Hashtags are another way to simplify your tweets and find content worth retweeting or posting to other social media. If you're unfamiliar with the hashtags your audience uses, check out your Twitter lists or tweets from your preferred sources.
For example, professional writers use the hashtag . Check out this fun pie chart detailing John St. Clair's writing life, including parts about worrying I'm not a good enough industry mailing list and procrastinating about actually writing: How about you?6, 2021 You can also use the Twitter trending feature that appears in "What's Happening?" The right part of the dashboard.
Profiles of Influencers and Thought Leaders Influencers and thought leaders are often experts in their field. They often curate content that they think their followers will be interested in. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, for example, curated this tweet about the Perseid meteor shower with a link to Space.com. At this time of year,