It offers different tools for find relevant hashtags, analyze the results of the hashtags used or identify popular third-party posts that include specific hashtags.
Available in web version, Flick is also accessible via a iOS and Android application.
If you want to grow your Instagram account with relevant hashtags, I invite you to find out how Flick can help you achieve this.
Flick: find relevant Instagram hashtags
The hashtag search is done from the search engine where you enter a first hashtag (screenshot above).
The 40 results obtained are classified into 3 categories: “Low competition”, “medium competition”, “high competition”.
You can then choose any result with the magnifying glass to start a new search and get 40 hashtags again.
Flick propose 3 filters to better target results if necessary.
- Likes medium : average number of likes on publications with the hashtag
- Total messages : total number of publications made with the hashtag
- DAPC (average daily number of publications) : average number of publications made daily with the hashtag
For example, if you filter by the total number of posts and set a minimum of 50,000 and a maximum of 200,000, that means that the suggested hashtags contain between 50,000 and 200,000 posts in total.
Not sure what values to indicate? So, select ” suggested filters To obtain personalized filters for your account.
When you use Flick for the 1st time, the default view is “grouped view”.
By switching to the “graph view” display, you access new data beyond the competition:
- Potential scope : number of people you are likely to reach if you rank on a specific hashtag
- DAPC : see above
- Average number of likes : see above
- Average number of comments
- Number of publications
By clicking on the column of each data, the results are classified according to the chosen metric.
Note that this view allows theidentifying hashtags with low competition and high potential reach. Ultimately, that’s what you want.
Last step: select the hashtags on the different open tabs, click on “selected hashtags” and audit your hashtags.
Browse tells you:
- The hashtags may not be suitable (ex: too competitive)
- The banned hashtags
- The hashtags that may be suitable
Then, sort the hashtags according to the observations obtained and copy them to the clipboard for use in your Instagram post.
Or, add them in a collection, or a list of specific hashtags.
Several ways are possible to create the collections, for example either by main theme and sub-themes, either by volumetry (0 – 50k, 50k – 100k, etc.).
The collections are accessible via a dedicated tab from the left menu.
Flick: analyze your Instagram hashtags
The Analytics module indicates which hashtags you have been successful in ranking for.
So you can identify the hashtags that work for you and those that don’t work at some point.
This feature allows you to understand the performance of your hashtags in real time so that you can tailor your selection.
When you position on a hashtag, it means you’re appearing in the Popular Posts section of Explore.
If a user searches for this hashtag, your post will appear in this list as well.
Browse communicates your average position (example: top 9, 10 – 25th, 26 – 50th etc.).
In addition, for each publication, you get the following data:
- Number of hashtags you managed to rank on
- Engagement rate (on reached users)
Browse allows quickly generate Instagram hashtags and so on win time.
Well used, filters authorize a first selection of hashtags for which one positioning is possible.
Functionality Audit brings a final touch to achieve a relevant selection.
One of a kind, the Analytics module alone justifies a subscription to Flick. To date, I have not seen this option in other competing solutions.
Flick offers a 7-day free trial period. Note that you will need to fill in your credit card information for your registration.Note: this article contains an affiliate link.