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Hashtag Your Posts

Love to #hashtag? Good news!

Guess what, blog contributors? You can add tags (#vacation #dream #summer) throughout your posts to reach more people. Why hashtag? Hashtags are like labels for content that people can search with to find relevant posts.

For all Cotton Mill Farmers Market posts, please use #cottonmillfm

This will allow us to search for market-related posts! It will also allow us to decide upon categories for our blog. Here are some examples you might utilize: #vegetables #produce #beef #clay #goatcheese #pop

Not only will customers be able to search for these hashtags, but we can too, to find our own posts! Consider adding your own company hashtag for everything you do, such as: #dennisfarms or #cragerhager or #blueheron or #clfarmsgrows or #garryfarm

YES, this means you can use multiple hashtags! It helps us! For instance, if Wendy had some exciting news that she had an abundant crop of strawberries, she might make a post, include a picture of them, and end with this: #cottonmillfm #cragerhager #strawberries

Give your hashtags a little thought because remember, if you ever want to find a particular post again, you'll need to know the hashtag to do so. Should you use #vegetable or #cucumber ? Hmmm... both? Just try to remain consistent across your posts.

Using hashtags can expand your post reach and help people find the content that matters to them. So go ahead and #hashtag away!


Use hashtags to describe what your post is about.

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