We sometimes plan to make some phrase related to Sukkie as a Twitter trend topic such as #HappyBdayJKS. But we hardly see his name “Jang Keun Suk” as one of Twitter trends. Why not?
stvcri analyzed and found out that he has a lot of nicknames such as Sukkie, Prince, Gunchan, JKS, JGS, keunsuk etc.. and this fact apparently makes it difficult to make his name as Twitter trends. She has suggested us a very simple and effective direction to make it true! Thanks, stvcri 🙂
Below is the directions.
When you tweet, use his full name Jang Keun Suk. That’s all!
No Sukkie. No Prince. No Gunchan. No JKS. No JGS. No keunsuk.
Just use Jang Keun Suk to describe him.
You don’t have to add # sign. Just tweet Jang Keun Suk in your tweets is enough.
Whatever hashtag events are planned by different eels’ groups, if we always tweet Jang Keun Suk with them, Jang Keun Suk will become a Twitter trend topic with other hashtags.
As long as everybody will tweet his full name (Jang Keun Suk), the whole world will see his trending name and this will prompt the world to find out about him, why he was trending worldwide..
For example, a hashtag is usually only understood by the planners. Others in twitter don’t understand what this hashtag means. But if his full name will appear on the list, then they will click and wonder why he was trending and who he is.
Don’t you think it sounds more useful?
This logic is effective for any hashtag events. As long as we just keep on tweeting with his full name (Jang Keun Suk), he will trend for his birthday, for UMF, for anything..
I introduced a hashtag event (HappyBdayJKS) to celebrate his birthday before. And others are planning another hashtag event (UMFJKS) to celebrate Team H act at UMF. You can use these hashtags when you tweet. But don’t forget to tweet his full name, Jang Keun Suk! 😉
Tweet1: wish you happiness Jang Keun Suk!! #happybirthdayJKS
Tweet2: Good luck today Jang Keun Suk!! #UMFJKS
Tweet3: i love you my prince Jang Keun Suk!! #HappyBdayJKS
— as long as there’s Jang Keun Suk — it will trend … 🙂