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30 Days of Social

Posted on 1.21.2014

When it comes to social media management, half the battle is coming up with new and creative ways to interact with your audience.

One way some brands save time brainstorming content ideas is by leveraging day-specific hashtags. While some of these hashtags are well known and used by a large part of the socialsphere, like #ThrowbackThursday, others are more industry specific, such as #ShoesdayTuesday or #Caturday. 


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Regardless of the approach, creating a schedule of relevant day or week-specific hashtags can help your brand increase its visibility and keep its social updates on track. For some inspiration, look below to discover how 30 brands from a variety of industries are taking advantage of this strategy: 


1. #OOTD (outfit or offer of the day) – Macy’s


2. #WebinarWednesday – Webtrends


3. #ManCrushMonday – Warner Bros.


4. #MondayMailTip – CakeMail


5. #ShoesdayTuesday – Candie’s


6. #TGIF – Juicy Couture


7. #HappyMonday – Amish Furniture


8. #PetFridays – Pet Health Central


9. #FridayFavorite – Keurig


10. #TastyTuesday – Frito-Lay America


11. #CaseOfTheMondays – PepsiCo


12. #MeowMonday – Blue Buffalo


13. #QuestionOfTheDay – Modern Dog Magazine


14. #ShowtimeTuesday – Lexus


15. #DailyCartoon – HubSpot


16. #Caturday – Petco


17. #FragranceFriday – Marchesa


18. #MondayMustHave – Vera Wang


19. #shoeoftheday – Jimmy Choo


20. #TravelTuesday – Renaissance Hotels


21. #TwitterTuesday – Flickr


22. #ThrowbackThursday (tbt) – Windows


23. #SundayFunday – BIN 36


24. #HumpDay – LIVEKellyandMichael


25. #TacoTuesday – Pinterest


26. #TechTuesday – Go2mobi


27. #FlashbackFriday – NFL


28. #FanFriday – Sephora


29. #WomanCrushWednesday – TVLand


30. #SelfieSunday – Beggin’ Strips


Does your brand use any day-specific hashtags to keep social on schedule? Let us know in the Comment Section below.

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