Helpful #Hashtags – U Need These!

Monday #MondayBlogs (Big)

Tuesday is #TuesdayShares

Wednesday #1lineWed – you can use your blog link but not your book link (Big) Has themes and rules.

Wednesday is #wwwednesday

Saturday #ArchiveDay (saturday) (Big)

Sunday #SundayBlogShare (Big)

The top ones so far on 9/2/15 at 1pm - but it could be the image or the message and not the hashtag...
The top ones so far on 9/2/15 at 1pm – but it could be the image or the message and not the hashtag…
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Goes with top tweet, above, “But since it did…”
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Goes with 2nd top tweet, “Instead, be amazing.”
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Goes with 3rd top tweet, “So I do…”







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What other hashtags do YOU use that are effective?

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13 thoughts on “Helpful #Hashtags – U Need These!

    1. The #wwwblogs crowd dished a little hate my way, saying it was for a hashtag for women. I was like, so my 80% female readership can just go fuck off? That kinda ended the discussion.

      I’ll use it.

    1. And maybe they thought I was a female wrestler who’d stumbled onto the wrong hashtag. It is also a “writer world Wednesday” hashtag, so they may be working on exclusivity, who knows.

      As you might guess, telling me not to do something is a pretty good way of getting me to blast into it full speed, but I try to play fair (and I’m not trying to give them an ongoing hard time over it).

      I feel like if my readers are mostly women – although after Poggibonsi comes out, maybe not – then I can use a women-oriented hashtag.

  1. I often use #indiepub which is generally used for sharing tips and tricks amongst fellow indie authors. And #indiebooksbeseen for spotlighting (can you guess?) indie books (shocking, I know).

    For the trad route, there are a lot of things going down recently with #pitchwars, linking writers with agents.

    There’s also #ASMSG, Authors Social Media Support Group – has rules but is expansive and links tons of authors everywhere.

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