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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 naturalist

  • The African spurred tortoise is one of the largest tortoises in the world and was a joy to see slowly scurrying around. Unfortunately, this species is currently listed as vulnerable due to a variety of factors including urbanisation and the illegal pet trade. Recovery efforts are underway and, for example, this particular tortoise is actually about to be released in a nearby reserve to help restore the local population.

    #1, @myavanwoudenberg, 2018.02.05, ♥ 747

  • ηothing is more ridiculous than a shunning away. Could a greater take place than for us to look through each other s eyes for an instant. Had such a blast shooting this alien dead end

    #2, @duceetauspice, 2018.01.15, ♥ 743

  • Commemorate don t forget  In the End, we will not remember the Words of our enemies, but the Silence of our friends .= brought to remembrance but not alone com-altogether memorare we are.

    #3, @duceetauspice, 2018.01.16, ♥ 737

  • Lady Bird

    #4, @almadeathmetal, 2018.01.28, ♥ 216

  • Having a good hair but needs a filter type of day!

    #5, @k.arianne_, 2017.12.05, ♥ 191

  • In my element.other than music Photo Credit: Tessa Freeman

    #6, @rachelammonsmusic, 2018.05.29, ♥ 175


    #7, @imagines.manent, 2018.06.03, ♥ 169

  • Social Media often gets a bad wrap. and I understand why. We find ourselves spending more time interacting with people on the web than building stronger in-person relationships. We become addicted to the screen. We scroll through the highlight reel of the lives of people we don t know. We start feeling like we are inadequate simply because we are different. We look to the web for validation.⠀*⠀ But at the same time, I am extremely grateful for social media in a lot of ways. I continue to meet some of the most wonderful people, build relationships that I know will last a long time, I am able to share my writing with others who appreciate it, and I have an opportunity to build a community of women to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle with.⠀*⠀ That being said, I have made an effort to spend more time living my own life instead of living vicariously through others on social media. This means limiting my time scrolling through my feeds. ⠀*⠀ At the same time, I am building a business and I believe it is important to interact with my followers and friends. So I have started scheduling my posts in advance to ensure I have the time to put thought, vulnerability, and feeling into them. And this frees up time to spend 30-60 during the evenings to be intentional about interacting with my followers.⠀*⠀ I spend a lot less time on social media now, but I have also noticed that I have made so many more deep and personal friendships. simply by controlling my social media schedule instead of letting my social media control my schedule.⠀*⠀*.⠀.⠀.⠀ ⠀

    #8, @marandamontana, 2018.02.08, ♥ 145

  • We have all heard the benefits of the raw Shea butter! What makes Shea butter so good, one might ask Well, it contains vitamins A, E and F, all of which help fight off premature wrinkles and facial lines. Vitamins A and E are particularly beneficial in keeping your skin healthy. For example, they play an important role in helping sun damaged skin heal. Vitamin F both protects your skin and helps it heal. It also soothes rough, dry or chapped skin, and helps soften dry and damaged hair. It truly is magic in a nutshell!

    #9, @fairtaleghana, 2018.02.07, ♥ 144

  • Flower!

    #10, @2.0_fotografi, 2018.06.05, ♥ 138

  • Happy Friday Babes! Here s some Blonde love! I really do enjoy some natural Platinum with a little splash of gold! If you are loving all the natural looking hair from me. now more than ever please contact me to get set up for an appointment. I love transitioning babes to more natural low maintenance hairs! I have a beautiful assistant/ Protégé! She will be with me Fridays and Saturdays! Everyone please give her already amazing Gram a follow Andrea thank you for all your help! You are the real MVP!

    #11, @elizabeth.jane.hair, 2018.03.09, ♥ 114

  • Odonata is an order of carnivorous insects, encompassing the dragonflies(Anisoptera) and the demselflies(Zygoptera). The dragonflies, like in this photo, perch with their wings held out to the sides. Have you ever seen a dragonfly

    #12, @biki_10, 2018.08.29, ♥ 102

  • Life is better when you are laughing! Happy Friday!

    #13, @fairtaleghana, 2018.02.09, ♥ 100

  • After my hike yesterday, I went to visit John Muir s grave. His in-laws, wife, and daughter are also buried there. The property still has the original eucalyptus that the naturalist likened to an angel watching over the graves.

    #14, @bev_sf, 2018.02.06, ♥ 84

  • The Kakapo(Strigops habroptilus) is a very unusual parrot found only in New Zealand. Its Latin name translates to something like owl-face soft-feather. It does possess very soft feathers and a prominent facial disc of fine feathers, like an owl. It also sometimes goes by the name of owl parrot or night parrot. It s the world s only flightless parrot. Kakapos can t fly. They use their short wings for balance and support rather than flapping. Their feathers are much softer than those of other birds because they do not need to be strong and stiff enough to support flight. Know more fun facts about this bird at link given below https:/www.wired.com/2014/03/creature-feature-10-fun-facts-kakapo/

    #15, @earthuniqueplanet, 2018.05.27, ♥ 78

  • Yess. am tat guy!

