While #hashtags are far from being new, they still remain a mystery to many people out there – and using them correctly seems to be a challenge for many as well. Hashtags were first introduced by Twitter back in 2007. Chris Messina is credited with coming up with the idea. Since then, the idea has grown exponentially and is now used across most social media platforms.

So lets briefly go over some of the ins and outs of hashtags – what they are, a couple of guidelines to using them, and what platforms they work best on.

While you take care to limit social interactions and wash your hands to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, you also need to take steps to protect your finances and identity. Scammers are now taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to lure victims in with new phishing scams.

Offices used to be cluttered with piles of paperwork and filing cabinets. Since the introduction of computers, this physical clutter has been greatly reduced – many of us now have clear desks and spacious offices. However, that there isn’t still clutter lurking out of sight. In fact, in many cases, it’s simply moved onto our hard drives.