If you are looking for how to promote your blog on Pinterest, you’ve come to the right place! Blogging is hard – when you first start out you write, and post, and write, and post and feel like no-one reads it. I get it! So many new bloggers start out full of enthusiasm and, after seeing little or no traffic, abandon their blog and give up blogging. Here’s the thing though. At first, no-one will read your posts. No-one knows your blog exists, so you need to promote it. One of the best places to promote your blog is on Pinterest. I’ve written before about how great Pinterest is for driving traffic to websites, and it can do the same for your blog. So how do you grow your blog on Pinterest?
Are you wondering how marketing for introverts on Pinterest can work? I thought so! Pinterest can play a huge role in an introvert’s marketing strategy – read on to find out why and how to use Pinterest as an introvert.
With all the recent changes to the Pinterest algorithm, it’s so hard to know what the Pinterest best practices should be. One thing that comes up time and again in blogging groups over on Facebook is the confusion about whether you should use hashtags on Pinterest. So, should you use hashtags on Pinterest?
Let’s start by looking at where to use hashtags on Pinterest. Typically, this would be in your pin description. When uploading your pin (either directly in Pinterest’s own scheduler using the Create Pin option or via Tailwind) you would usually type in your lovely keyword-filled description and then add in some hashtags relevant to your pin.
Pinterest is an amazing resource for businesses but a lot of small business owners are missing out because they don’t have an account! With 440+ million annual users, Pinterest drives 3.8 times more sales than other social media platforms (despite not strictly being a social media platform – it’s more a visual search engine). 93% of pinners use Pinterest to plan a future purchase and 87% of users have made a purchase because of Pinterest. 40% of users have a household annual income of $100k+. Can your business afford not to be on Pinterest? If you want to get your business seen on Pinterest, you’ll need a Pinterest business account. A business account will give you access to the analytics, allowing you to see what’s working and what’s not. Here’s how to set up a business account in Pinterest.
Did you know you could use Pinterest for keyword research? Part of the challenge of getting your content seen by your ideal client on Pinterest is knowing what keywords to use in your titles and pin descriptions, and this is where Pinterest can actually help! It’s really easy to use Pinterest for keyword research as well.
Hey! How are you? No really, how are you? I imagine if you reading this, you’re feeling pretty overwhelmed. Have you been thinking about outsourcing some of the more menial tasks of your business, but aren’t sure where to start? Here are the top three signs you need to outsource your Pinterest Management and hire a Pinterest Manager.