Do You Need Hashtag #Help to Skyrocket Your Visibility?

For businesses that know how to use hashtags effectively, it can be very beneficial when reaching out to customers. A successful social media marketing campaign will result in an increase in brand exposure and the right hashtags will help you accomplish that goal. A business strives hard to enhance its engagement and come up as an authority figure in the respective industry.

Unique and trending hashtags help you build your social media presence and grow a relevant following. Finding the right hashtags to promote your business isn’t always easy. Stick to hashtags closely related to your products and/or services and your brand identity. Days of the week hashtags are highly engaging and will help position your company as an authority in that niche. (Source)


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We’ve come up with the best hashtags for each day of the week!

Monday Hashtags

#MondayFunday – use this hashtag to show pics of your staff having fun at work

#MondayBlues – sympathize with people over how horrible Monday is

#MotivationMonday or #MondayMotivation – use this to share inspirational quotes to start the week off

#ManCrushMonday or #MCM – great for brands looking to make things a little more lighthearted and funny

#MusicMonday – a great hashtag to introduce new artists or old favorites or your #mondaymotivation music. See what we did that? 😉



Tuesday Hashtags

#TransformationTuesday or #TT – great for showing progress over time with a before and after picture for comparison

#TipTuesday or #TuesdayTip– your chance to be the expert in your industry and share your knowledge and advice

#TravelTuesday – it may be a little limited for some industries, but if it relates to you, hashtag fun and exciting places to visit

#TuesdayTreat – use this to offer something special to your audience


Wednesday Hashtags

#WayBackWednesday or #WBW – any company can use this hashtag to show old photos of their early years

#WisdomWednesday or #WednesdayWisdom – similar to Motivation Monday, use this to share words of wisdom

#WellnessWednesday – a little more restrictive to health and fitness brands, use this to share great foods or exercises

#WomanCrushWednesday or #WCW – the counterpart for Man Crush Monday, show those beautiful ladies you’re in love with

#HumpDay – we all know what this is. Use it to either complain about the difficulties of the week to empathize with your audience or share something motivational to help people push through.


Thursday Hashtags

#ThrowBackThursday or #TBT – similar to Way Back Wednesday but more popular, share those old photos

#ThirstyThursday – talk about drinking, whether it’s healthy drinks or alcohol

#ThankfulThursday – good for reflecting on things to be thankful for

#ThoughtfulThursday or #ThursdayThoughts – use this for more contemplative or introspective posts, or maybe to pose a question


Friday Hashtags

#Friday or #FridayNight – as we ease into the weekend, this hashtag can be used for asking about weekend plans or sharing them

#FridayFunday – similar to Monday Funday, show pics of your staff having fun, or it can be more open to sharing anything fun

#FridayFeeling – generally used to express feelings of happiness, excitement, or mellowness connected to Friday or the weekend

#FollowFriday or #FF – use it to tag and highlight other people or brands worth following, it’s great for making connections

#FlashBackFriday or #FBF – similar to Throwback Thursday, it follows the same theme of sharing old pics


Saturday Hashtags

#SocialSaturday – this is probably the most open hashtag of them all, use it to share anything that’s fun and amusing

#SaturdaySwag – perfect for clothing brands, but can be used for other products as well, show great lifestyle pics

#SaturdayNight – similar to Friday night, share or poll your ongoing weekend activities


Sunday Hashtags

#SelfieSunday or #SS – get personal with this hashtag by having you and your staff take selfies, or show pics of your office

#SundayFunday – same as Monday Funday, share what you’re up to on a Sunday afternoon, or suggest an activity for your audience.


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