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Hashtags have become mainstream. They’re on tee-shirts, home decor and…of course on Social Media. Hashtags are to Twitter and Instagram what keywords are to Google. Hashtags are great tools for being found on social media. If you begin to think of hashtags with an SEO’s eyes, you will become a much more powerful marketer. Let’s discuss the proper use of hashtags in today’s social media environment.

Social Media Tips on How And Where to Use Hashtags

Hashtags are powerful.

Tweets with hashtags get two times more engagement than tweets without. And Twitter’s research suggests individuals can see a 100 percent increase in engagement by using hashtags, while brands can see a 50 percent increase in engagement.

Engagement includes clicks, retweets, favorites, and replies. Tweets with one or more hashtag are 55 percent more likely to be retweeted.

PRO TIP Don’t use hashtags on Facebook. Facebook posts without a hashtag do better than those with a hashtag.

 

How to Find the Best Hashtags

Competitor Research

What hashtags are influencers using? What hashtags are your competitors using? Check these out and begin to test them out on your own posts.




Use Relevant Hashtags

You may be tempted to use those #like4likes hashtags that seem to get so much engagement. Don’t. That engagement is a waste. That’s engagement from accounts that won’t convert. The name of the game is ROI, not vanity metrics, so concentrate on getting in front of the right eyes. We’ve put together tutorials and lists of hashtags for many industries and subjects on our hashtag directory, so check there before you begin to use them.

Be Mindful of Numbers

Which hashtags are the best to use? You may think that hashtags with over a million posts attached to them are best, but stop and think about this. In platforms like Twitter and Instagram, where content is constantly being uploaded, does it benefit you to use hashtags that are used so often? Nope. These hashtags will make it so you drop out of the feed quickly. Try to use hashtags that have been used between 5000 and 500,000 times. This will put you at a good place for both being seen and getting enough engagement.

Check Hashtags for Context

Could your chosen hashtags mean something else entirely? Before using a hashtags search it. Make sure there’s no nefarious association with it.

How to Manage Social Media With Socialdraft

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Now that you understand how to use hashtags properly, you will need a tool to help you implement your strategy. Socialdraft is an all-in-one Social Media tool for teams. With Socialdraft, you can:

  • Schedule to Facebook business pages, and one personal account
  • Schedule to Twitter
  • Schedule to Instagram
  • Schedule pins to Pinterest
  • Schedule to LinkedIn Business pages & one personal account
  • Schedule in bulk w/ a CSV (great for holidays, specials and sharing good reviews)
  • Schedule recurring posts (fantastic for specials and recurring promotions)
  • Download your content calendar (if you want to discuss with your team)
  • Allow others to schedule content, but with different constraints and permissions
  • Assign tasks to team members
  • Engage your community on the feed
  • Schedule reposts from Instagram to all your connected networks
  • Put in your business or brand name as well as that of your principals and track what is being said online (and share the good stuff with a few clicks)
  • And pull reports to see how you’re progressing

If you’re ready to take us for a spin, sign up for our risk-free trial.

 

Welp. Facebook dropped the bomb we all knew was coming, but were hoping would come much later. Facebook announced that they’d be heavily penalizing business pages that get little to no engagement and focusing on conversations between people – not people and pages – but people and people. This is not an issue for pages that have been focusing on engagement from the get-go, but those that were using the platform to broadcast need to switch their strategy or move elsewhere. Twitter may be a good place to look. Yes, I know everyone thought that Twitter was dead, but we’ve been loving Twitter, especially over the past year. If you take the time to schedule with a strategy AND engage, you can build strong relationships and see a return on investment from your efforts. Today, we’ll give you our favorite Twitter Tips for success so you too can fall in love with the network.

Twitter Tips For Success

But, before we get to these tips, let’s discuss why you should reconsider investing time on the network you thought was dying a slow death.

  • Twitter has 330 million active users
  • Twitter allows you to directly talk to your target audience
  • Twitter has been ignored for the past few years, this means the early bird can get the worm
  • People are still talking about your brand on Twitter

Are you ready to give Twitter another try? Here are your Twitter tips for success.

USE IMAGES

While Twitter is the land of 280 characters, don’t rely on text alone. Images take up tons of real estate and that means that if you add an eye-catching image that is “easy to read” you can increase your chances of having people stop, look, read and engage. Don’t rely on just photos, experiment with videos and GIFs to get the most out of that valuable piece of land.

