You can find and start tracking a Hashtag in the home page (Find). You can use the search bar to look for the information about a Hashtag. Here you’ll also be able to bookmark a Hashtag and to look for suggestions on your Tweets..
To find a hashtag, simply type it and all the related information will be shown below.
You can read the numerical popularity rating of a hashtag just below the search bar - see image below. The All-time Popularity and the Recent Popularity ratings are measured on a scale from 0 to 100, where 100 is the most popular hashtag on Twitter. In other words, the most popular hashtag will get 100 while a hashtag that is rarely used would get a rate close to 0.
The two graphs on the right show the weekly and monthly variation of the hashtag popularity.
This section displays the hashtags related to your search by correlation or by popularity. You can visualize them in four ways: word cloud, basic bubble, advanced bubble and table.
The bigger the word, the higher the correlation. Just click on a hashtag and see what happens.
All around the red circle, representing the hashtag you searched, you will see its top related hashtags - up to 10 at the same time - displayed as blue circles. The correlation is measured as the percentage of tweets using the searched hashtag which also use the related one. The stronger the correlation, the thicker the line that links them. You can also read the actual percentage by moving your mouse pointer over the related hashtag.
You can explore the field of related hashtags by clicking on one of them (blue circles); this will automatically search that hashtag and will display its own related ones. This way you can easily find all the hashtag related to your interests, and learn which ones are the most and least popular and most and least specific.
The related hashtags visualizations give you a quick overview of all related hashtags. But, if you want to see more details or work on multiple related hashtags, you can click the “Table Mode” button.
Here you have the top 10 related hashtags in a table, which you can sort by hashtag popularity, correlation with the main hashtag, and trend. You can also search the related hashtag by clicking directly on its name.
With the table mode you can also select or deselect individual related hashtags by clicking the checkbox or row. When you have selected some hashtags, using the toolbar, you can:
- Save them as a new bundle
- Copy them to the clipboard, so that it becomes easy to paste them in a tweet or other social media message you’re writing
- Create a comparison of the hashtags. You will see the results in the Popularity Trend graph. (see below)
On the right section of the page you can find a list of the top influencers on Twitter for the selected hashtag. The list is created based on the activity of each user for that hashtag, on the engagement the activity creates and on its reach. You can sort the influencers by their influence, specialization or followers.
Single Hashtag Trends
Our mission with hashtagify.me is to give you all the most useful information to find the best hashtags for your needs. One important piece of information is Hashtags trending data.
Under the “Related Hashtags” section you will find the graph of the popularity of your searched hashtag during the two last months, also with a projected value for the current week - the projection is computed as soon as there are enough data, usually on Tuesday evening.
Finally, at the right of the graph, you’ll also find two thermometers that show in a more visual and immediate way how hot or cold the hashtag is becoming, again with the weekly and monthly variations we already saw before.
Compare Hashtags Trends
You can also easily compare the trends of different hashtags like in this example:
To activate this kind of comparison you have to select at least two hashtags in the Related Hashtags table and then just select the Compare button.
You can then add hashtags to the comparison using the list that has just appeared, or clicking from the list of recent hashtags you searched. You can also reorder the hashtags by dragging and dropping them in the list, or remove a hashtag from the comparison by dropping it on the recycle bin.
Languages and Spelling Variants
In the "Languages" section you can find the top languages used with your hashtag. These stats are based on Twitter’s classification, which was only made available in the free sample since April 2013, so not all hashtags have enough data to show significant stats yet.
You can also find all the different typing variants used for the searched hashtag; they will be shown in the "Variants" graph. For each variant, the usage percentage is displayed.
The Bookmarks feature allows you to save a hashtag for later reference. Type a hashtag and click the bookmark button on the left of the toolbar –as you can see in the image below:
This will open a pop up.
Here you can organize your hashtags into different folders. Create a new folder using the plus button near the search box, then add a hashtag to it by dragging and dropping the hashtag.
This section shows the countries where your hashtag is used. You’ll just have to over a country in the map to see further details.
Here you can see the most recent tweets containing the hashtag you searched.