Don’t forget your #hashtags

The reading this week about engaging with social media in the digital age led me to think about hashtags. This article is one example of how museums and historic sites can use hashtags in order to share information from their specific sites, AND to encourage participation from their followers.

 

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One thought on “Don’t forget your #hashtags

  1. The New Winston Museum has been using the Museum Week hashtag that links their Instagram account to facebook, so users can see on one what happens to the other. I’m really loving their social media campaign as a whole.

    Is this something appropriate for our HAL project? Or would there be a time and topic decision that would have to be made?

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