Hearts, double taps, whatever the way you want to represent it- likes are the main currency on Instagram and have been a robust force for users which nudges them to put out the excellent content time over time. Instagram has always been the best photo sharing site, which has over 1 billion monthly active users. Instagram is a tool where people can promote their products and brands, creators can showcase their talent, users can connect with different communities and much more. It is not just a place to share photos and videos, but actually, it has become a great source of information and shopping sites.
Unfortunately, it is not simple to put great content and drive engagement-creating great content, and posting it is just one part of multiple strategies to gain likes on Instagram. There are a lot of methods you need to work on to drive more engagement on your posts.
Here, I am going to talk about one of the best and easiest methods “Hashtags” to gain Instagram likes on and skyrocket your profile engagement!
Hashtags are a lot more than just a simple fodder for your any social media posts. You need to understand it’s importance and real meaning in the digital world. It is essential to use them correctly in order to make your content engaging, and your profile noticed to the giant of every growing population of Instagram users.
Hashtags are a user invented and community accepted keyword searched exponentially in simplicity, speed, and accessibility- hashtags were born on Twitter in 2007 after a simple tweet with a pound sign in front of a subject.
There was a time when people use to search tags manually, but then Twitter implemented a clickable search in 2009. Hashtags usefulness and friendliness could not be denied. Later every social media networking site starts following the agenda of hashtags, which actually sorted many things of users on the social platforms. Hashtags somehow evaluate the digital world with its smooth and accessible format.
The idea of hashtags was later accepted by the world, and now there is no network which does not make use of hashtags, especially Instagram. Instagram made the use of hashtags more perfectly than ever. Their version of clickable hashtags was launched in January 2011, the network suggested users go beyond, creative and enthusiastic with the generic hashtags like #good or #love, and make them more certain and target the different users with different tastes at one place. This small push of Instagram helped millions of people to stand out from the crowd and reach their goal of success and fame. People used specific hashtags at the right time and right scenario that lead them to a great number of liked and followers.
Using the right hashtags at the right time and right scenario matters a lot to nudge viewers and visitors to engage with the content and profile. And as a creator or a business owner, it is necessary to know what exactly you should use and how to leverage the tricks and tips for the fruitful result.
The modest hashtag is an essential part of Instagram, hashtags decide how your photos will display in the “Discover” tab, it is how other people can find pictures, and leads to more likes and engagement on a particular post.
For an entrant, it is difficult to understand the culture of hashtags. What is a #tbt or a #f4f? For the newbie, it is difficult to understand the meaning of #LikeForLike or #Instagood? Knowing what hashtags means what, which hashtags are used regularly for certain topics like pets, travel, fight, or music, can help you to hone your strategy successfully.
Before you figure out a strategy of using hashtags, it is important for you to understand which hashtags are the most popular on Instagram. There are many tools that can give you an idea by showing the estimated hashtags at a top list. With such tools, you can see how many millions of photos are tagged with a similar hashtag, even those tools will show you a selection of good hashtags with more popularity to headstart your business.
The hashtags you use for your clothing brand cannot be the same tags you used for your pet playing in a swimming pool. So, how would you find hashtags related to a certain image or topic? Well, you need to always look for the tags others are using, as it is not the rule that you cannot use the tags used by others in your post. If you use hashtags that other people are using more constantly can help you out to bring more likes on your posts or brand.
#ooted #Instafashion #Vintage #Fashionblogger #Fashionista #Streetstyle #Stlyish #Mensfashion #Instastyle #lookbook StyleInspiration #Trendy #Trendsetter #HowToStyle #Vintage #BohemianLook #BohoChic #Grunge #HippieGirls #FlowerChild #Minimalist #DressedUp #Couture #UrbanStyle #OutfitInspo #OOTD #Clothes #HighFashion #CurrentlyWearing #Neutrals #Stripes #CasualStyle #CasualOutfit #Comfy #StyleOfTheDay #OutfitGoals.
Each day has its own best hashtags means the post has its own value, which cannot be compared to the previous post. One of the worst mistakes people do while sharing their post is using similar hashtags on every post. Every new day has a new start, and new posts have its new public, so why to use the same hashtags to engage the different audience at a different time.
Always try to be different from the usual content and usual user, find new ways, look for the creative ideas and think which hashtag can bring overnight popularity on your post. Example, if you are sharing your family pictures taken in a restaurant, and another day you added some new pictures of your family from a beach then why to use the same hashtags you have used in the previous post. Dig out some ways, look for the best hashtags, ask from friends and family for the right hashtags that suit on the post.
#vacation #siblings #familyfun #baby #brothers #dad #home #beach #blessed #happiness #brother #fam #makingmemories #familylife #holidays #memories #mother #familytravel #parenting #foodporn #instagram #motherhood #easterweekend #ostern #sisters #weekendvibes #relax #sunshine #foodie #sister #familytime #family #love #easter #fun #happy #instagood #happyeaster #kids #smile #travel #holiday #photooftheday #cute #familyfirst #life #spring #mom #qualitytime #weekend #photography #picoftheday #momlife #nature #familygoals #children #sun #beautiful #friends #bhfyp.
You have probably heard of #Throwback (Day) where you post photos from years ago- using the correct hashtag for other days of the week can give you a similar boost.
Do not forget Instagram, one of the most popular social media sites, offers multiple opportunities to reach out the right goal with simple and easy tricks. And like any other social networking sits, it pays you if your product or brand comes with the sponsored tag on it. So if you are an expert in any field, then use hashtags that can showcase and explain your capability in a few words. Write specific words that can easily represent your knowledge to make an evaluation in your online connections.