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Hashtags fishy Instagram

All hashtags are grouped on 30 from the most popular to the least popular.

Why all hashtags are grouped on 30?
  • 30 is the maximum number of hashtags that you can add at once in the description or in the comments to the post according to the rules of Instagram.
How to use 30 hashtags in one post?
  • 1st way: copy the group of 30 hashtags, insert them into the description of the post, save.
  • 2nd way: save the publication without hashtags, copy the group of 30 hashtags and insert them into the comment under your post.
When to publish hashtags? Is it possible to use always the same hashtags? - Important to know!
  • The hashtags must be added at the moment of publication in Instagram or immediately after it, because the hashtag's feed is chronological. An easier explanation: the sooner you add hashtags after the post's publication, the more persons see your post in the feed of hashtags selected.
  • Instagram doesn't like when you use the same hashtags from post to post. Even if the theme of your posts remains the same, you can always choose different hashtags, because there are various elements in the photo. For example, if all your photos represent nature, the hashtags shouldn’t be only "nature", but could be also " sunset", "flower", "sky", "spring" etc.
  • To get more likes, use more general hashtags. For example "cafe" instead of "Starbucks". The hashtags on more general topics are more popular in Instagram, they have more viewings of posts and more likes.

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Method of calculating popularity and how to use it.
  • On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
    The frequency of use is the number of posts on Instagram with a specific hashtag.
    It follows from this that the popularity of a set of hashtags is the total number of posts of all hashtags included in the set.
  • The more popular a hashtag set is, the more likes and followers you can get from it.
    At the same time, the more popular a set of hashtags, the faster you have to add it to the description of the post or comment to it, because the feed of hashtags is chronological and posts on more popular hashtags quickly replace each other at the top of the feed.
How to understand and use color codes (red, orange, yellow)?
  • Red - High popularity - More than 10,000,000.
  • Orange - Average popularity - More than 1,000,000 and less than 10,000,000.
  • Yellow - Low popularity - Less than 1,000,000.
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Top publications - popular hashtags fishy

  • So much fun being back in s studio shooting Season 10 Queen with help from! Can t wait to show y all these cookies!

    #1, @gimmetigerlily, 2018.02.27, ♥ 596

  • Look at this Huge King Prawn How would you cook this one.

    #2, @jays_bbq, 2018.04.13, ♥ 488

  • s, s, s across the board! Loved kiking with these two cuties in Chicago yesterday

    #3, @gimmetigerlily, 2018.03.08, ♥ 436

  • (Aquarium) June 2014

    #4, @olelundan, 2018.02.11, ♥ 265

  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELLEN Did I ever tell you that I m kinda good at pretending I m Ellen DeGeneres tag ELLEN& follow for more amazing looks I have created!

    #5, @weeweeto, 2018.01.27, ♥ 255

  • All around the world, pretty girls! Wipe the floor with all the boys Pour the drinks, bring the noise!.

    #6, @_sonnata_, 2018.06.01, ♥ 209

  • One touch of nature makes the whole world kin. William Shakespeare

    #7, @ali.alejandro_, 2018.04.07, ♥ 203

  • My first cenote

    #8, @serenacarvallo, 2018.03.02, ♥ 190

  • Singing in the rain today! ♫ Hour s of action!

    #9, @scottpaikin, 2018.02.12, ♥ 186

  • The day before Xmas and Landed 3 Time to wrap presents to go under the tree.

    #10, @scottpaikin, 2017.12.24, ♥ 186

  • Swim in your own direction.

    #11, @jjaeger_, 2018.02.03, ♥ 183

  • lost in da sauce.

    #12, @fullfrontalfoodity, 2018.01.07, ♥ 182

  • January BLUES and Stripers today! I m out of my mind 12 Stripers and a damn nice blue fish

    #13, @scottpaikin, 2018.01.12, ♥ 179

  • Today was AWSOME, trying to figure where the stripers would be it paid off! Landed 7 January 11th, 2018 Stripers Good start for 2018

    #14, @scottpaikin, 2018.01.12, ♥ 171

  • Just out here.trying to meditate.

    #15, @petscompound, 2018.07.01, ♥ 168

  • Got lucky today! Wind picked up just after I got this nice 27 bass

    #16, @scottpaikin, 2018.01.20, ♥ 164

  • Well fish are still biting here in New Jersey. Lots of action non-stop on small Rubber on jigs and swim shads and teasers today. Gotta love it tight lines all

    #17, @scottpaikin, 2017.12.12, ♥ 147

  • Poisson d Avril bubble bar riding the waves This comforting bubble fish has spicy black pepper, earthy oakmoss and warming cinnamon leaf oil with a beautiful shimmer. I got carried away and used the wholeee thing. Which btw was crazy shimmery.need another!

