Whether you want to increase your social media accounts’ following, or simply boost engagement, hashtags can be a really powerful tool.
However, benefiting from hashtags isn’t about guesswork and crossing your fingers.
By using the right hashtag tools, you can come up with an effective hashtag strategy.
Several online tools can generate a list of hashtags using the main keyword that users enter.
In addition to those, here are some unique hashtag tools you should try.
Pro Tip: You can increase customer engagement and connecting to your live events on webinar software using relevant hashtags tags.
While TagsFinder requires users to type in up to 10 hashtags, there’s one feature that makes it different from its counterparts. You can specify words that you want the tool to skip from the generated list of hashtags.
It also allows users to filter their hashtag search by country. This makes for a more targeted approach.
All you need to do for Photerloo to come up with a list of relevant hashtags is to drag and drop the photograph you want to post.
It makes use of machine learning to analyze the content of your picture, and generate relevant hashtags.
What’s more, you ask? Photerloo can post your photo to the social networks, photography sites, and stock sites, thus saving you a ton of time!
Ingramer is a tool that has different features wrapped into one.
It can suggest hashtags by analyzing your main keyword, your photograph, or the URL of your post.
By generating an effective combination of hashtags, it can help you bring more eyeballs to your account.
Hashatit is one of the best hashtag generator tools on the internet. All you need to do is pop in a keyword. Then, the tool scans through different social media platforms to generate a list of the top posts where it’s been used.
This can help you understand which hashtags you should use.
Using hashtags is hands down one of the most effective ways to boost the performance of your social media posts. In addition to the above-mentioned tools, you can use one (or more) of the 15 tools reviewed on my blog ShaneBarker.com.
The infographic below also throws light on some great hashtag tools.