Why are day of the week hashtags important? Whether you’re sending tweets, putting together Facebook posts or creating images for Instagram, it can be tough to consistently come up with content that people are going to like. It can be tempting to simply assume that putting out content is enough, it isn’t. Realistically if you want your content to do well, you need to do more.

Algorithms across social media platforms do vary, but generally prefer it when posts are popular. Therefore, if you want the maximum number of people to see your posts – you want to be creating content that people can relate to. This will encourage them to interact with your posts. Day of the week hashtags can help with this.

Creating Content

When it comes to getting people to engage in your content, you’re going to want to do more than just talk about yourself and your products. Absolutely, social media should be seen as an advertising tool and can work really well. However, if you’re simply a page of adverts people aren’t going to be interested in what you have to say. You want to create content people look forward to seeing or find useful – help guides, funny work-related stories and even posts asking people what they might like to see can work well.

Day of the Week Hashtags

If you’re creating content on social media, whichever platform you’re using you should be making the most of hashtags in order to reach as many people as possible. Relevant hashtags are essential, so it is worth doing some research into what would be good for your platform to use & what is working well.

Day of the week hashtags are great because these often trend on the day of the week they refer to so can be a good way of reaching new people. Thankfully there are lots of different day of the week hashtags out there. Finding a couple to post with each week should not be too much of a chore. Do your own research, but some great ones include:

Monday – #MondayMotivation #MarketingMonday #MusicMonday #MeatlessMonday

Tuesday – #TravelTuesday #TransformationTuesday #GoodNewsTues

Wednesday – #HumpDay # WisdomWednesday #WomenWednesday

Thursday – #ThrowbackThursday #ThirstyThursday #ThursdayThoughts

Friday – #FlashBackFriday #FearlessFriday #FollowFriday #TGIF

Saturday – #SaturdaySty;e #SaturdaySale #SaturdayShoutOut

Sunday – #SundayFunday #SundayRead #StartUpSunday

As you can see, there are plenty to choose from! Finding a couple that match with your product and tailoring some social media content towards it should not be too hard. Keep up to date with what hashtags are being used. Look to see if any trends are going viral and you’ll be able to create content that captures peoples attention.

Not sure where to start? Send me a message, I would be delighted to help!