Are your Pinterest views going down? Here are 5 reasons why your Pinterest views are down and what to do when your Pinterest views drop!
If your Pinterest views are down the first thing to do is not panic. It’s OK. It happens to most accounts at some point, and there are many reasons why this could be happening. Here are five reasons your Pinterest account might be suffering.
So you know by now that you need to be using Pinterest for marketing your blog or business, but you’re not sure where to start – am I right? Don’t worry, you’re in the right place! It’s easier than you think to get started with Pinterest marketing. I’ve put together some top tips to help you with your Pinterest marketing strategy, so let’s get going.
Now, I’m not saying there haven’t been issues recently with Pinterest (hello glitches, analytics changes, overenthusiastic spam filters and the massive shitshow of July 2021 which saw tons of accounts wrongly suspended). Despite it’s recent shortcomings, Pinterest remains one of the best ways to drive more traffic to your website without having to fork out your hard-earned cash for ads. If you want to grow your traffic organically, Pinterest is where it’s at.
I’m a big fan of blogging. I have a lifestyle blog, I blog about Pinterest here and I also write blog posts for other people in the wedding industry. Blogging is a great way to spread your message, as well as getting more people to your website and increasing brand awareness (plus it’s the SHIZ for SEO). For whatever reason though, you might not have a blog. Whilst I would definitely recommend you consider starting a blog, it is possible to use Pinterest to get more web traffic without a blog. So, let’s find out how to use Pinterest without a blog (although you definitely should have a blog).
Basically, Pinterest is a visual search engine (think Google, but with inspirational pictures) and you can use this Pinterest awesomeness to drive traffic to pretty much anywhere. I think I may have already mentioned a blog is great, but if you don’t have a blog or don’t want to start a blog, here are some other places you can drive traffic to using Pinterest.
“How do I make money with Pinterest” is a question I see a lot in blogging groups! Is it possible to make money with Pinterest? If so, how?
Let’s start by thinking about what Pinterest is. It’s not social media. It’s a visual search engine, used by people who are looking for answers to questions and for inspiration. It’s your job to make sure your content is giving those answers or inspiration. This is where creating content for Pinterest comes in. Pinterest is brilliant for giving your content a super long lifespan. When compared with an Instagram post that has a lifespan of 24-48 hours, Pinterest pins can live on for years and get saved and saved over and over again. Each time someone saves your pin, they’re effectively sharing your content and promoting you. FOR FREE.
Wondering how to optimise your blog for Pinterest? Optimising your blog for Pinterest will make it easier for readers to share your content onto Pinterest, which will then get you more traffic to your blog. It’s really simple to do, and is one way to use Pinterest to grow your blog and get more web traffic.
Here are 7 ways you can optimise your blog ready for some of that sweet Pinterest traffic. Here’s how: