It’s the perfect time to prep your October hashtags. It’s likely going to be an unusual Halloween this year with many people staying home. To help you connect with your audience on Twitter, we've rounded up these 15 Halloween hashtags to get people excited about the holiday — virtually or in-person.
Gear up before, during, and after Halloween
Play into the three stages of events when planning content: the emotional build-up, experiencing the moment, and the cataloging/reflection. Use this strategy when planning your Halloween hashtags and content. Getting excited about decorating or creating #DIY costumes can be just as important as capturing the #SugarComa the next day.
Embrace visuals with decorations and costumes
Add to the fun by embracing festive visuals. Showcase decorations, costumes, and moody imagery that evokes the season. GIFs, videos, and photos can add flair to your timeline and connect with audiences. Invite your home costume-makers to showcase their #DIYhalloweencostume or #halloweendecor.
Is your team working from home? Show off what they’re doing or put a spotlight on your fans and followers. Start early to capture people looking for inspiration, and encourage people to share their favorite #spooky #horrorart during and after Halloween.
Halloween always has a hands-on aspect, from decorating to choosing the perfect pumpkin. So embrace your inner maker. If it’s appropriate to your industry, options like #hotglue, #glitter, and #makeup can help you connect with audiences interested in #handmadeHalloween trends.
Embrace the classics
There’s no doubt that classic hashtags like #HappyHalloween and #trickortreat will be dependable. Some strategies to consider include: