A Few Attention Getting Christmas Hashtags

Posted by Arch on November 15, 2018

Faaast away the old year passes!

Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la.

Hail the new, ye lads and lasses!

Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la!

Made up of a 16th century Welsh melody and some merry lyrics in English written by a Scotsman, no less (‘Tis one Thomas Oliphant – a gentleman and a connoisseur of art in its many lofty forms!), this beloved Christmas carol was carefully concocted over the centuries so that it can be used to celebrate the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ!

Ah, the spirit of giving, the prospect of caring for one’s family as well as all the fellow humans on this green Earth of ours is what makes Christmas so special!

At TechJunkie, we also do quite care for our fellow human beings, and if they happen to use social media to further their cause or business, we might be able to help them out, as well.

Lest we forget what we’ve set out to do here, let’s present before ye eager festive eyes the topic of the day – Christmas hashtags.

Quite correct! – Christmas hashtags for Instagram, no less! In this article, we’ll offer you some ideas in the department of how to attract more people to your Instagram account by exploiting what can only be described as possibly the merriest Christian holiday of them all!

Without further ado, here’s what we’ve prepared for you.

The Festive Package

Christmas is that time of the year where wishes come true.

We open up neatly wrapped gifts, celebrate the birthday of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for the 2018th time (Unless you lived in Yugoslavia during the communist era or something, then deduct a couple of decades from the equation.), and most importantly – we try to attract people to our Instagram account by bombarding them with festive, if at times hard-to-read, hashtags!

In this merry, brightly-colored packet right here, we’ve got some charming and cheeky hashtags addressing various aspects of the holiday! Here they are in their full glory.

Addressing the Holiday Itself

These are just regular Christmassy phrases that you can use to start things off. Later on, as you hopefully get more creative, you can build on them further to make them more unique. Remember, even just pluralizing a phrase can make it seem quite innovative for a search engine, so don’t be afraid to experiment to your heart’s content!

#Christmas2018 #TisTheSeason #ChristmasCountDown #ChristmasTradition #DonWeNow

Addressing the Food

If you’ve prepared everything properly, your table should be full of treats and food niceties to celebrate the merry occasion. To put this to use for Instagram, you can pair up a photo of your dinner table with some of these handy hashtags:

#ChristmasDinner #HolidayEats #HolidayMenu #ChristmasTable #Homemade #ChristmasRecipe

Addressing the Shopping Frenz

One of the inescapable tasks to accomplish before you can start your Christmas celebration would surely be the shopping. Now, some like it more, some not so much, but for an Instagram savvy lad or lass, the opportunity to capitalize is as obvious as recognizing a poorly-wrapped book as a Christmas present.

(You just see the shape right away and you know already what time it is. It’s reading o’clock that’s what it is! If you’ve received a lot of these as a child, we can only sympathize. We know the pain. We feel your disappointment.) Anyway, here are some hashtag ideas:

#ChristmasShopping #HolidayShopping #WishList #Gifts #CyberMonday #HolidaySavings #ChristmasPresents

Addressing the Religious Side

All carried away by opening presents and taking photos of cups of coffee with the cinnamon stick in them, many people tend to forget about what Christmas is really all about – Baby Jesus. Here’s how to use the birth of our Lord and Savior to attract more views on Instagram!

#CelebrateChrist #ChristsBirth #HappyBirthdayJesus #Nativity #ChristChild #Advent #Christ

Addressing the Traveling (If you do go somewhere for the holidays, of course.)

Surely some of the most exciting Christmas-time Instagram posts are those depicting you visiting someplace other than your home. (Just popping out to take out the garbage doesn’t count, by the way.) The more interesting the destination, the better.


#NYC #ChristmasInNYC #ChristmasinLA #LosAngeles #ChristmasinCentralPark #ChristmasShopping

All things considered, a well-written Christmas hashtag doesn’t have to be a mile long or contain strange characters to be picked up by search engines and be deemed unique. More often than not, simply posting an exciting picture or a message and then ‘decorating’ it with a bunch o’ simple but carefully-thought-out hashtags can be more than enough to make your festive Instagram presence a warm and attractive one.

We hope you found this article helpful and wish you plenty of success in thinking up interesting hashtags for the holiday season!

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