#hashtag this



Yesterday, the NY Times discovered hashtags, and now you can be sure that your boss will be referencing the hashtag as the new, latest thing in meetings today. Humor him, and pretend that he discovered something grand.

Meanwhile, you can continue using hashtags like you always have...only now, with a totally new social media platform. (OK, you need another social network like you need another hashtag) - but Hashable looks different.

We all know that the world needs something cooler and more connective than LinkedIn. Perhaps Hashable is this. With Hashable, you'll use hashtags to connect associates, introduce new friends, or share conversation. Just like you do on Twitter, but a little bit different. Start #connecting and #conversing with your #awesome friends now. (Thanks, #bill!)

4 comments:

Unknown said...

Somebody missed the leaders' debate during the Canadian Federal election where Jack Layton, now the leader of the opposition said "hashtag fail" in the middle of the debate.

Anonymous said...

#hastard - Using hashtags in an irritating fashion.

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