This post will show you how to use boards to inspire your audience. Tailwind shares some techniques for creating great boards that speak to your brand’s strengths, and provide a few tips and tricks along the way for keeping your boards organized and optimized.
Companies with physical, tangible products are prime candidates for an image-driven social media site like Pinterest. But brands with more abstract products and services can find a place on the site, too – it just takes a bit more creativity.
Regardless of whether you’re a Pinterest pro or an excited newbie, this blog post has got something to help you do your job better. It’s always good to see what your inbound marketing peers are up to so you can improve your own marketing — so here are 13 of Hubspots favorite pinboard ideas to inspire your own Pinterest marketing.
Need help with your Pinterest board names? Want to improve them and drive more Pinterest traffic to your website?
The right board names will help you get targeted traffic through Pinterest’s search capabilities — which will send more people to your boards and get you more followers, clicks and pins.
Adding the right types of boards to your Pinterest profile will help increase your visibility and followers.
In this article you’ll discover how to create Pinterest boards people want to follow
How do you use Pinterest to promote your products in a way that drives new traffic and sales? In this article Wishpond complied a list of 5 businesses that are using Pinterest boards to creatively showcase their products.
Take a quick glance at your boards. Do they still reflect your mission or niche? Does your profile picture, description and overall boards still communicate your message? If not, make a few changes.
The more current and relevant the boards are, and easy to navigate, the more useful it is as a tool. It makes sense to tend it as you would your inbox or other paper files. Here are a few suggestions.
Pinterest’s Group Boards – where users of similar interests pin images based on a common topic – can have huge followings, giving brands tremendous exposure while also helping to drive traffic. These Group Boards – also known as Contributor Boards – are similar to regular pin boards, but they allow multiple users to contribute pins.
Here’s how brands can drive traffic using Pinterest Group Boards.