Are you ready to take the reins and design a website for your equestrian business that will give you that competitive edge? With approximately 9.2 million horses in the U.S., and approximately 2 million horse owners, the equine market size has grown substantially.
In part one of this series, we took a look at the basic of social media hashtags to boost engagement. Now, it's time to dig deeper into the details of using tags to ramp up your social marketing efforts
Back in 2007, Chris Messina was the first Twitter user to use the pound or hash symbol as a social media tag; he would go on to lay the groundwork for using tags on the platform. But it was Instagram that would ultimately become King of the Hashtag, making them standard for categorizing content and allowing it to be discoverable on the photo and video-sharing network.
The person who said "Money can’t buy you friends" had no idea that they would be someday be for sale on social media. As Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have become great places to marketing and advertise businesses, a growing number of brands have been lured into buying likes and follower on the platforms to keep up with the competition.
With 1 billion active users, Instagram is a must-use social media channel for business. Nearly 70% of marketers used the platform for campaigns in 2018, according to eMarketer.
As the world's largest social network, Facebook has 1.49 billion global active users and has become a major part of its users' daily lives. So, the social media network can be an effective way to extend the reach of your brand in a more personal and unobtrusive way.