Hashtags are such a hassle.
For a while, I was using the same list of ~20+ repetitive hashtags on most of my Instagram posts. Then I read an article about how repetitive content is penalized by the Instagram algorithm. I realized I needed to re-think my hashtag strategy.
So I started using a spreadsheet to:
👉 keep track of hashtags
👉 organize hashtags into categories
👉 generate randomized hashtag sets to copy into my Instagram posts
Whenever I found a new hashtag that I liked, I would open up my Google sheet and enter it into the relevant category (column).
Through some formula wizardry, I generated different (unique) sets of hashtags from various categories, depending on the content of my post.
More and more hashtags were added to the sheet, which quickly ballooned into a behemoth of a mess.
So I decided to build something to make my life #easier. 😉
I wanted it to have a sleek interface that was simple and satisfying to use. And it needed to have all the functionality of my spreadsheet: adding, categorizing and copying unique sets of hashtags.
No more repetitive hashtags.
It's been my side-side project for the last few months and I am very excited to finally launch...Hashzag!
If you are a coder or creator who wants to focus on coding and creating rather than remembering which hashtags to use in your social media posts, you might like Hashzag. And if you do decide to try it out, I'd love your feedback. 🍻