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Exclamation ALS patients brought fame and fortune to #hashtag, now others follow . . . :

Hashtag campaigns: Do they have a realistic impact?

Hashtag campaigns: Do they have a realistic impact? - Talk Around Town - Vietnam News | Politics, Business, Economy, Society, Life, Sports - VietNam News

the artical credits ALS patients in boosting social media through hashtags and encourages others to follow as some have but warns, not all hashtag campaign's are good . . . :
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