RESEARCH YOUR HASHTAGS




Just like Google has keywords, Twitter has hashtags. Research your hashtags before tweeting to make sure they are relevant to how you want to be found. Make sure that you don’t go crazy on hashtags though, you want to make sure that your tweet is easy to read and understand.

USE QUOTES

Quote industry leaders and make sure to @tag them on your tweets. You will receive attention not only from those who admire the person you are quoting but – if you are smart about the way you craft the quote tweet – you may even start a conversation with that influencer.

USE EMOJIS & SPECIAL CHARACTERS

Emojis add much-needed context to text. Use emojis to get the subtleties of what you are trying to say through your tweet. They’re also eye-catching, so tweets with emojis have more chances of being seen and being engaged with.

USE NUMBERS

People on Twitter love stats and numbers. When you add numbers to tweets in an informational way, you increase your chances of getting more retweets and likes.

USE A CALL-TO-ACTION

Don’t be shy to ask for those things you want. Add a call-to-action to your tweets to get your followers to do what you want them to.

KEEP YOUR TWEETS SHORT

Yes, we know that Twitter increased their character limit, but Twitter is all about being short & sweet. Shorter tweets are easier to read and digest, making them more shareable. We suggest that you keep your tweets between 71 and 100 characters to get the most engagement (but if you don’t the Socialdraft dashboard does support the new longer character length).

USE BITLY

We love Bitly. That’s one of the reasons Socialdraft users can connect their business bitly to our dashboard. Shortening links with Bitly lets you make the most of your character and gets you tons of cool analytics. We highly recommend it as a URL shortener.

THINK ABOUT A TWEET’S HALF-LIFE

While your tweets will get engagement throughout time, it is the first few hours where you have the most chances of getting it seen. When you have a super important tweet coming out, make sure you’re signed in and engaging with people to draw more attention and make the most of your tweet’s half-life.

MENTION PEOPLE

The best way to get someone’s attention on the street or at a party is to call out their name, right? It’s the same on Twitter. When you are working on your social media calendar, think of those people you want to target. Check out their websites and blogs and see if they have any content that would be relevant to your audience. Schedule hares of this content AND when you do, make sure to @mention them. You’re doing them a favor by spreading their word and they will at least like your tweet…at best begin to engage you.

PLACE LINKS BETWEEN YOUR TWEET

Placed links at the first quarter of your tweet. For some reason, this increases the CTR.

POST AT THE RIGHT TIME

Some sites will tell you “the best time to tweet is xyz”. Don’t listen to them. Check analytics and find out what the best times really are. Then, test out posting at and around this time to see what gives you the best results.

SCHEDULE SMART

The whole idea behind social media scheduling, especially on Twitter is to save time so you can engage. As such, each time you schedule a tweet, ask yourself:

  • does this encourage engagement with my target audience?
  • does this encourage engagement with an influencer?

An easy way to achieve these is to include people in your tweets – both your audience and those influencers. Create a list of influencers, and when you are creating your Twitter calendar, check their content. Chances are they are in the same industry and are creating content that will interest your audience as well. Schedule these pieces of content following the tips above making sure that they are @tagged on the posts.

Then, in order to meet your goal of saving time so you can engage, schedule in two ways:

Recurring Posts

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Schedule evergreen content as recurring posts. Because Twitter is a constantly moving feed, it is ok to repeat content. You just need to be smart about it. If you use a dashboard such as Socialdraft, you can schedule posts that repeat daily, weekly and monthly and schedule them to stop after a certain number of occurrences. It’s quite handy here.

Schedule via CSV

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Another great tool. If you have evergreen content about your brand or industry, take the time to create multiple csvs that you can schedule each week, month or year. Need some examples?

  • Yearly holidays: Create a CSV that contains all your holiday posts. Then each year, just adjust the posting dates. Upload this once a year and save tons of time.
  • Reviews & press about your brand or business: Create a CSV of your positive online mentions. Upload these monthly and randomize them with TrueTime so you don’t bore your audience.

If you are now ready to take on Twitter, you will need a Twitter scheduler to help you make things happen. Take Socialdraft for a risk-free trial. You can do tons of things with Socialdraft including:

  • Schedule posts to multiple Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, Pinterest boards, LinkedIn pages and Instagram accounts
  • Schedule single, recurring, or duplicate posts
  • Bulk upload posts via CSV
  • Lets you know when your brand is mentioned online & has options for quick sharing
  • Lets you engage on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
  • Lets you schedule Instagram reposts from Instagram to all other social networks.
  • Pull reports on Twitter and Facebook.
  • And much more.

