A new year means a whole new list of hashtag holidays!
Hashtag holidays are one of our favorite ways to connect with our audience in a fun and engaging way. Although it may be tempting for you to use every hashtag on the list, only use those that are relevant to your business and ideal customer! These are a great way to fill in any gaps in your content calendar.
Keep reading to see this month’s list of hashtag holidays…
January 1: New Year’s Day (#NewYearsDay)
Kick-off the new year with a fresh start to your content strategy. Make your first social media post of the year count.
January 4: National Trivia Day (#NationalTriviaDay)
True or False: National Trivia Day is January 4th. Spoiler alert, it is. Now is the perfect time to share cool facts that relate to your industry or brand.
January 10: Clean Off Your Desk Day (#CleanOffYourDeskDay)
A new year means a fresh start. Clean off your desk and get organized for all that 2022 entails. Maybe even treat yourself to a Target run for some new office decor and organizational pieces.
January 13: National Sticker Day (#NationalStickerDay)
Celebrating by supporting a small business that sells stickers - including our sister brand Social Behaviors! Shop our inspirational holographic stickers here.
January 17: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (#MLKDay)
Martin Luther King, Jr. was an American minister and civil rights activist. This holiday celebrates MLK’s pivotal strides in history.
January 20: Get to Know Your Customers Day (#GetToKnowYourCustomersDay)
Put a face to the people who love your brand most! Celebrate by reaching out to your customers, sending a survey to learn more about them, and more.
January 21: National Hugging Day (#NationalHuggingDay)
Founded by creative entrepreneur Kevin Zaborney, spread the love by hugging friends and family.
January 23: 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 24: National Compliment Day (#NationalComplimentDay)
Put a smile on someone’s face by sharing something nice about one another!
January 25: 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.
Cheers to the New Year! We can’t wait to see what 2022 has in store. If you loved this list, make sure to stick around for a new list EVERY MONTH.