50 Best Instagram Hashtags of all Time

We already know that it is not good to base your hashtag strategy only on popular ones. However, we bring you the 50 best Instagram hashtags of all time.

Best Instagram Hashtags

Best Instagram Hashtags of all time

  • #love
  • #instagood
  • #Photo of the day
  • #Fashion
  • #handsome
  • # like4like
  • #instagramhub
  • #Art
  • #happy
  • #Photography
  • #instagram
  • #Follow me
  • #style
  • #continue
  • #instadaily
  • #trip
  • #life
  • #Gorgeous
  • #fitness
  • #nature
  • #beauty
  • #girl
  • #funny
  • #Photo
  • #amazing
  • #likeforlike
  • #instalike
  • #instadaily
  • #smile
  • #me
  • #Lifestyle
  • #model
  • # follow4follow
  • #song
  • #friends
  • #motivation
  • #I like it
  • #meal
  • #inspiration
  • #repost
  • #summer
  • #design
  • #makeup
  • #TBT
  • #follow to follow
  • #ootd
  • #family
  • # l4l
  • #bhfyp
  • #picoftheday

The different types of Instagram hashtags

Understanding the different types of hashtags and their corresponding audiences is key to developing an effective Instagram hashtag strategy:

Community Hashtags

Community hashtags are hashtags that connect like-minded users around a specific topic. They are a great way to communicate with others, improve your posts’ search ability, gain followers, and grow your community.

Here are  9 different types of community hashtags  that you can use for your business:

  • Hashtags that indicate your product or service, such as #sweater or #coffeeshops
  • Hashtags that indicate your niches in your industry, such as #wedding photographer or #travel photographer
  • Hashtags for your industry’s Instagram communities, such as #bakersofinstagram or #foodiesofinstagram
  • Hashtags for special events or seasons, like #whiteday or #nationaldonutday
  • Hashtags that use location, such as #pastrynyc, #madeintoronto, or #sydneysweets
  • Hashtags diaries, #mondaymotivation, #tuesdaytip o #wellnesswed Wednesday
  • Hashtags with phrases relevant to what you do, such as #becreative or #bakerylove
  • Hashtags with acronyms, such as #qotd (quote of the day) or #ootd (outfit of the day)

We recommend using a variety of hashtags in your posts and stories so that your posts can reach different communities. For example, suppose you have a bakery in Delhi. In that case, you can use #delhibakeries to contact those who are explicitly looking for bakeries in Delhi and use #bakerslife for those interested in your everyday life as a baker.

The best way to find these community-oriented hashtags is to see which hashtags your favorite audience or accounts are using.

If you are thinking of creating your community hashtag, remember that the more limited the hashtag’s reach, the more engaged users tend to be. Don’t be afraid to find a niche of interest or topic on which you would like to build an Instagram community.

Branded Hashtags

A branded hashtag is a hashtag that is unique to your company when you use Instagram for business.

It can be as simple as your business name, slogan, or the name of one of your products or campaigns. Or it can be a hashtag that has nothing to do with your brand name but rather your brand identity!

While community hashtags are intended to increase the reach of your message, brand hashtags are designed to connect topics for you and your audience. They can be used to promote a campaign or collect user-generated content (UGC).

For example, the “natural” sneaker company @allbirds uses the hashtag #weareallbirds to raise its brand awareness by giving its followers a place to share relevant content.

Getting your  Instagram followers to use your branded hashtag in their posts and stories is key to discovering new audiences on Instagram.

Once you create your hashtag, remind customers to use your business hashtag by sharing it in their stories or calling you in their captions. This way, your followers can tap on the hashtag and see other posts about your business.

It’s also a good idea to follow your brand’s hashtag to keep track of new content being shared!

Campaign Hashtags

While brand and community hashtags are meant to last, campaign hashtags are typically short-term, running for just a few days, a season, or a year.

The reason campaign hashtags are short-term is that they are usually tied to specific campaigns, such as new product launches, special events, or partnerships.

For example, hashtag #ShareACoke to promote a CocaCola campaign.

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