Apple’s new Hashflag will be available starting now and running through October 21 to improve the conversation around your event.
Apple surprised its followers Tuesday. Apple surprised its followers on Tuesday. Next Monday, Cupertino will host a new event and speculation has already begun about what it might present.
There was talk for some time about the possibilities. While there are updates and new launches to be expected for services, three products have been generating high expectations: the new MacBooks, the Mac Mini redesign, and AirPods 3.
As a result, the conversation about these products will continue to grow in the days ahead. This is a matter that Apple will not waste.
It has been a first step in this direction. The tech company also updated its #AppleEvent flag after the announcement of the new event.
The little details that will now accompany conversations about the expected event are what we talk about.
This detail may seem banal to many, but it has helped Apple to give greater visibility to its keynotes.
It is important to understand that hashflags, Twitter hashtags, are often accompanied by an animation, emoji, or icon. They are used to increase visibility, reach, and generate discussion around special events.
We’ve seen Apple’s past commitment to this field in the past. This has allowed Apple to remain relevant even before the presentation events start.
It is this logic that turns on something simple, but hard to achieve today: Optimizing audiences’ experience.
Although it is an obvious detail that Apple will be able to use for earned publicity, it is not free.