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Tue 18 Feb 2014
Using hashtags allows you to conveniently describe the specific reason for a rating. For instance, if you are rating a site which you believe falls under the “scam” category, in your comment you can use a hashtag to describe the type of scam... read the introductory Blog post.
Join in the forum discussion: Hashtags.

To include a hashtag into a comment, simply start with the number sign: #
followed by your descriptive tag.

To include multiple #hashtags leave a space between them:

#hash1 #hash2

Or more preferably, place them on separate lines.


When a hashtag exists in a comment, it is automatically linked as a search function that when clicked will display all results for that tag.


Positive rating comment

To further expand on your good rating, you may want to add these hashtags in your comment.

  • #useful
    The site is able to be used for a practical purpose or in several ways.
    The site provides useful or interesting information.
    The site provides amusement or enjoyment.
    #HappyCustomer | #GoodCustomerExperience
    You have favorable experience with the goods and/or services supplied by the site.
    See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Customer_experience
    You would share the site with others such as family, friends, or co-workers.


Neutral rating comment

  • #useless
    No value, or having no beneficial use; futile or ineffective.

Negative rating comment

It is a good practice to point to some proof or evidence in the comment text alongside a #hashtag for verification. Here are some suggested hashtags with validating links:





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