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Hashflag Ramadan Theme
As mentioned earlier, at the launch of this year's Ramadan hasflag, Twitter memperkenakan three hashflag IE: hashflag Ramadan with code: #Ramadan, hashflag Iftar with the code: #Iftar and the hashflag Eid with code: #Eid or #EidMubarak. By typing in the code each hashflag this will bring up the image of emoji, like Arabic calligraphy inscribed with Eid Mubarak to #Eid #EidMubarak and tagar, glasses of water to drink for tagar #Iftar (Iftar), as well as the Crescent Moon blue color for tagar #Ramadan. Uniquely, on the third hashflag the custom emoji can already appear in the Twitter timeline is good if it is written with the Arabic spelling of the United Kingdom as well as language.
It is indeed undeniable that the month of Ramadan has been enthralling parties Twitter to participate menyemarakkannya. In its official blog, the Twitter itself says that on the ninth month of the Islamic calendar month of Ramadan, i.e. There will be more than 1.5 billion Muslims around the world who run the fasting.
Sites that mention mikroblogging, those users who celebrates Ramadan would converge on Twitter to share the feast. "Based on our research, last year there were about 74.2 million tweets that discusses the topic of Ramadan around the world." added Twitter.
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To see the real potential of the excitement of Ramadan alone, the Twitter Team has been formed to collect Data visualization that clearly demonstrate how users to download tweet about Ramadan since last year. The results showed that the month of Ramadan has huge potential in social media.
At Ramadan last year, Twitter revealed that users in the United States many who post tweets about long summer days that will make many people often adopting tweet about how their hunger and thirst during Ramadan. While in the United Kingdom and Malaysia, the word "Happy" most dominant at that time. While the word "prayer," called has become popular words on Twitter during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt and years yesterday.
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