I noticed that with user-generated content they at least mention the name of the maker. I couldn’t figure out how they got this content. In any case, their bio doesn’t say they are appropriating content when a certain hashtag is used. I decided to Dominican Republic Phone Number List ask them. Hema has three hashtags that they keep an eye on when they are used in combination with HEMA.
They may place Share Content
That content on their own account. If it concerns children or babies, they will ask for additional permission. They find it ‘so nice to ask for permission’. They used to do this for all content, but they no longer do that: ‘it turned out not to be necessary.’ People are almost always happy when their post is taken over by HEMA and they are mentioned in it.
And, says HEMA Share Content
Our community is well aware that we may include their post in our feed.’ If people turn out not to be happy with it, they delete the post again. Is that as it should be? New. Because it is of course also possible that there are customers who are not active in the HEMA community and are therefore not prepared for this, but who still use the hashtags because of the reach of the hashtag.