Utilize keywords in the title of each board. For
example Travel with Kids, Travel Tips, Family
Travel, Tex-Mex Recipes, Breakfast Recipes, DIY,
It’s better to pin vertical photos then horizontal.
Do not over pin. Instead pin for five minutes
here and there throughout the day.
Add a clear to the point description to every
pin. Include hashtags.
The best times to pin are 2-4 PM EST and 8-1
AM EST and on Saturday mornings.
If you want to repin your pin to multiple
boards do it over the course of a week. You do
not want to spam someone else’s feed. They
will unfollow you.
Read pinwoot’s tutorial (It explains the process
Create a collaborative board or join one
relevant to your blog. Try to join one that’s
relevant to you and has a massive following.
Tweet your pins occasionally, once a day is
fine. Share on Facebook based on your friends.
Comment on others pins. Others will see your
comment and hopefully will follow you.
Add a Pin It button to all of your posts. The
best place for it is with your other social media
Verify your website on Pinterest. This option is
found under settings.
If you have an article people would love make
sure it has a pinable graphic! Go back and add
photos if you need to.
If you have a post that needs a pin friendly
graphic you can make one at one of these sites.
These also allow you to add text.
To see what has been pinned from
your website go to
Do not include the http or www.
When you find what has been pinned
from your site be sure to
1) Like or comment on the pin to
increase the ranking of the pin
and expand it’s reach
2) Repin the most interesting and
3) Follow those who pinned your
pages. This may encourage them
to return to your site.
Add a Pinterest widget to
the sidebar of your blog.
This widget will show your
most 30 most recent pins
and direct your readers
straight to your Pinterest
account. It’s easy to set up
from this Pinterest link.