Do you know that daily hashtags like FollowThursday or ThrowbackFriday can creatively mix your social media marketing to enable you to get to your audience? These and other trendy hashtags will easily help you to update your firm’s social pages.
Hashtags on the social media platforms Twitter, Facebook and Instagram also greatly help to join conversations and expose you to different audiences. Using hashtags that are trending on social media help you to pop up in search results of those who are looking via posts on that singular topic. Post relevant content for every day of the week with hashtags and grow your Instagram or Twitter engagement.
There is the urge to seize on trending hashtags related to burning issues and events from time to time. If you are a social media manager you must try to save time by scheduling in advance your posts. That will make it tougher to say in advance what hashtags will be trending at a later time.
Here are some Everyday Hashtags [#] that will greatly help your Business
#MotivationMonday – Commence the week with inspirational and motivational quotes that are very popular on social media. They don’t really have to share about your business, but they are a good way to tell the world what your company values are.
#MondayFunday: You can also start the week with this hashtag. Engage your customers by posting pics of your happy customers; show the enjoyable part of your business or simply post fun tweets to get to your audience.
#MondayBlues: Use this to convey exactly the opposite situation. Empathise with people how bad Monday is.
#ManCrushMonday (#MCM): This one’s good for humorous and light-hearted brands, Use it with images of attractive celebrities.
#TuesdayTreat: To be used to offer something exceptional to your audience.
#TipTuesday: Since you are an expert in your line of business, give your audience invaluable information of which they know nothing about. The info could range from mortgage to beauty and travel tips etc.
#TravelTuesday: This one’s limited to companies, but if you get a relation with it, hashtag exciting and fun places that one can visit.
Mid-week or #WednesdayWisdom are quite like #MotivationMonday, but it has more to do with wisdom than inspiration. These hashtags reflect your firm’s values.
#WayBackWednesday (#WBW): This hashtag is meant to show vintage photos of early years.
#WellnessWednesday: Restricted to fitness and health brands. Share exercises or foods with it.
#WomanCrushWednesday (#WCM): This complements Man Crush Monday. Display the beautiful women you love!
#HumpDay: To be used to sympathise with your audience or complain about the week’s difficulties.
#ThrowbackThursday: This is likely the most common hashtag which posts pictures about themselves. Businesses can use it to show something different about their businesses’ past.
#ThirstyThursday: It’s about drinking — alcohol or healthy drinks.
#ThankfulThursday: A day to reflect on the good things life has given you and be thankful for it.
#FollowFriday: This hashtag has been used since Twitter came into being. Use it to thank your followers and tell your audience to follow new audiences.
#Friday (#FridayNight): As the weekend approaches, we can ask for through this hashtag plans for the weekend.
#FridayFunday: Like Monday Funday, exhibit pictures of your employees having fun and anything that depicts fun things.
#FlashBackFriday (#FBF): It’s similar to Throwback Thursday but isn’t as popular, The theme is sharing old pictures.
#SocialSaturday: Want to ask your audience what they are doing, what they plan to do today? Use this hashtag and start a conversation about your business. This hashtag must be utilized to only be social.
#SaturdaySwag: Ideal for clothes brands, can also be used for various products.
#SaturdayNight: Same as Friday night when you share weekend activities.
#SelfieSunday: This is a hashtag to have fun with. You can use pictures of your product and team – along with you – or just selfies.
#SundayFunday: Like Monday Funday you share what you will do up to the Sunday afternoon. You can also use it to engage your audience.
Use hashtags judiciously. They are a fun way to interact with your audience so make the most of them! Apart from the ones given above, you can create your own hashtags for the days of the week. It just needs a little imagination.