In short, hashtags are all about the content. Hashtags are what you use to share a common topic with your Instagram followers. You can find hundreds of examples of hashtags on Instagram.
Hashtags are the most prolific way to share any kind of content on the web. You can use hashtags to show off links, tweets, images, videos, or anything else related to your content. There are endless ways for you to use hashtags to grow your following and your reach. One of the simplest (and possibly the most effective) is to just use it for your content.
So if I am talking about the latest video of a horror movie that I watched last night, I could use #horrificmovie to share it on IG. Or I could use #horriblemovie hashtag to keep myself updated on when the movie is available on DVD. If I tweet that my favorite video is on YouTube or Vine or Facebook or Twitter, that is a way to spread my content around the internet.
The reason I use hashtags is because it is such an effective way to communicate your online message. If you are writing a post with an answer to that question, for example, you will probably get more replies than you are likely to get for a post on the website.
I use hashtags because I’m a huge fan of using the term “movie” to describe a piece of media that is worth watching. If I’m going to say a video is rated PG, then I want it to be for anyone over the age of 18 and I have nothing against kids. There are some movies that I think are truly terrible, but I like that my movie-watching audience is so young.
What do you really mean by “a video is rated PG?” I mean, what kind of movie are they rating? For a PG movie, the main thing is just to not scare your young audience with graphic violence, drug use, and nudity. The main thing is to be able to watch a movie without having to worry that it might get a PG rating. For most movies, that means having the movie be rated R or NC-17.
I don’t think there’s any way to make a movie that’s truly PG-13 with all of the possible combinations of violence, drug use, and nudity. It’s all just a waste of time and money if it’s PG-13. But if its R or NC-17, chances are it’ll be a hit.
The reason why theyre so graphic is because theyre really aimed at a younger, mostly female audience. If you wanna be able to watch your next movie without having to worry youre gonna get your kids and grandkids seeing that stuff, you gotta be able to watch all of that stuff without being too worried that they might see something that’s inappropriate and upset them. You gotta be able to tell that theyre aware of the content.
Now, in case there’s any confusion, you still need to be able to tell that theyre aware of the content. You need to be able to tell that theyre seeing it. How you tell that depends on the content. If youre talking about a sex scene, you need to be able to tell that they’re seeing it.
Just because something is tagged in the’reels’ section of the hashtag section doesn’t mean it’s actually part of the video. If it’s a sex scene, you really need to ask yourself if that’s what they’re watching. There are many, many more things you can do to be sure you can tell that they’re aware of the content.