Even obsolete hashtags has its uses, folks. So, even if you're too busy to write something as a prelude to your postings, use your discretion and use those useless hashtags to keep your followers informed. At least.I will qualify myself with this - TheStar Online is not the only one. I've seen others on Twitter do the same, tweeting nothing but a link. Let's just say that if one is lazy or does not have the time (or brainz) to write something short about the link, at the very least, come up with a hashtag that describes the link.
For example, if you're about to provide a link to your own Instagram food picture, use #food #foodie #deliciousdieme #foodporn #eat #eating
Sometimes, as nonsensical and obsolete as the #'s are, at least they tell followers about what to expect from the links that they are about (or not) to click on. That's the least you can do for your followers who might be interested in what you've just shared with the web-niverse.
Things like these are so 2015...
The web evolves really quickly, people.
Happy Thursday night,
p.s. It's not been a good day for me but whatever, I'll live another day. You can tell I'm in a pissy-offy mood? Good. LOL. See you guys another (better) day.
p.p.s And yes, based on the picture attached, I KNOW it's an auto-scheduled update and sometimes, those apps auto-update the Twitter feed without letting you write anything. Ditch those apps, then.