with a worthwhile definition, and some guidance.

If you're trying to mention a hashtag, but you don't want to tag your own post with it because the label doesn't fit, then use @ instead of #. This is how you can, for instance, mention the @openbookIntroduction💬 without labeling your own post as "the openbook introduction".

You can use hashtags throughout your post, wherever they are relevant. However, the most important hashtags are the ones you choose for the human eye. These go on the last line of your post, and it should have the 2 or 3 hashtags which best describe your post, the first being the broadest topic, and the last being the most specific description.

#openbook💬 #openbookIntroduction💬

tagged: #tagged💬


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Anonymous
2 days ago

We use hashtags wisely on #openbook💬.

This means we use hashtags sparingly, and only when they indicate precisely what the post is about.

Do not make up a new hashtag if there is an existing hashtag that you could use in it's place. Only use new hashtags after giving it some thought. Be prepared to write the wiki article for it once you use it, to provide THe EveryOne with a worthwhile definition, and some guidance.

If you're trying to mention a hashtag, but you don't want to tag your own post with it because the label doesn't fit, then use @ instead of #. This is how you can, for instance, mention @openbookIntroduction💬 without labeling your own post as "the openbook introduction".

You can use hashtags throughout your post, wherever they are relevant. However, the most important hashtags are the ones you choose for the human eye. These go on the last line of your post, and it should have the 2 or 3 hashtags which best describe your post, the first being the broadest topic, and the last being the most specific description.

#openbook💬 #openbookIntroduction💬

tagged: #soupson💬


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Anonymous
2 days ago

We use hashtags wisely on #openbook💬.

This means we use hashtags sparingly, and only when they indicate precisely what's in the post.

Do not make up a new hashtag if there is an existing hashtag that you could use in it's place. Only use new hashtags after giving it some thought. Be prepared to write the wiki article for it once you use it, to provide THe EveryOne with a worthwhile definition, and some guidance.

If you're trying to mention a hashtag, but you don't want to tag your own post with it because the label doesn't fit, then use @ instead of #. This is how you can, for instance, mention @openbookIntroduction💬 without labeling your own post as "the openbook introduction".

You can use hashtags throughout your post, wherever they are relevant. However, the most important hashtags are the ones you choose for the human eye. These go on the last line of your post, and it should only be the 2 or 3 hashtags that best describe your post, the first being the broadest topic, and the last being the most specific description.

#openbook💬 #openbookIntroduction💬



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