Reach a wider audience on social media
by using #hashtags and mentions. These tools aren't just for Twitter and Instagram. Users on all major platforms can search by hashtag for relevant posts and organizations will receive notifications if they're mentioned in your post. #UseThem
Start the week off strong with an upbeat campaign to start off the week.
Sometimes, even in Florida, we need a little boost to get out of the bed in the morning and face the week. Keep your Monday hashtags upbeat and inspirational. And, as with all of your hasthtags, keep them relevant.
#ManiteeMonday #MotivationMonday #MondayFunday #MochaMonday
Everybody loves tacos! Tuesday is stereotypically known as Taco Tuesday.
If your audience is not going to be responsive to food posts there are a lot of other options for hashtagging your posts for Tuesday. In Florida, we often want to capitalize on travel and tourism which are both "T" words.
#TacoTuesday #TastyTuesday #TravelTipTuesday #TourismTuesday #TuesdayNoShoesDay
A lot of people refer to Wednesday as "Hump Day'. I often advise against using this moniker.
Let's face it — there is nothing great about Wednesday. We are right in the middle of the typical work week. A good option is to focus on wellness and working out.
There are a lot of destination weddings in Florida so utilizing the #WeddingWednesday hashtag can be successful if it is relevant to your potential audience.
#WellnessWednesday #WorkoutWednesday #WisdomWednesday #WeddingWednesday
Thursday is well-known for being Thirsty Thursday, and with good reason.
Thursday is Friday Junior. Everyone is ready for the weekend and looking to have a good time. Just remember that drinking is not a good time for everybody. There are a lot of opportunities with Thursday hashtagging to be all-inclusive with your marketing strategy.
#ThirstyThursday #ThankfulThursday #ThrowbackThursday #TBT #FridayJr #ReadyForTheWeekend
We made it! Friday is here so let's get fired up — and let's capitalize on these endorphins.
Friday is a day for social media good will. Social media activity during the 9 to 5 workday is higher on Friday than Monday through Thursday so post earlier and try to get some followers.
#FollowBackFriday #FBF #FollowFriday #FeelGoodFriday
If you are still posting on the weekend or have wisely scheduled your posts for the weekend, Saturday is a great opportunity to drive some actual business.
The standard work week is over and people are out transacting in the real world. Both weekend days start with "S" so capitalize on shopping and small business.
#ShoppingSaturday #SmallBusinessSaturday #SaturdaySales #SaturdaySpecials #StyleSaturday
Sunday is a day of rest. It is also a great opportunity to get some engagement out of your audience.
Involving your audience in your social media feeds is a great idea any day of the week. Sunday provides a great opportunity to put this into practice. Southwest Florida is home to some of the world's most beautiful sunsets. Ask your followers to share some of their favorite sunset pictures.
#SunsetSunday #WeekendVibes #SocialSunday #SunDay