    #18, @bathedandconfused, 2018.03.20, ♥ 147

  • You like boat fishing or shore fishing Photo By Sportswear by Lights Out Let s Eat Research has shown that a sudden decrease in light level triggers walleyes to bite. That explains why the fish usually turn on just as the sun is disappearing below the horizon and the light intensity is rapidly decreasing. It also accounts for the hot bite that starts when the dark clouds preceding a thunderstorm roll in.

    #19, @deennswillow, 2019.02.21, ♥ 145

  • A little pre-christmas gift to myself I couldn t resist to paint in his amazing crab costume The illustration is based on a by.

    #20, @fionakdesign, 2017.12.20, ♥ 143

  • The Bloodfin Tetra is a great fish for beginner aquarists. It grows up to 2 inches and can live up to 8 years. They should be kept in schools of 6 plus, and require 20 gallons for a school of 6.

    #21, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.02.20, ♥ 141

  • I have never felt more deserving of my father s pride than I have today. Crayfish diving has been an annual summer tradition in my family since my dad got hooked by it in his early days. Each dive he has proudly brought between 4- 30 crayfish home(all legal of course). When I was young I always knew that one day I m going to dive for crayfish- just like my dadda. But for about two years after I started, I watched crayfish eating my bait with no heart or stomach to catch them. But I continued, determined to overcome my fear of a crayfish turning around and eating my face, as well as my(supposedly) irrational fear of the Kraken finding me. And today, with the swell throwing me about, the direct sunlight blinding me and my thin wetsuit making me hyperventilate near the end, I had had enough of not being a crayfish catcher. And it was this- being absolutely DONE with my perseverance not paying off- that caught me my first crayfish. There was no way this lekker dik boy was going anywhere other than in my bag. You should have seen how my dad was beaming This is the energy I am taking into 2018. No way are my goals gonna be anywhere other than in the bag. No more being non-committal drift wood- I am a crayfish diver. So meet Fishy the crayfish- my made up evidence that 2018 is the year of my resilience.

    #22, @shieffels, 2017.12.30, ♥ 137

  • SO STOKED! Officially a certified Open Water scuba diver and Evan got his Advanced! All I wanna do is live under water! Saw 4 huge manta ray, like 15 eagle ray together, ton of eels, parrot fish, stonefish, 10 sharks, colorful coral homes, octopus and so much more! Puffer fish are FOR SURE my favorite though It s such a crazy feeling floating around with a 360 view of underwater perfection. Literally a whole new world We ve been so spoiled with Maldivian diving I m nervous no other dives will come close to competing! Crystal clear water and ALL the aquatic life Thank you so much Jerry- YOU RE THE MAN! And thank you so much babe for spoiling me. I love your guts! I m an underwater astronaut!

    #23, @_ken__s, 2018.03.10, ♥ 129

  • The Pearl Gourami originates from Asia and is a relatively peaceful fish. It grows up to 5 inches and lives for up to 4 years. They require 29 gallons or larger and are usually peaceful but may scrap with other Gourami s.

    #24, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.03.03, ♥ 128

  • Do you prefer lures or bait Photo By Sportswear by Not So Special Trout are the only kind of fish with an adipose fin, right Wrong. Several other fish species, including catfish, bullheads, madtoms, smelt, ciscoes and whitefish, also have an adipose fin(the small fin on the back just in front of the tail).

    #25, @deennswillow, 2019.02.28, ♥ 126

  • Baby Savior and putting guns together in tonight s Walking Dead episode! Tune in next week to see if we get out of this situation alive! And stop calling us fishies please

    #26, @_jonathanthomas, 2017.10.30, ♥ 125

  • The Paradise Gourami or Paradise Fish originates from China in Asia. It grows up to 4 inches and can live for over 5 years. It requires at least 30 gallons and can be quite aggressive; it may eat smaller fish and will chase fish with long fins, it also may become aggressive with other males. It is best kept with less aggressive Cichlids or large Tetras.

    #27, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.02.21, ♥ 125

  • The Spanner Barb originates from Asia, more specifically Thailand and Indonesia. It grows up to 7.1 inches and should be kept in at least a 4ft aquarium. Spanner Barbs are also known as T-Barbs- Remember to check out the link in my bio Like this content Follow me!-

    #28, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.08.11, ♥ 122

  • What an adventure fishing with freinds for Tog(white chins) snowing 15 out

    #29, @scottpaikin, 2017.12.31, ♥ 120

  • The Clown Loach is a popular loach that is not recommended for beginners due to its susceptibility to ich. The Clown Loach is mainly a peaceful fish that grows up to 12 inches and is best kept in a school of 4. They live for up to 10 years and require a tank that is 95 gallons or larger.