It is no secret that social media is a great tool for restaurants. A social savvy restaurant can use social media to increase their brand awareness which can lead to more clients. Instagram is a particularly good avenue for this since it is so visual. Until Smell-a-Vision is created, images are the most powerful tool to help entice people to come to your Asian restaurant. We’ll discuss tips to help you market your restaurant on Instagram, but before we do, take a few seconds to copy and save these Instagram Asian Food Instagram Hashtags. They have been optimized so you get the most reach on your social media posts, especially Instagram. Copy the hashtags by clicking on the “copy” button below the hashtags on your laptop, iPhone, Android, iPad or PC.

 

#Asianfood #Asiancuisine #Chinesefood #Sushi #Chinesetakeout #Foodporn #Chopsticks #Foods #Foodstagram #Instafoods #Foodphotos
#Socialdraft #Noodles #Food #Instafood #Rice #Foodlover #Foodpic #Foodie
#Delicious #Yummy #Nomnom #Tasty

Whether you like it or not, you’re going to have to become active on social media. Social media AND review sites are going to create a profile for your Asian restaurant. This means you must become active on social media so you can gain control of the message. On top of this, your customers are going to be creating content about your restaurant: tweets, Instagram posts, Yelp reviews. You need to be out there to thank those who share positive content, and to try to assuage those who share the bad.

Whether your online presence is official or not, people are paying attention to it. Today more people are crowdsourcing opinions before making decisions—especially millennials, who are expected to inject an additional $6 billion into the restaurant industry in the years to come.

How do you start?

1. Claim any possible profiles

Facebook, search the name of your restaurant and see if it comes up. Most social networks will offer you an option to claim your page. Then go on review websites including TripAdvisor, Yelp, and FriendsEAT. All these sites have options to allow you to claim your page. Do this, you’ll see why it is important in a few. For any sites that ask you to create a handle, make sure that your handle is consistent throughout. How do you do this? Keep things simple. Use your restaurant name + cuisine type + City if possible. Min Jiang London is a great example. They are very clearly a Chinese restaurant in London. This will increase their chances of being found by people looking in that city.

2. Check Your Listings For Accuracy

A good social media profile includes your website

 

Go through each site. Make sure all your basic info is correct: address, phone number, cuisine type, reservation links. Click through to every website. Yes, this is a tedious task, but a worthwhile one.

3. Add your Social Media Links to Your Website

Social media links should be on every page of your website

You want to make it easy for people to find your social media links, so make sure they are clearly listed on the home page of your website.

4. Begin to Plan Your Content Calendar

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Before you create any content, you need to understand that Social Media is not a soapbox. It is not like passing out flyers with your menu, but a way to have a conversation with your current and potential clients. This means you need to create a balanced content calendar that includes content to engage and convert your followers. This is usually known as the 80/20 rule (80% conversational, 20% promotional). What does this type of content look like? Conversational Posts:  Sharing a recipe, a quote or meme. You can also share behind the scenes. Promotional Posts: New menu items, happy hour promotions, deals. Semi Promotional Posts:  I count reviews only as half promotional. Why? Because this content was created by a customer or a reviewer. This content is a testimonial and testimonials can be conversational. When you share reviews, share them in a way where you thank the content creator. That way it becomes a piece of engagement with the reviewer while promoting your restaurant. In all of these types of posts, you need to develop a voice. This depends on the nature of your restaurant, but no matter what that voice is (neighborhood Chinese place, Michelin star Japanese restaurant, or fun Bahn Mi shop) it needs to be consistent and show that there are humans behind the brand.

5. Engage Your Customers

Your customers have probably been posting to Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook while you have not been on social. You will want to go back and search for those posts and engage those people. They are customers who took the time to tell the world how much they loved your food. So take a few seconds, like their post and leave a nice comment or thank you. This will notify them that you are now active on social, and if they like you enough, they may even follow you. This needs to become a daily task that can result in return customers.

6. Deal with the Negative

As you know, you’re going to get some negative comments and reviews from time to time. If you don’t address them, it shows potential customers that you either don’t care or don’t know how to handle things. It also does not allow you the chance to make things better and convert that negative reviewer into am advocate for your restaurant. Check out this handy guide on how to respond to negative reviews and negative comments  on social media. The key is to respond quickly, honestly, and take the conversation off a public forum.

