Automate your Pinterest strategy for long term blog and website traffic results
Good morning campers!! Today we’re giving you back some time by automating Pinterest. It’s a beautiful day here in the UK (again – it might just be summer!!!!) and I’m in a very good mood because of this glorious weather!! So I’m going to share my favourite tools for automating Pinterest!
Pinterest is amazing, with just a few hours work I am now hitting over 15K unique views! Pins have a long life unlike normal social media as they just keep going round and round the Pinterest world!
Before I do I wanted to let you know there are affiliate links in today’s post. I used both companies to automate my Pinterest before I became an affiliate. I’m sure you know me well enough to know that;
1. I try to find resources that are free where ever possible so for me to pay for something it must be good!
2. I wouldn’t recommend crap to you! It’s my reputation on the line!!
I don’t profit if you sign up for the free trial, and I’m really saying just give the free trial a go, so be reassured I’m not just recommending that to earn! It’s only if you continue with services that I would earn anything. Definitely, give the free trials a go, it’s worth it just for the boost in your growth.
Tool number 1 for Pinterest growth
Pinpinterest follows people on Pinterest relevant to you, it can search your website/blog for pinable posts and auto pin them for you. It pins other relevant posts to your boards to boost them. It’s fully controllable and you can pick and choose the full details of what you want it to do. They will grow your Pinterest above 200 followers more than likely with just the free trial! And it’s targeted followers.
Once your Pinterest reaches higher numbers of followers you will find it much easier to get on the group boards as you have something to offer the group board by increasing the Pins exposure.
Tool number 2 for Pinterest growth
The next tool I recommend is Tailwind. There are many different schedulers such as Buffer and Hootsuite, but I particularly like Tailwind. I have found I get the best results from it. It’s very intuitive and I find the statistics really helpful to work out what pins are working. It pins to separate boards and spreads out the pins, so I spend a few hours creating pins on Canva, then upload them to Tailwind, get the captions on and links. Remember to get the keywords in your captions and ensure you get them on your group boards. By getting them across different boards you will find you can do about a months worth of scheduling in a few hours!
Again Tailwind offers a free trial (which again I do not profit from) so even if you just use the free trial to make your life easier for a few days and to give your Pinterest a boost, it’s better than nothing!
Automate your Pinterest strategy as much as possible!
Using both of these will make life much easier and give your Pinterest a much-needed boost. Pinterest is an amazing long-term solution to traffic as those pins are long-lived and just keep getting repinned! Remember to make attractive pins, consider using a free service such as Canva.
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