Hashtags for small business
Make the hashtag specific to the business
Hashtags direct social media users to specific content on platforms like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Make those hashtags specific to the business. Don’t send users to generic hashtags unrelated to the business, or worse, send users to hashtags used by competitors. So, Harry’s Restaurant in New York makes may create the hashtag, “harrysnewyorkburgers” rather than, “newyorkburgers.”
Keep a list of hash tags unique to a business builds that hashtag’s content overtime. Keeping the hashtags limited with growing content gives users reasons to click or tap that hashtag.
Pegasus Ventures, based in Scranton, designs website for one price, once a year with no limits on pages or updates through the year for just $395. Learn more when you click or tap now!
Looking for someone to run your social media presence? Why not call on Pegasus Ventures for professional, up-to-date services for just $250 per month. Find out more about a social media manager services!