Business Hashtags for Every Day of the Week

Mar 7, 2021

Hashtags are impactful tools in boosting the visibility of your posts and drive engagement. Taking part in hashtag themes gives your content strategy some direction while also being strategic about what and when you post.

While daily hashtags can seem general, tailoring them to your industry can be a great way to generate engagement on your posts. Don’t be afraid to try new things and get creative – that’s what hashtags are!

Here are some business hashtags for every day of the week that you can try.

Monday

  • #MondayMotivation – Post an inspiring quote to kickstart the conversation.
  • #MondayMood – Whatever mood you’re feeling, post an image or content that feels perfect for a Monday morning to engage your feed as everyone starts their week.
  • #MondayMorning – Perfect for the early risers, share what you or your company gets up to on a Monday morning.

Tuesday

  • #TuesdayThoughts – A great time to post some industry insights or ask a question to your audience.
  • #TuesdayTip – Share a fun fact or a helpful how-to video. Keep it short and sweet, and share it on your story as well.
  • #TuesdayTrivia – A fun idea to post a question to your audience, either random or relevant to your brand.

Wednesday

  • #WednesdayWisdom – Another great time to share some insights or something from either an industry professional or it can be something funny as well! Totally up to you.
  • #WednesdayHumpday – Share something that celebrates the fact that we’re all halfway done the week.
  • #WednesdayGrind – Show the world that you can keep the momentum going. Post something your company is up to that’s exciting, like an inside peeks or a customer testimonial.

Thursday

  • #TBT – Throwback Thursday is still going strong, so post a throwback photo of any kind. It can be from a few weeks or years ago.
  • #ThursdayThoughts – If you missed any of the other thought-starter days, it’s not too late! Thursday is another day to share some good insights or even an announcement.
  • #ThursdayNight – Thursday is the new Friday. People are getting in the weekend mood earlier and earlier, so showcase what you’re doing to kick off the weekend as a company.

Friday

  • #FridayFeeling – We made it! Friday is a sort of celebratory day, so post something fun and exciting. It can be company-related or not, but join in with everyone saying TGIF.
  • #FridayReads – Share an article or a book recommendation with your followers who are looking to spend some R&R this weekend reading.
  • #FridayFace – This is the best time to showcase one of your employees or yourself to take advantage of this popular hashtag and bring the human element to your feed.

Saturday

  • #SaturdayMorning – Give your followers an inside look at what goes on with you or your company on the weekend. What does your Saturday morning look like?
  • #SaturdayLove – A time for appreciation and reflection, share some good vibes on your feed. Perhaps you want to share a post from a partner company or promote another small business. This hashtag is a great time to do so.
  • #SaturdayNight – Another time to take advantage of a fun hashtag and give everyone a look at what your Saturday night looks like (even if it’s lame).

Sunday

  • #SundayVibes – I bet you can close your eyes and feel those Sunday vibes! A warm cup of coffee, a nice warm blanket, and maybe a crossword. Whatever it is, share it with the world.
  • #SundayHike – It’s time to get outside and show your followers some of the beautiful landscape around you.
  • #SundayMorning – A time to share your reflection on the week ahead as you set goals and get motivated.

Take the fun and make it business!

Need more ideas? We can help. Just remember, it’s all about creativity when it comes to using hashtags. You may have read the list and thought, “Ya, but how do I make this about my company?” And the answer is creativity. You can make any of these hashtags fit your industry. Take some time and scroll through the hashtags and get some ideas, and then try out a few of your own.

Remember, your feed does not have to be all business. It should always be a mix of educational, engaging, and entertaining.