You’re probably thinking this is a lot of stuff to keep an eye on. And you are right. You can’t keep logging in and out of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram to then head over to Yelp, TripAdvisor, and all those review websites. This means you need the right tool. Socialdraft is this tool.

On Socialdraft  you can:

  • Schedule all your social media posts ahead of time.
  • Duplicate posts (great for sharing good reviews & upcoming promotions)
  • Check alerts that tell you whenever your restaurant has been mentioned on over 500 billion websites and social networks
  • Assign tasks to your team
  • Share good reviews to social media in seconds.

7. Share Exclusive Deals & Offers

People love freebies, especially when they are given just to them. This is a great way to keep your audience engaged. You can set special offers for business milestones, like when you reach your first 1,000 Instagram followers.  You can also offer rewards to those who check in on Facebook. And once you are a pro at social, you should begin to think about offering a deal and sponsoring that post to maximize the views. 8. Use those Asian Cuisine Hashtags I know you already copied and saved the optimized Asian Cuisine Hashtags. Now you need to put them to use. You’re going to use those more generic hashtags we gave you BUT combine then you need to get smart. You need to combine these with more targeted hashtags. For example: Geo-Location:

You will want to include city and neighborhood hashtags. The reason for this is that when people are exploring Instagram for NYC, you want to make sure that you are a presence. Think of Instagram as another search engine just like Google. Tourists and locals alike will search location hashtags, and if you aren’t using them, you will never be found. These hashtags would work for a Chinese restaurant in New York example:

#NY #NewYork #NewForkCity #NYC #ChineseNYC

Trending Hashtags: You don’t want to jump on every trending hashtag, but you should make a habit of seeing what is trending so that if relevant, you can utilize these in your posts

Relevant Hashtags:

These hashtags are for whatever is relevant at the moment. Say it’s Chinese New Year…then you want to use #ChineseNewYear. Maybe you’ve added Soup Dumplings to the menu, you’ll want to use #SoupDumplings and #XiaoLongBao. The whole idea is to help people interested in you to find you. When sharing photos of dishes, amplify their reach by adding relevant hashtags: #JapaneseFood #sushi #spicysalmonroll #pescetarian. 9. Share Quality Photos

The cardinal sin of Social Media (especially Instagram) is posting ugly photos. Your images need to be clear, bright and beautiful. There are tons of websites online that will teach you simple tricks like the rule of thirds, so spend a little time on some smart phone camera tutorials.

8. Tag People

People love to be mentioned, as long as it is not spammy. So say you are that Chinese restaurant in NYC and you’re a few blocks from Central Park. When you share a picture of Central Park, tag that person in your post. When you share the pictures of your food that were taken by your customers (after you have asked permission), make sure to tag them. They will tell friends and your reach will grow.

These are just some basics to get you started. If you want some more tips, ask to join our Facebook group for Social Media Managers. If you’re ready to implement all this learning, then take Socialdraft for a risk free trial. 

 

How to Manage your Social Media Accounts

Socialdraft is an all-in-one Dashboard that helps you manage multiple Social Media Acccounts. It is the most robust and simple tool for agencies and teams to effectively handle social media. With Socialdraft you can:

Schedule posts to Facebook pages, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn Business Pages (and one LinkedIn account) and Pinterest Boards
Schedule posts individually, as recurring posts, or bulk upload them as CSV
Easily re-schedule with a drag & drop action
Schedule GIFs to Facebook and Twitter
Download content calendars as PDF
Find content on Instagram and easily schedule reposts not just to Instagram but to all other social networks
Engage on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin
Download Facebook and Twitter reports
and tons more…

If you are curious about Socialdraft, take it for a risk-free trial. You’ll get to try out all the features and decide if Socialdraft is right for you.

Social Media for Tennis is not just for the likes of Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer. Social media sites like Twitter and Instagram can be used by the likes of tennis instructors, sporting good stores, umpires and more to help their business AND build a brand. Today we will discuss ideas on what you can do to get noticed in the Tennis industry with the help of Social Media, and specifically hashtags.

Tennis Hashtags & How to Use them on Instagram

Before we move forward, here is a list of the top Instagram Tennis Hashtags. You can use them by clicking the “copy” button below the hashtags on your iPhone, Android, iPad or PC.

