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Go on LinkedIn and use specific hashtags to track opportunities. Same here on Twitter.

Using hashtags will help you connect with people that may offer you opportunities (job, graduate funding from supervisors, gigs, etc)

#FunFact: the technical term for a hashtag is octothorp.

There’s a niche community online for every industry and subject.

Not everyone is familiar with niche tags, so strike a balance by using popular general hashtags and location-specific hashtags when searching for opportunities. 

15 free hashtag tracking tools - from the expe

Hashtags started as a way to search for things on Twitter and are now cross-platform and multi-purpose, used by companies and individuals alike for pretty much everything. 

Sometimes, the best way to use hashtags is to find ones that already exist.

Before you can get started, though, you need to actually find those hashtags. Fortunately, there are a number of tools out there to help with this process. 

Getting Started with Hashtags onLinkedIn 

LinkedIn wants you to usehashtags. For platforms, like Twitter and Instagram, hashtags are an essential ingredient to the social posting recipe.

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