Knowing what tag’s to use to find other readers, or to find readers for your books is important. Here’s a short list of popular tags to help you out.
- #(genre) – #horror or #suspense or #romance generally will come up with books in that genre. Granted #horror will also bring up some stuff vastly unrelated and genre tags are far from book specific.
- #Books – Books.
- #Bookshelves or #Bookshelf — People generally posting pictures or talking about books. #BookPhotography goes kind of hand in hand having pictures of books.
- #KindleBargains or #KindleBargain – Deals on kindle books.
- #BookChat – Is a hashtag for talking about books. You could also use #LitFict for talking about fiction books.
- #GoodReads — Are you on Good Reads? Connect with other GoodReads Members with this tag.
- #GreatReads – People sharing great reads on Twitter.
- #Kindle – People talking about kindle. This gets a lot of attention and your tweets might become lost in it. Many authors and publishers use it.
- #AmReading — Use this tag for what you are reading and to see what others are reading in searches. I like to use this twitter tag to find people reading books I’ve read to talk about.
- #BookLovers – Have a book you love? Want to discuss it? use the #booklovers tag to show your love for books. Personally I don’t use this often.
- #Bibliophile — This is a tag for books, just everything books.
- #FreeBooks – Obviously, free books. I use then when I am giving a book away for free.
- #BookAddict — This is a tag for book lovers who are addicted to reading.
- #EBooks – Ebooks is a fairly loaded tag. It’s for marking something as being related to or being an Ebook.