How to use Hashtags on Facebook

It has become common knowledge that Facebook now has Hashtags just like Twitter, but the most important thing to consider is that you need to learn how to use them effectively on this network in order to get the kind of results that you might expecting. We are going to give you some important tips on how you can make the most out of Hashtags without overdoing it.

The first thing to always consider is that you should always use Hashtags only when it makes perfect sense to do it. This is essential because when a Hashtags is not really called for in a post, it will not have the right kind of impact. Hashtags are never to be bused but also never to be forgotten.

There is a debate on how useful Hashtags really are on Facebook, but it seems to be a 50/50 chance that a Hashtag will have any kind of impact in your results. This is more than good enough when it comes to your odds and that should be reason enough to learn as much as you can about Hashtags and how to implement them.

You should always include Hashtags in your Facebook campaigns if you are currently using them on twitter and Instagram. This is essential to create the same amount of chances to get more exposure for your products and services. If a Hashtag has a chance of being helpful and no chance of being harmful then you should do everything you con to make sure that you include good Hashtags on your publications. Just avoid turning each post into some sort of Hashtag competition. More is not always the best.

The other thing you can learn to do is to create original content for each social media network and not just copy and paste from one to the next. This is going to make it easier for you to get a good idea of the kind of posts that are providing better results. You also have to consider that the word count for each network is a bit different. Always keep the differences in mind and your internet campaigns will be much more effective.

There is no doubt that the most powerful way to use Hashtags is to always remember that they are meant to help people find things easier when looking for something related to the content you are publishing.

Sharon Callix

Award Winning Social Media Consultant



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