Tour de France Hashtags

Use Tour de France Hashtags to get more likes on Instagram

Tour de France Hashtags

The Tour de France is probably the world’s most well-known bicycle race, even more so than the Giro d’Italia and the Vuelta a España. It is a grueling race that encompasses 21 stages and takes more than 3 weeks. Cyclists from all corners of the world…from Great Britain to Colombia to Belarus…head to France to compete and show their stamina and prowess. If your business is marketing itself on Instagram before, during and after the event, you’ve got your work cut out for you. As of June 2018, there were 502,480 posts tagged #tourdefrance. This is just at the cusp where visibility becomes an issue. But there is no need to worry. Copy and save these Tour de France hashtags for Instagram so you can paste them into your posts (or save them as the first comment on Ohsnp). Then, read on to learn how to combine them with other hashtags to reach eyeballs that convert.

Tour de France Hashtags

#tourdefrance #tourdefrance2018 #letourdefrance #letour2018 #letourdefrance2018 #tdf2018 #cycling #maillotjaune #cyclisme #cyclismo #letour #tdf #tdf2018 #cyclist #roadcycling #roadrace  #cyclisme #cyclismo #letour #letourphotos #tourdefrancephotos

How to Use Tour De France Hashtags on Instagram

brand and Tour de France Hashtags increase likes
Include both Tour de France Hashtags and your brand hashtags to amplify your reach

Start w/ your brand’s hashtags

Instagram is a great place to brand yourself. CicloRavena, a bike shop understands the power of branded hashtags on Instagram. While as of June 2018, they have only created 180 posts, their customers have used their hashtag #cicloravena on almost 2,000. If you would like to do this. Keep things simple. Your hashtags should be short, easy to remember and as close to your brand’s name as possible. Then, include it in your bio with a call-to-action prompting your audience to share and in turn convert your audience and customers into a marketing army.

Tour de France Hashtags for brands associated with the event
Use brand related Tour de France Hashtags to piggy back on their audience

Piggy Back on Related Brand Hashtags

Imagine that you were marketing bikes and bike kits on Instagram like Best Bike Kit is. Wouldn’t it make sense to include hashtags for the brands that you’re posting about? In the example above, they include the branded hashtags for Factor: #factor #factorone and #factorbikes. The result is that people who are exploring Instagram with those hashtags now have a chance of being exposed to BBK’s posts AND engaging them. This is simply common sense marketing.

Tour de France Hashtags and location hashtags
Tour de France Hashtags won’t cut it if you are a local business

Include Location Hashtags

If you are a local brand, service, or business marketing during the Tour de France, then you must include location hashtags. If you don’t you are significantly reducing your chances of being discovered by locals (and more importantly) tourists who may not be aware of your business and services. Les Saissies, a village in France markets itself by using both location AND Tour de France hashtags to maximize discovery on Instagram.

Ohsnp is the ultimate Instagram Auto Post & Scheduling Tool

Now that you have your Tour de France hashtags and a great strategy, you need a great Instagram publishing tool.

With Ohsnp you and your team can create content to Instagram that will publish directly. There are no push notifications on your phone, just simple and automatic posting to your account.

Ohsnp is an online Instagram tool that allows you to auto post to Instagram, schedule and manage your Instagram accounts at the same time. With Ohsnp, you can publish and save time managing all your Instagram accounts.

With Ohsnp you can:

Schedule photos
Schedule stories
Schedule albums
Add locations
Include emojis
Save hashtag sets
And even populate hashtags

Your Ohsnp content will be neatly organized on a calendar so you can easily see what is coming out in the future.

You can even store your content in a library or pull in images from Cloud Drives like Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive.

It’s seriously easy to use, so sign up today and stop wasting time.

PS – these Tour de France hashtags work great on Twitter too!