You may see it popping up on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
You may also see it appearing on websites, and traditional marketing forms like business cards, banners, and posters.
This blog post seeks to shed light on the #YGK craze in Kingston.
Crews will continue to repair #ygkroads on Hwy 2, Alfred St just north of Princess St, Woodbine, Front Rd and King St. Weather permitting. — City of Kingston (@cityofkingston) June 12, 2014
For those that don’t know Kingston this is very central area 1/2 MT @niicruttaan_: Massive fire #kingston #ygkfire pic.twitter.com/Xb2zy5srB0”
— Colette Kennedy (@colettetown) December 17, 2013
One of many signs in Kingston celebrating downtown, applies to all great cities! #ygklove @darnkingston @ednns.ca pic.twitter.com/MOVGsMRuRK — Brian Aird (@brianaird) May 11, 2014
Am I missing any #YGK variations? Let me know!
You’re welcome Ashton. There was bits and bobs of the information around on the Internet, so I compiled it into one document. I am sure there are a few that I missed, and many more that have been created since I posted it. Good luck with your events!
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Excellent I found this blog as an answer to finding good hashtags to communicate in Kingston Ontario. You helped me so thank you so much.
Things to note, the Pride parade is June 13th 2015 and it is being held in Kingston City park starting at 9:00pm. We are also holding a fundraiser at the Sports Bar Overtime where Sweet Machete will be playing for a Kingston Pride fundraiser.
Thank you again for the hash tags.