Hashtags serve many purposes, but in terms of marketing a business, they:
Holiday hashtags serve the same purpose as “regular” hashtags (we’ve got 50 daily hashtags here). They just might help you to boost your marketing a bit more to keep up with the boost in your audience’s shopping and searching mindset. Read on to discover 120 hashtags you can use in your holiday marketing, for a variety of approaches and purposes.
Related: 50 Holiday Marketing Ideas
Your business and your audience can get connected through hashtags in a variety of ways. For example:
Think about the ways that you can tie your specific products, services, and company mission into the holidays. For example, businesses in the fashion, events, or salon industries could use hashtags such as:
Health and fitness businesses might want to add these hashtags to their posts:
Not every hashtag you use has to be geared toward growing your audience or getting more customers. The hashtags below can simply help to describe your posts, or joyfully place your business into the hub of the holiday spirit:
Did you think we’d miss this section? Don’t forget to tag your holiday posts with small business hashtags to get connected with the local shoppers out there.
If you’re looking to expand the reach of your sales and promotions, take a look at the hashtags below.
While some Instagram users will come across your business through hashtags of other posts, they also directly search for hashtags. People use hashtag searches to discover businesses near them, learn about sales and promotions in their area, and to get ideas, inspiration, and information on particular topics. Here are some hashtags geared toward these types of searchers in your target audience:
DIY holiday hashtags are great for businesses with creative audiences. They’re most beneficial when the DIY relates to your products and services.
If you’re hosting an event, be sure to create a custom hashtag for your event and encourage all attendees to use it!
There are many hashtags to which you can add your location at the beginning or end. Location-based hashtags are a great way to increase your visibility in your community. For example:
This post was published December 2017 and updated December 2019