Optimizing pins instead of posting willy-nilly isn’t hard, it just takes a little more mindfulness. To outline the most important parts of a successful Pinterest Pin, Hubspot put together the diagram and post below. Check it out so you won’t forget something crucial on your next pinning spree.
Pinterest analyzed dozens of potential features to determine what makes for a great pin. Four things stood out.
Download this FREE guide to learn what they were.
Buffer looked at over 1.5 million pins, all sent in 2016, to see what patterns they could find: when pins were sent, when people were pinning, and what words they were using. In this post, they shared their findings with you to help you start, or enhance, an amazing Pinterest marketing strategy.
It has been reported that up to 80% of the pins you see on Pinterest are repins. Given all of the beautiful images and useful information that can be found on Pinterest its easy to see why the percentage is so high. This means that only 20% are new Pins which is a fabulous opportunity to grow your blog or business.
Wonder how to use images on Pinterest? Or why you’d create Pinterest images to pin content from your blog?
Rebekah Radice lists seven easy tips to help you create Pinterest images that drive massive results. PLUS, grab the Infographic at the end!
Whether you want to get more views on an article or drive sales on big-ticket items, rich pins can help you reach your goals. Let’s take a closer look how.
The description part of a pin on Pinterest is one of the most important parts. Many people don’t spend much time writing Pinterest pin descriptions. In this post, Mitt Ray shares 6 tips on on writing effective pin descriptions on Pinterest that will help your images perform better.
Many marketers assumed that by inserting # in their description that their pins would automatically pop up in search results for Pinterest, similar to the way that Twitter’s search works. But this was not the case, and soon a war on how to effectively use them ensued.
As the years have gone by, more and more brands are starting to use hashtags the way. Here are seven tips for using hashtags on Pinterest.
Pinterest has changed how they use hashtags. Tailwind recommends that you start using a few relevant hashtags that people are likely to use when searching for your Pin.