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#HashtagHack: Increase Your Reach With 60 Hashtags Per Post

There’s a lot of chatter about the importance and uses of hashtags on social media these days, specifically on Instagram. With over 800 million active users worldwide, Instagram is now under the microscope of many IGers and marketers alike, all attempting to figure out how to get their content in front of more people.

There’s plenty of truth out there about how to get the most out of your hashtags, but not one of these truths seem to mention the quantity-based hack that literally doubles the amount of hashtags you can use per post from 30 to 60! We know, this sounds too good to be true, but what’s the harm in trying it out for yourself?

Now what exactly can an additional 30 hashtags do for you, you ask? Well, let’s start with the obvious. Using 60 hashtags in one post can literally double the reach of that post: i.e., double the pairs of eyes on your post, double the chances of gaining new followers, double the potential number of new followers gained, double the chances of engagement, double the chances of conversion, etc.Doubling your hashtags per post leaves room for you test hashtags that you just aren’t quite sure will reach the audience you intend to reach with your content. Usually, you wouldn’t take up a hashtag slot in the #basic 30 spaces of a quality post to test the effectiveness of a “new” hashtag because you want to be sure your content is receiving the attention you’re used to receiving. Who wants a potential lull in their Instagram activity when you’re trying to develop a brand or a name for yourself? No one. This is why an additional 30 hashtag slots provide the perfect space for testing hashtags for potential regular use.

Honestly, there’s no catch involved here. Try out Instelite’s #60HashtagHack on your next Instagram post and prepare for even more growth per published post, and let us know how it worked for you!

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