We recently posted about the importance of posting regularly on social media for your business. However, and as we have said before, sometimes this is easier said than done.

In this blog post we would like to share some weekly hashtags. You can use these to really focus you on posting regularly on social media for your business. 

As we always recommend, a social media scheduling tool will really help you save time when using social media. Especially when you are posting regularly on social media with hashtags. As well as trying to make sure you post multiple times a day.

#MondayMotivation – this is a chance for your own words of wisdom that will motivate or inspire others. Alternatively you can search on Google images for quotes that you like and feel represent you and your business. Share the quote, but don’t forget the #. Remember you need to post these on Monday.

#TopTipTuesday – Use this to share tricks of the trade that will help others in your network. This will promote you as someone that knows what you are talking about, even as an expert in your field. It will also show you as a person that cares and wants to help others.

#TestimonialTuesday – Share a testimonial from a happy client or customer. It would be nice to include details of the client. Maybe say how you met or the work you did together. Alternatively, something about their business for example. This may also encourage more clients and customers to leave reviews for you.

#ThankYouThursday – Why not use this as a chance to thank someone, maybe a networking buddy or supplier for something they have done? Alternatively you can use it as a way to share a testimonial and thank customers or clients for using you and your business? 

#ThrowbackThursday – I highly recommend photos for this hashtag. Share a photo of an award you have won or an event you organised. Even a meeting you had with a client or similar. I would use #ThrowbackThursday as a chance to promote something awesome that you have done either in the recent weeks or years. It could even be a new office move, getting your car wrapped or new business cards for example.

#FollowFriday – this used to be a really popular hashtag on Twitter but doesn’t seem to be anymore, however it is still a really nice hashtag to be involved in. It is a chance to basically say I think this person is amazing, you need to follow them on social media. This is their account and this is why I think they’re awesome / what you’ll gain from following them.

These are just some examples of hashtags you can use. Just remember to use the hashtag, spell it correctly, remember your capital letters and use it on the right day!