How to follow the Seattle JEA/NSPA convention with the #hsjSEA hashtag, whether you are on Twitter or not

Are you interested in Seattle and you want to see what people are talking about? Or, maybe you are in town, and you want to hear and see about favorite spots and who else is there? For people who are using Twitter and tagging their photos with the #hsjSEA hashtag and jea/nspa convention, it’s easy to follow what is going on.

But, did you know you can follow along with all the action, even if you don’t have a Twitter account? You must be wondering; why would you do that? A lot of people are posting tips and tricks they have learned. You can generally learn plenty of things from Twitter feed because you can be present at multiple places at once.

However, if you don’t have a Twitter account, don’t worry, you can still create a stream to follow all the mentions of the hashtag. For instance, you can install an app on your phone called Hootsuite.

The app is user-friendly, and we are going to show you how to create a stream. First of all, you need to sign up, it free and easy. Once you enter the app, on the right top corner, you will see a search option. Depending on the hashtag you want to follow, here you will enter for instance hsjSEA hashtag and press enter.

Then, the app will display all the stream coming through with this hashtag. You will be able to see what people are posting. You can choose to save the stream, and this will save you time. So, whenever you enter the Hootsuite, you will have your stream saved.

Another great place to follow along on hashtags, even if you aren’t a Twitter member is the Hashtag website. It works similar to Google; you have a search option where you enter a hashtag you want to follow and press Enter.

It will display recent results and help you find the most interesting tweets. Basically, hashtags are often used on Twitter, and they categorize tweets and help other members to find them easily. Nowadays, you can find a lot of exciting news on this social media platform, and people use to express their option about specific topics.

So, go ahead, type #hsjSEA and see what you can find already. We guarantee you plenty of results.

Kylie Jefferson