Most popular WFH hashtags on LinkedIn
Using the right hashtags on LinkedIn is essential to get the visibility you seek. But which hashtags should you be using when you talk about work from home or remote working? Here is the updated list of the most popular LinkedIn hashtags on this topic.
With the COVID19 situation, more and more people talk about remote solutions and working from home situations on LinkedIn. If you want to be part of the conversation and have some visibility, this article will help you identify the best possible hashtags for you to use.
Most popular LinkedIn WFH hashtags (last update: 24/01/2021):
Using the most popular LinkedIn hashtags will give your posts more visibility - assuming you know which hashtags are popular.
This week #workfromhome continues to grow incredibly fast. The hashtags #team and #futureofwork which were very strong for years already grow very slowly. The hashtag #covid19 is also in the race now and has overpassed all other related hashtags and #covid is now more popular than #team. #collaboration hasn't moved for a while and other hashtags grow faster, while #staysafe is followed by more and more people. The full report is available below these graphs.
To get the complete report with the full list of hashtags and their specific ranking, please follow the link below:
How many hashtags should I use?
LinkedIn is quite specific about the number of hashtags you should be using.
While Instagram and Twitters seem to encourage batch-usage of hashtags, LinkedIn prefers quality over quantity.
The golden number is 3 hashtags, no more, no less. My personal recommendation is to use 2 very popular hashtags (from the list above), and one less popular but more specific one. Something that concerns your industry, your region, your product and that would give you visibility within a niche that you deeply care about.
To get the full LinkedIn expert report with a lot of additional tips for hashtags, please download it here:
Last update: 2021-01-21 Tags: linkedin hashtag work from home wfh social media remote covid19