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December 21, 2020 No Comments

Featured article by Habib Kahn, Independent Technology Author

I’m like pretty much most people out there; a big fan of Instagram.

I’ve used it for ages not only to share content with my nearest and dearest, but to have a crack at becoming an Instagram influencer. The more I’ve used it, the more I’ve come to understand that it is about so much more than just uploading my content and leaving it for people to interact with.

I now know that hashtags are pretty much the brainchild behind every successful Instagram influencer, which means that if I want to become successful in any way on Instagram, I’ve got to level up my hashtag game. I set about looking for the best company to help me with my hashtags, and I think I found them.

Below is a review of Task Ant, and my experience with them.

My Task Ant Review

I will elaborate a little bit on my story when it comes to hashtags. I was online one day and reading an article that I had found about hashtags, and why I should use them for my Instagram profile. It was one of those ones where they were debating whether to just use a few hashtags, or go for the maximum, which is 30.

The answer was a lot more complex than I predicted; it’s less about the number of hashtags you use, and more about how you use them. This meant that I now had my work cut out for me, as I was definitely a rookie.

Again, I cannot reiterate enough how important hashtags are when it comes to your Instagram profile. Literally from just what I’ve read online about them, it’s pretty obvious that I need to put a lot more work into my hashtag strategy that I am currently.

This is why when I found Task Ant I was so excited, because I knew that I had found a company that was going to steer me in the right direction. Let’s break Task Ant down into their different features.

1. Finding the Right Hashtags

One thing I’ve learned through Task Ant is that hashtags should never be placed randomly. This is why they have a comprehensive hashtag library that can help me find the perfect hashtags for my niche and industry. They give me exclusive access to top-performing hashtags that fits into whatever content I’ve got to upload, which makes a lot more sense than what I was trying to achieve before.

One of the things that I love the most about Task Ant is that they are really easy to use. Finding those hashtags that I need so bad is quick and easy, which is definitely helpful for me as I don’t have a lot of time during the day to devote to this.

2. Hashtag Sets

Just when I thought that Task Ant couldn’t get any better, they decided to take it up a notch. Not only was I finding it super easy and simple to discover the best hashtags for my content on Instagram, but they started to organize them into different hashtag sets, so that I wasn’t using the same hashtags on every piece of content that I uploaded. This is a no-no in the Instagram industry, so I was relieved when Task Ant took over for me, and showed me how it was supposed to be done.

3. Insights into Strategy

One of the things that Task Ant helped me with was discovering how big brands out there manage to get their hashtag strategy on point every time. They let me in on a little secret: that big brands like this stay on top of their Instagram hashtag strategies by measuring performance and making sure that their hashtags are working for their content. If they aren’t, they chuck them out, and replace them with something else. This gave me the confidence to do the same with my Instagram, and I have since tweaked and adjusted a few hashtags to make them fit.

4. Free Trial and Basic Plan

If you are like me and don’t have a lot of money to spend on companies as good as Task Ant right now, then don’t worry; this isn’t going to get in the way of you being able to do well with your hashtag strategy. I absolutely love that I could try their hashtag generation tool out for free, and when I did sign up for the basic package, they still didn’t charge me. You can pay for Task Ant, but there’s no reason why you can’t use their free features to begin with.

Review Summary

So, I think it’s pretty obvious at this point that I’m in love with Task Ant and will be using them to help me with my hashtag generation for Instagram for a long time to come. I love that they’re personable, use a performance tracker to help me improve over time, and organize my hashtags into different sets.

Needless to say, I highly recommend them!

About the Author

Habib Khan is the business associates in D.Venture that helps people to get factual info about money, investment, the stock market and so forth. Instead, He specializes in ghost blogging over certain issues. You can connect with Habib on Twitter. https://twitter.com/hkhan

 

 

 

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