How to find best hashtags to use in your social media posts

I am in the midst of looking for ways to analyze the best hashtags to be used along my posts, and when I mean best hashtags, I don’t mean to simply use a group of generic hashtags, but to find out if the hashtags are trending and are used by the right group of users.

For instance, instead of using #books, when you use #businessbooks, your posts will reach a niche group that is interested in what you write.

I found this post on Google that will definitely be beneficially for you especially if you are new to hashags – here is where you can read it

There are numerous apps or websites that you can use to find a group of hashtags, like best-hashtags.com, and copy them all to be used on your posts.

However, it would be best if you could use a combination of a few group of hashtags, so that the chances of your posts getting noticed are higher. For example, when you use best-hashtags.com and search for books, you will get a set of hashtags consisting of say 10 hashtags.

Now, I intend to repeat this search for posts relevant to marketing, and if I search the hashtags for marketing, I will also get say X amount of hashtags. What I intend to do is to pick only a few hashtags from each keyword, mix them and create my own set of hashtags to be used. This way, I will know that I am picking some of the most useful hashtags to be used across different keyword groups.

I also intend to monitor how well the hashtags are doing by using https://analyze.buffer.com/, which is a paid tool that lets you know how your posts are doing across multiple social media platform on one page. You can simply using the analytics tools that are available for free within each social media platform (Twitter, Facebook page, Instagram business pages all provide you with an in-depth analysis of how well your posts are doing).

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