Pinterest offers a robust path to help you build your blog. You can use Pinterest to find content for your blog, grow your audience and increase your website traffic.
In this article, Social Media Examiner will show you 7 easy ways to use Pinterest to grow your business blog and engage further with your online audience
When you write a blog post, you need to drive traffic to it for a good return on investment (ROI). Pinterest is increasingly becoming a site where people go to read the articles of their choice. But, how do you do it?
Here are 9 actionable methods to drive traffic from Pinterest to your blog
As a blogger, you must create content and then repurpose and position it in a creative and engaging way. Pinterest can help you do this effortlessly.
To help you get started, Rebekah Radice put together her top ways to use Pinterest to boost blog traffic exponentially.
Francisco Rosales shares some solid tips that you can use starting today to get your blog started with some solid, long-term referral traffic from Pinterest.
If you’re not already using Pinterest as a marketing tool for your website, you should be! This post covers the basics for bloggers new to Pinterest.
In this post, Sleeknote lets you in on all the best tips, tricks, and hacks for using Pinterest as your new hunting grounds for email leads. You’ll be surprised how much you can grow your email list and increase revenue with Pinterest.
Do you want to increase your blog’s social media traffic? Would you like to learn how to drive traffic to your long form content with Pinterest?
You can drive more Pinterest traffic to your long form content by doing two main things. One of them is to prepare the site by optimizing it with images and Pin It buttons. The other is to create a strategy where you employ techniques to drive more traffic and convert it.
Pins can take weeks or months to go viral. This makes interpreting changes in traffic from Pinterest more difficult than it is for real-time social networks such as Twitter or Facebook. Often, a growth or decline in traffic from Pinterest is NOT due to something you did recently, but the impact of actions taken months prior.
This blog post provides an in-depth analysis of what drove one successful blogger’s traffic from Pinterest to change over time.
To get your content noticed, you’ll have to be clear on why you want to market on Pinterest, get up to date on this platform’s usage, and learn some strategies to adapt your content for best visibility on Pinterest.
In this post, Ana Gotter walks you through it.
Do you ever come across an old image on Pinterest and cringe? Have you seen a post recently that could really use an update? Angela Davis shares her process of updating old content for Pinterest.
Do you want to optimize your blog for Pinterest but don’t know where to start?
There’s an easy way to get more Pinterest traffic – even if you don’t actively pin to Pinterest yet.
In this post Socially Sorted takes a look at 3 ways that you can set up your blog to encourage Pinners to pin to Pinterest, even while you are sleeping.
Creating Pinterest Graphics
You can save time and test whether your content will be shared on Pinterest by creating specific graphics for your blog posts. This simple method allows you to know if your blog and images resonate with users.
A post I wrote for Problogger just as Pinterest was starting to rise in popularity.
Almost immediately, I saw a jump in my traffic. My new images (like the one you see on the right above) were taking off. In three months, my once-stagnant traffic had grown by 100,000 pageviews. And part of that is certainly due to the new images I’d created as part of my Pinterest strategy.