    #30, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.03.18, ♥ 120

  • The Royal Pleco is a large Catfish from South America. It grows up to 17 inches and lives for over 10 years. It requires 120 gallons and can be somewhat territorial.

    #31, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.02.23, ♥ 120

  • There are many different types of Koi with all of them originating from Japan. They can grow very big(up to 36 inches) and live for over 20 years. They require a 1000 gallon pond and will eat smaller fish and can become aggressive during breeding.

    #32, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.02.22, ♥ 118

  • What ya lookin at

    #33, @sofiyausach, 2018.05.02, ♥ 111

  • Poisson d Avril bubble bar This comforting bubble fish has spicy black pepper, earthy oakmoss and warming cinnamon leaf oil with a beautiful shimmer. I got carried away and used the wholeee thing. Which btw was crazy shimmery.need another!

    #34, @bathedandconfused, 2018.03.20, ♥ 110

  • Was mever any hood with chemistry at school but I m such a geeky fish keeper that I m all in when it comes to making sure my fishies habitat is all good. Looks a bit alkaline eek!

    #35, @jochrobak, 2018.03.29, ♥ 110

  • 1460 days& counting with this lil sushi roll At our fave sushi spot eating more than we can handle X

    #36, @lmriddellx, 2018.01.27, ♥ 104

  • The Clown Barb originates from South East Asia and can be found on the wild there. It can grow over 3.5 inches and lives for approximately 5 years. They are best kept in groups of 4 and are usually only aggressive to long-finned fish require at least a 25 gallon tank.- Remember to check out my new website for exclusive content, link in bio-

    #37, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.04.29, ♥ 104

  • The Bucktooth Tetra is an aggressive Tetra that originates from the Amazon River basins. It can grow up to 2.5 inches and lives for 8 to 10 years. It requires a 30 gallon tank and is best kept in a school of 5. It is recommended you keep them in a species only tank as they eat the scales of other fish.- Remember to check out my new website for exclusive content, link in bio-

    #38, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.04.06, ♥ 104

  • I respect you and I love you photo by

    #39, @highdrag, 2017.11.08, ♥ 93

  • The Diamond Tetra originates from Lake Valencia in South America. It can grow over 2 inches and can live for approximately 3 to 5 years. It s recommended that they are kept in schools of 5 in a 20 to 30 gallon tank.- Remember to check out my new website for exclusive content, link in bio-

    #40, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.04.26, ♥ 91

  • Because mermaids come in all sizes and shapes.(Kali Uchis- Porque te vas)

    #41, @sofiyausach, 2018.05.18, ♥ 89

  • The Neon Tetra(Paracheirodon innesi) is a small freshwater fish native to South America. Its peaceful temperament and simple dietary needs make it an ideal beginner fish.

    #42, @mammuth_photovideo, 2019.02.10, ♥ 88

  • Well it wouldn t be Black Friday without a picture of my black beauty getting posted!

    #43, @mitchstreet_eurocarper, 2017.11.24, ♥ 78

  • Over the weekend, for those of you that have seen my stories, I was back home in Texas to visit. The first time I went to the Dallas World Aquarium was the end of my 8th grade year, 8 years later, I come again. It was so great to reminisce on past memories but it was also amazing to make new memories. I was completely mesmerized by the sea anemone and the fishes. Isn t it Dallas, Texas

    #44, @wholeandhappysoul, 2018.05.31, ♥ 74

  • The Betta, or Siamese Fighting Fish, is an incredibly popular fish among aquarists and is great for beginners. It can grow up to 3 inches and can live for over 3 years. They are best kept in larger tanks with only one betta as they can become aggressive towards each other, although they can be kept in tanks as small as 3 gallons.- This image was provided by. Please follow them and help them get to 100 followers. DM me to have your picture featured.-

    #45, @freshwaterfacts, 2018.04.18, ♥ 72

  • 2 posts in one day whaaaa Ummm yeah I saw someone do an astronaut drawing today and it inspired me to do this. Also I wanted to throw a curve ball at someone I may be doing a collab with. Lel.(If I can find there s I ll tag them).

    #46, @ruebenrevenge, 2018.02.14, ♥ 68

  • 5 minute cosplay! We transformed Lara into Darla!

