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100 Instagram and Social Media Hashtags All Newborn Photographers Should Be Using

Here are some clever tips to maximize your hashtags on Instagram:


  • Focus on Quality over Quantity: Don't stuff all of your 30 limit hashtags into your post, use relevant ones that describe your image.

  • Separate Hashtags from your Caption: Keep your caption clear and write a personal message about the photo. Add hashtags on another line or in a separate comment for better readability.

  • Show Appreciation: Tag vendors and suppliers you used (props, backdrops). This might get you noticed and featured by them, boosting your reach.

  • Brand Yourself: Include a hashtag specific to your own company.

  • Curate Your Hashtag List: Create a go-to list in your phone's Notes app. Remember to remove irrelevant ones before each post.

 

General Newborn Photography:


Other examples of popular Newborn Photographer hashtags:


Since Instagram doesn't allow duplicate hashtags, these cover both US and UK terms for expectant mothers, keeping your list concise and relevant.

Location-Specific:


This will help people within your location to find your page. For example, #derby, #leicester #leicesterphotographer or #derbynewbornphotographer. You can also put the name of your location after the photographer part, like this: #newbornphotographerleicester

Don’t forget to hashtag #yourlocation #yourlocationphotographer with this, too. Also, don’t forget to hashtag the venue or location where you photographed the session. For example #bluebeanphotography


Newborn Photographer Engagement & Community:


Newborn Photography Props & Photographer Style:


Milestone, Birthday & Sitter Sessions:

Another tip for lets say your milestone or little sitter sessions is to put #numbermonthsession, for example, #3monthsession, #6monthsession #9monthsession #1yearsession #sittersession #milestonesession

 

Maternity:

 

Birth:


Remember to hashtag the hospital location, as well. eg #derbyhospital #leicesterhospital

Remember:

  • Use a mix of popular and niche hashtags.

  • Don't use all 30 hashtags (focus on relevance).

  • Consider adding a company-specific hashtag (e.g., #bluebeanphotography).

  • Update your hashtags for each post based on the photo's content.


I hope this helps!

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