If you’re not using Reels on Instagram yet, now is the time to start. Instagram is keeping up with TikTok and wants you to gain the same momentum on their platform. So how can you get tons of views on every Reel you make? By using the combination of hashtags and Reels to outrank your competition!
It’s still possible to grow your Instagram account organically in 2021 but not the same way you’ve been doing it. If you see one of your posts has explosive reach due to hashtags, do you know why? Even better, do you know how to continue to replicate that success with your future posts?
In the past, you could look at the number of posts on a hashtag and determine if that hashtag was good enough or not — nowadays, not so much. So, how do you determine if one hashtag is better than the other?
Let’s dive into one of the most asked questions when it comes to using hashtags on Instagram. Instagram allows you to add hashtags to your posts in either way. Is one better than the other? I have 9 different reasons why I like to use one way over the other.
On Instagram, emojis can be a great way to express yourself, create a visual flair in your captions, crack a joke, or convey your mood. But they aren’t perfect for everything. If you want to get value from all 30 hashtags you can use, then you should stay away from any hashtag with an emoji in it.