The Most Popular Hashtags and How to Use Them

We’ve all heard of hashtags, but do we understand their purpose? Think of hashtags as a tool to make words easily searchable. Hashtags allow users to tap into a social media-wide conversation. Try not to use more than two hashtags per post. #Hashtags are a #useful #tool when used correctly; having too many #hashtags in a single #post can be #annoying and #overwhelming.

#MotivationMonday

Post motivational and inspiring content; share positive news with your followers – don’t forget to share your company values!

#TipTuesday

YOU are the expert. Educate your followers with valuable information they may not know already.

#TransformationTuesday

Use this hashtag to show how your product/service transforms people. Also post before and after pictures of your employees and/or your business to show how much you’ve grown over the years.

#WednesdayWisdom

Include quotes in your post; this hashtag is also good for promoting your company’s values.

#ThrowbackThursday

This is one of the most popular hashtags. Businesses can use this hashtag to give insight on their past and history in the community. Share photos of company events that emphasize your culture.

#FollowFriday

This hashtag allows you to give your followers a shoutout, thanking them for following, while also informing your audience of new people to follow.

#SocialSaturday

This hashtag is commonly used to interact with your audience; ask them how their day is, encourage them to shop local over the weekend.

#SundayFunday

Also one of the most recognized hashtag, use this to promote community happenings and events.

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One Comment on "The Most Popular Hashtags and How to Use Them"

    Nice article. Over use of hashtags can be very annoying and many people do not understand how to use them properly. The ones you mention are very common and good for local businesses. Thanks for sharing.