In the current 24 hour news cycle, staying on top of current trends can be tough.
So, to help make life a little bit easier, we’ve put together a list of 5 (and a half) active Twitter hashtags to look out for.
Stil keen to speak to UK tech entrepreneurs willing to share their “failure” stories and what they’ve learnt from them #journorequest
— Yessi Bello-Perez (@yessibelloperez) October 20, 2017
Whether you are looking for someone to write for you or someone to write for, #journorequest can help you connect with your other half. It can also be helpful if you need information for a specific topic.
This is a particularly active hashtag that is frequently used. Like with other searches, the results can be filtered down by location, making finding people in your area much easier.
— Padraic Ryan (@ryan_padraic) October 20, 2017
Most journalism students are frantically trying to find work experience, and eventually that dream job. #journojobs is one of many ways to stay up to date on new opportunities in the field.
For video fanatics, #videojournalism and #mojo (mobile journalism) provide good tips for improving your journalistic video skills.
— Dougal Shaw (@dougalshawBBC) October 17, 2017
Particularly for student journalists, #cityjtips provides a mix of general journalism advice and little tips for students at City.
— Thomas Kilroy (@tktkilroy) October 12, 2017
How could we not mention this one? With a focus on digital and data journalism, #interhacktives helps stay up to date on what is happening within this field. Watch this space for lots more content in the next few weeks!
— Adam Tinworth (@adders) March 13, 2014
Tweet us, @Interhacktives, if you have any suggestions for other hashtags journalists you think we should be aware of.