    #47, @wickedwigs, 2018.04.25, ♥ 67

  • another day, another slay

    #48, @d3lilahwelch, 2018.05.15, ♥ 66

  • The eye of a lizardfish

    #49, @uniki64, 2018.02.12, ♥ 62

  • The eye of a peacock flounder

    #50, @uniki64, 2018.02.11, ♥ 58

  • In Russia, death and sex are the same. Cold, wet, dark and painful

    #51, @i_actually_want_to_live, 2018.03.07, ♥ 50

  • Rattan.

    #52, @p.e.tr.a_at_home, 2019.02.07, ♥ 50

  • I also love to photograph small stuff.macro, muck all shrimpies

    #53, @uniki64, 2018.02.14, ♥ 48

  • Porcupinefish with remora.

    #54, @uniki64, 2018.02.11, ♥ 48

  • hello these are not my fishes but i used to have goldfishes but they died goodnight

    #55, @flabbergasmic, 2018.04.09, ♥ 46

  • A fishy affair- Nr. 2. Photos from and.artworks

    #56, @laix_art, 2018.04.19, ♥ 44

  • Such a present this morning. A close encounter with this gorgeous eagleray

    #57, @uniki64, 2018.02.13, ♥ 41

  • A fishy affair- Nr. 3. Photos from and.artworks

    #58, @laix_art, 2018.04.20, ♥ 41

  • Fly me to the moon and let me play among the stars

    #59, @gibigben, 2017.04.17, ♥ 40

  • Our last dive, but a good one, at Bonaire for this trip. Masha danki, Ajoooo!

    #60, @uniki64, 2018.02.14, ♥ 39

  • Brown trout.

    #61, @beenjamminferdays, 2017.12.30, ♥ 37

  • Friday

    #62, @paula1481, 2018.02.02, ♥ 35

  • Me chasing fish, fish chasing me.: Sir Bong of

    #63, @ynangbayan, 2018.02.07, ♥ 34

  • A fishy affair- Nr. 1. Photos from and.artworks

    #64, @laix_art, 2018.04.18, ♥ 34

  • Welcome Home!

    #65, @avabisou, 2018.04.02, ♥ 31

  • Another great night with good company. Thanks for the birthday present bol! It was yummy in my tummy!

    #66, @vandersteen.sarah, 2018.11.03, ♥ 31

  • Fridays fish

    #67, @thegang13_, 2018.03.09, ♥ 30

  • Perfect power lunchies on the bestest October summer day.

    #68, @lifetoldincaterdays, 2018.10.20, ♥ 29

  • Sans just got himself into a fishy situation, didn t he

    #69, @auraslush, 2017.04.08, ♥ 27

  • Yummy Shrimps in oily garlic sauce and parcley

    #70, @beejaz_b01, 2018.02.27, ♥ 24

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    #71, @hugueshf, 2018.08.05, ♥ 22

  • Dori Where is Nemo

    #72, @anna.fabula, 2018.03.24, ♥ 21

  • Dinner date

    #73, @debbydaanen, 2018.04.26, ♥ 10

  • Fishy friends:3

    #74, @tippity_top_kat, 2017.05.05, ♥

  • in. Does anyone know the proper name of this

    #75, @jamie_gothard, 2017.05.16, ♥

  • Growing up I always said I d never wear any hat that wasn t a baseball flat brim, I realized this plan was especially flawed when I found this curl brim America hat.

    #76, @dylanoliver_, 2017.12.18, ♥

  • .theres something off about cousin.

    #77, @pietrofrancescojunior, 2018.01.07, ♥

  • Oh hey, just waiting for dinner here. Please send salmon c.o.d.

    #78, @sanchez_the_siberian, 2016.07.29, ♥

  • Lunch date with oldie but goldie friend Salmon is the one and only reason i cant go fully vegan, ever.

    #79, @weebon, 2017.11.23, ♥

  • I love playing with my fishy!

    #80, @little.miss.lucie, 2018.01.08, ♥

  • feels.

    #81, @ladymeetsworld, 2017.08.03, ♥

  • Seared and roasted green beans with garlic and sesame seed oil

    #82, @hemillionaire, 2017.03.28, ♥

  • Merry Christmas Everyone!

    #83, @merlinoverhaul19, 2017.12.25, ♥

  • Hello guys! Sorry I ve been gone. I hope you can forgive me.

    #84, @merlinoverhaul19, 2017.11.30, ♥

Number of posts with hashtags on Instagram

Hashtag Number of posts on Instagram
fishyface 66132
fishys 23324
fishyfish 13557
fishyfishyfishy 7398
fishylove 5247
fishyourdream 2666
fishypromos 2242
fishydrag 1922
fishyeye 1161
fishydinner 825
fishycat 500
fishyfishyfishyfish 346
fishythoughts 213
fishy5k 205
Fishyarmy 18
fishybois 14
fishydot 13
fishyslippers 12

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