buildings of trieste and other hashtags

buildings of trieste

Don’t you love when you come across a hashtag on Instagram that no-one else is using. It works as a great ‘filing system’. I have started ‘filing’ my images into several categories and #buildingsoftrieste is one I started to tag all my photos of the buildings I capture in Trieste. There sure is some fancy architecture around here and it is great when I want to brag to friends or family who haven’t visited yet to show them the beautiful city I live in.

I also tag my food pictures with #mycreativeeats. I love food and this is a great repository for mini-recipes (you know the kind that are just ingredients thrown together and not really recipes at all). I also just started #mypancakeclub which I would love people to share their own pancake inspiration to. Just a unique topping or addition to the mix. I love pancakes!

Moving on from my own ‘creations’. I love #notmynonni (nonni being grandparents in Italian) from @notmynonni. Italy’s elderly make up a large chunk of the population and they are such brilliant characters.

I’ve found participating in hashtag challenges (is that what you would call them) or just tagging pictures are a great way of coming across new (to me) Instagrammers (particularly in my new part of the world) and a friendly way to grow my Instagram following. Though I suggest when hashtagging don’t go overkill!

So tell me how do you use hashtags and what are some of your favourites? And also how irritating is it that you can’t click on tags on the Instagram website?!

4 thoughts on “buildings of trieste and other hashtags

  1. Interesting post Michelle, only this week I’ve been thinking about how to best use hashtags and where I can find out which are ‘good’ ones. I mostly tend to pick them up from other Instagrammers posts, but if you or anyone else has any tips, I’d love to here them

  2. My husband and I had a hashtag for our wedding #dandysaur because a lot of my family live on the other side of the world and couldn’t come – so they followed along on the hashtag. They loved it and it means we can look back on the pictures on instagram that all of our guests took!

    I wish I was more organised with my instagram tags in general though!

    Owl Girl | A London lifestyle blog

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