A new year, a new #hashtag holiday calendar for you!
Here at Social Static love using hashtags to connect with our audience in a fun and engaging way. It may be tempting to use every single hashtag on the following list, but only use those that are relevant to your business and your ideal customer!
The following is a list of hashtags you can use this month to connect with your audience in a fun and engaging way.
January 1st: New Year’s Day (#NewYearsDay)
Kick off the new year with your audience. Share your goals for 2021, engage by asking them theirs, and make your first social media post of the new year count!
January 4th: National Trivia Day (#NationalTriviaDay)
Have some fun and see how much your audience knows about you by providing some interesting facts about your industry or brand, and see just how much they know.
January 11th: Clean Off Your Desk Day (#CleanOffYourDeskDay)
A new year means a fresh start. Clean off your desk and get organized for all that 2021 entails. Maybe even treat yourself to a Target run for some new office decor and organizational pieces.
January 18th: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (#MLKDay)
Martin Luther King, Jr. was an American minister and civil rights activist. January 18th is a day taken to celebrate MLK’s pivotal strides in history.
January 20th: Cheese Lovers Day (#CheeseLoversDay)
If you love cheese as much as we do, todays your day. Enough said.
January 21st: National Hugging Day (#NationalHuggingDay)
National Hugging Day was founded by creative entrepreneur Kevin Zaborney. It may look a little different this year given the circumstances, so share a virtual hug with friends, family, and customers and let them know you appreciate them.
January 21st: Get to Know Your Customers Day (#GetToKnowYourCustomersDay)
Connect with the people who love and support your brand most. Engage with your customers and get to know them, and what makes them love your business!
January 23rd: National Pie Day (#PieDay)
A day dedicated to one of America’s favorite desserts. How will you celebrate? We’re thinking of a pie-eating contest, bake-off, or pie tasting…
January 24th: National Compliment Day (#NationalComplimentDay)
Spread joy by sharing nice things about one another! Take some time to share a compliment and make someone smile today.
January 25th: Opposite Day (#OppositeDay)
Remember this from your childhood? I think we all may have had too much fun with this back then. Opposite day - where everything means the exact opposite. Choose wisely.
We survived 2020, now it’s time to tackle 2021 together. Let’s have some fun with the hashtag calendar in a relevant and engaging way!