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Tue 18 Feb 2014
Using hashtags allows you to conveniently describe the specific reason for a rating. For instance, if you are rating a site which you believe falls under the “scam” category, in your comment you can use a hashtag to describe the type of scam... read the introductory Blog post.
Join in the forum discussion: Hashtags.

To include a hashtag into a comment, simply start with the number sign: #
followed by your descriptive tag.

To include multiple #hashtags leave a space between them:

#hash1 #hash2

Or more preferably, place them on separate lines.


When a hashtag exists in a comment, it is automatically linked as a search function that when clicked will display all results for that tag.


Positive rating comment[edit]

To further expand on your good rating, you may want to add these hashtags in your comment.

  • #useful
    The site is able to be used for a practical purpose or in several ways.
    The site provides useful or interesting information.
    The site provides amusement or enjoyment.
    #HappyCustomer | #GoodCustomerExperience
    You have favorable experience with the goods and/or services supplied by the site.
    See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Customer_experience
    You would share the site with others such as family, friends, or co-workers.


Neutral rating comment[edit]

  • #useless
    No value, or having no beneficial use; futile or ineffective.

Negative rating comment[edit]

It is a good practice to point to some proof or evidence in the comment text alongside a #hashtag for verification. Here are some suggested hashtags with validating links:





Privacy concerns[edit]

PUP / PUA[edit]