#Tennis #Tennisball #Tenniscourt #Tennisplayer #Fit #Healthy #Exercise #Training #Tennislife #Tennistime #Tennismatch #Tennisteam #Tennisclub #Tennislife #Instatennis #Babolat #Head #Wilson #Sports #Active #Niketennis #Tennislife #Frenchopen #Usopen #Wimbledon #Footwork

You and I both know that mentions of tennis spike around events like the US Open, Wimbledon, and the Australian open. But if you are marketing your brand or business to an audience interested in Tennis, you need to plan your marketing, engagement, and promotion way before this.

Before you start crafting tweets and Facebook posts, you need to understand the landscape. Here are some stats from the TIA on social media use among tennis players. These numbers are from 2013, so you can expect today’s numbers to be even higher.

    • 21% of people who play tennis on a consistent basis mention tennis on a weekly basis (or more) on Facebook
    • 90% of avid tennis players use a personal computer
    • 80%+ of avid tennis players use a smart-phone
    • 75% of avid tennis players who use smart-phones access social networks on these machines
    • 30% of avid tennis players who use tablets use them to stream tennis content
    • 21% of avid tennis players use smart phones make purchases for tennis related merchandise (this number goes up to 90% on a PC)

Collaborate with tennis influencers: These numbers mean that your audience is online, and increasingly so on mobile. So you need to go where they are. Unlike Nike, most brands and businesses won’t be able to strike a deal with Nadal, Federer, or Sharapova…but you can create an influencer campaign that runs across Instagram, Twitter, and if you build a good relationship, even a blog. Just make sure that the social media influencer you reach out to actually IS an influencer, not just someone with large numbers and no following. This article will help you to determine who is a real influencer and how to collaborate with them. Make sure to incorporate a tennis hashtag so you can easily follow their posts and engagement.

Make use of hashtags: Outside of using the hashtags mentioned above which are more general, you should come up with branded or custom hashtags that can help you get the community involved. Take what the Australian Open did. On Twitter, they used the hashtag #ausopen. On Instagram they used #AOselfie. This makes a lot of sense when you look at the usage of each network. Twitter is more of a broadcast network where you share news and goings-on. Instagram is where you express yourself. A tennis product could easily incorporate this type of hashtag technique; think #BrandSelfie and prompt your customers to share a selfie with your tennis rackets, balls, or clothing.

 

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Consistent Posting: Studies show that consistency in Social Media posting results in more engagement and a better ROI. Make a list of upcoming tennis events, your events, and other interesting happenings. Then, schedule content that is relevant to these. Make sure the content is fun, is accompanied by a clear, bright image, and that you test out timing to fit your audience best.

How to Manage Your Instagram Accounts

Socialdraft is an all-in-one Social Media Dashboard that helps you manage Instagram. It is the most robust and simple tool for agencies and teams to effectively handle social media. With Socialdraft you can:

Schedule posts to Facebook pages, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn Business Pages (and one LinkedIn account) and Pinterest Boards
Schedule posts individually, as recurring posts, or bulk upload them as CSV
Easily re-schedule with a drag & drop action
Schedule GIFs to Facebook and Twitter
Download content calendars as PDF
Keep an eye on your online reputation and easily share the good news to social
Find content on Instagram and easily schedule reposts not just to Instagram but to all other social networks
Engage on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin
Download Facebook and Twitter reports
and tons more…

If you are curious about Socialdraft, take it for a risk-free trial. You’ll get to try out all the features and decide if Socialdraft is right for you.

You probably have a Twitter account. If you are a marketer, you’d be a fool if you didn’t. Although naysayers speak of the demise of Twitter, it is still very much a solid social marketing channel with some very good benefits. But, before we talk about Twitter marketing, check out the hashtags below. Use these Twitter optimized hashtags on when discussing the network on other social media such as Instagram.

Best Twitter Instagram Hashtags

If you are marketing and discussing Twitter on social media, you will need to utilize the right hashtags to drive eyes to your conversation. The list of hashtags below will help you to achieve this goal. Use these hashtags by clicking on “copy” below on your iPhone, Android, iPad, or PC.

#Twitter #Tweet #Twitterupdate #Twittergram #Followme #Tweetme #TopLikeTags #Twitterfollow #Tweetgram #Tweetpic #Followforfollow
#Tweets #F4f #Tweetftheday #Tweetagram #Likesback #Tweety #Likesforlikes #Tweeted #Socialmedia #Meme #Tweeter #F4f #Tweettweet
#Instatweet #Likesreturned #Tweetstagram #Twitterpost #Tweeting #Tweeters

What is Twitter?