    #16, @ridgeandgorge, 2018.03.21, ♥ 53

  • Last week, a small male pilot whale was found struggling, unable to swim or breathe, in a Thai canal near the Malaysia border. Rescuers fought to save the animal by deploying buoys to keep it afloat as veterinarians tended to it and propped up red umbrellas to protect its exposed skin from the sun s rays. The whale vomited up five plastic bags during the rescue attempt. It died on Friday, five days after the attempt began. At some point their stomach fills up with trash and they can t eat real food, Asmutis-Silvia says. You re not getting any nutrients in and you ve basically completely clogged your digestive system. Pilot whales normally eat squid, but they re also known to go after octopus, cuttlefish, and small fish when food is scarce. Plastic pollution is a consistent problem in the world s oceans. In Thai waters, more than 300 marine animals are known to die after eating plastic. The list includes pilot whales, but also sea turtles and dolphins. In April, an emaciated sperm whale was found dead on a Spanish beach with more than 60 pounds of trashin its digestive system. On Friday, a harp seal pup washed ashore with a small plastic film in its gut, a rare case because seals generally don t mistake plastic for food.(Related: Sperm Whale Found Full of Car Parts and Plastic)

    #17, @earthuniqueplanet, 2018.06.05, ♥ 52

  • A little clue about the side project I m working on which is very dear to my heart.branching out into different mediums as well, excited to reveal soon and for your feedback!: Wasis Diop/ Everything

    #18, @wennaprive, 2018.01.29, ♥ 46

  • Chipe encapuchado(wilsonia citrina)

    #19, @eddyosphotography, 2018.07.03, ♥ 42

  • Glimpses natural.

    #20, @acir_edef, 2018.06.10, ♥ 40

  • Another throwback post from my biggest bass caught in Ohio. Looks like something tried to get him before me. I have fishing on the brain hardcore right meow.

    #21, @infinitelakes, 2018.02.26, ♥ 36

  • Steps to make Peppermint iced tea. Its really simple and fast:. 1. I boil a small pot of water. 2. after boiling I put in 4 tea bags and 1 cup of sugar(I add the sugar to the hot water because it dissolves faster in hot water than the cold water). 3. I stir the hot water, sugar, and tea bags slowly so the tea bags don t burst. 4. I take my pitcher that I got from Amazon which holds a gallon of liquid, and I put in half of the bag of ice. 5. I take the pot of concentrated tea and sugar lol and I put it in the pitcher of ice. The ice melts quickly but not all of it and I fill the rest of the pitcher up with cold water. Just give the pitcher of tea quick stir and its ready to drink!. SB: Don t put the tea bags in a pitcher of cold water beacuase it would take a day or more for the tea to properly diffuse from the tea bag

    #22, @blackmommiesblog, 2018.07.07, ♥ 36

  • It s all about the angles.

    #23, @js_photographyx, 2018.02.15, ♥ 35

  • Veins. Nature.

    #24, @acir_edef, 2018.06.09, ♥ 31

  • Nothing new, but until winter is over, I m going to have hiking and fishing on the brain.

    #25, @infinitelakes, 2018.02.25, ♥ 28

  • When life gives you meloenen

    #26, @barbara_a_n_n, 2019.01.15, ♥ 26

  • So as you probably know I m super to all it s related to my and a few other things. Well I m pretty sure that it s going to and I m going to really need a lot of to make it through this whole period.

    #27, @revitaleyzmusic, 2018.02.13, ♥ 24

  • Good morning from the forest. Enjoying Some natural wildlife while sipping my morning herbal tea.

    #28, @stevebasshealth, 2018.08.03, ♥ 20

  • The lie is Pumpkin get your naturalist pot and tweezers, there is a magnificent grass hopper in the garden! The horrible truth is Get the f*k out of my eggplants that survived last week heat wave, you ugly thing! But it was safely released in the nearest park.

    #29, @yellowpoussin, 2018.02.26, ♥ 19

  • For posterity. We ve all been Charles Darwin. I think I m Charles Darwin at least once a week.

    #30, @msddrey, 2018.02.12, ♥ 18

  • I am focused on getting my mind fed,body right,cash flowing and spirit high.: Shoes:

    #31, @mhiz_richeebi, 2017.12.28, ♥

Number of posts with hashtags on Instagram

Hashtag Number of posts on Instagram
naturalistica 2659
naturalistaqueens 1823
naturalisticillustration 358
naturalisticproducts 160
naturalisticterrarium 86
Naturalistiche 77
naturalisticdrawing 59
NaturalistaPanthers 28
naturalistlifestyle 10
naturalistamdgxkaraanaturals 5
naturalistamdg 2
naturalistpanthers 1

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