Twitter is a social network based in San Francisco which has more than 25 offices in other countries. It’s come a long way since it was launched in July 2006. The mission of this social network is to give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly. That means you can have as much power as anyone else out there to be heard. It’s great when people are trying to get customer service, when businesses want to make deals, or when you’re trying to find out what is going on with a subject in real time.

How Does Twitter Work?

On Twitter, you can send and read short messages made up of 140 characters called tweets. If you are registered on twitter, you can access your account not just on website interface, but also through SMS or mobile device application. With twitter, you can react, share thoughts, and inform your followers regarding what you are into at the moment. You can also create a blast of topics using Twitter hashtags.

What Are Twitter Hashtags?

The Twitter hashtag allows users to see trending topics all over the world. Trending topics are words, phrases, or topics that are mentioned many times on Twitter. Using the hashtag symbol (#), people on Twitter create a huge rate on topic for it to become trending. It was created by Twitter users to categorize messages and help them show more easily when someone is searching regarding a specific topic.

By clicking hashtags, you can see the tweets of other users and track the discussion topics based on that keyword.

Like other things that you need to remember on other social networks, you should not overuse the hashtag symbol when you tweet. That makes it too hard for people to read your tweets and will result in decreased likes, comments, and retweets. This means you should only use hashtags when they are relevant to the topic that you are discussing on your tweet.

Best Practices for Twitter Hashtags

This section is for your use of hashtags on Twitter. Use of hashtags on other networks will differ.

  • Keep them simple: A ridiculously long hashtag or a hashtag that is hard to spell will make it harder for it to be used by others. Keep things simple #winewednesday #SMM #recipe are all examples of good hashtags.
  • Skip the punctuation: If you add puntuation to a hashtag, it will be cut off. For example #Socialdraft’sDashboard will be read as #Socialdraft.
  • Don’s use too many: Using too many hahstags will make it difficult for people to read your tweet.
  • Capitalize to separate: This will make it easier for people to read multi-word hashtags. For example: #winewednesday versus #WineWednesday
  • Check your hashtags: Before using a hashtag, click through on Twitter to see the conversations around it. You don’t want a situation like DiGiorno’s #WhyIstayed debacle

How to Manage Your Instagram Accounts

Socialdraft is an all-in-one Social Media Dashboard that helps you manage Instagram. It is the most robust and simple tool for agencies and teams to effectively handle social media. With Socialdraft you can:

Schedule posts to Facebook pages, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn Business Pages (and one LinkedIn account) and Pinterest Boards
Schedule posts individually, as recurring posts, or bulk upload them as CSV
Easily re-schedule with a drag & drop action
Schedule GIFs to Facebook and Twitter
Download content calendars as PDF
Find content on Instagram and easily schedule reposts not just to Instagram but to all other social networks
Engage on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin
Download Facebook and Twitter reports
and tons more…

If you are curious about Socialdraft, take it for a risk-free trial. You’ll get to try out all the features and decide if Socialdraft is right for you.

If you’re into social media, then you need to pay attention to Zach Clayton. Although he is in his teens, he is one of the most powerful social media personalities of his generation. How did he get here?  He started a YouNow account in 2014. This is a broadcasting app where you can either go anonymous or public. Zach started broadcasting on a daily basis for extended amounts of times. He quickly grew his audience and has become one of today’s most powerful social media stars. Need proof? Over 500,000 people follow Zach Clayton’s channel.

If you’re going to talk about Zach on social media, specifically Instagram, then you should use the hashtags above to get the most targeted likes and engagements for your posts.

BruhItsZach Zach Clayton hashtag Madness! Here are a list of the top Instagram BruhItsZach Zach Clayton Hashtags. Use them by clicking on copy below the hashtags via your iPhone, Android, iPad or PC. Get more love!

#Bruhitszach #Zach #Bruh #Zachclayton #Clayton #Zebruh #5quad #5quadaf #5quadfam #Younow #Younowers #Youtuber #Younower #Likesforlikes
#Funny #Bae #Zabruhnation #Topliketags #Lovehim #Hot #Guys #Cute #Zebruhs #Partyline #Bruhitsevents #Snapshot