Do you want to get your pins in front of more people?
In this article, I’ll show you 5 ways to get your pins noticed on Pinterest.
Pinterest has over 70 million users globally.
The site also drives more referral traffic than Twitter, LinkedIn and Reddit combined. That’s a lot of traffic.
And if you want to take advantage of it, your pins have to be seen not only by users who follow you, but also by new users.
Here are the tips:
#1: Optimize Your Name, Boards and Pins for Pinterest Search
Your Business Name
Many branded companies make the mistake of using only their branded name for their Pinterest user account name. This is not ideal, as they lose out on people searching for them with other terms.
Add a descriptive keyword that you want to be associated with to the end of your business name to increase the chances of your Pinterest business account being found through a search for Pinners.
Have you been struggling to figure out how Pinterest could help market your business?
Pinterest represents a massive opportunity for both consumer-focused and business-to-business companies.
In this article, I’ll show you three ways to build a successful Pinterest presence for your business.
Are you struggling to catch the attention of more readers?
Does this sound familiar? You write an amazing piece of content. You made sure to craft an attention-grabbing headline. You share the link on Twitter, Facebook, even Google+.
Then you wait in breathless anticipation for your share count to skyrocket. Except it doesn’t.
Never fear, in this article you’ll find fresh ideas to generate buzz and get your posts noticed.
Promote Your Article Across a “Wider” Variety of Platforms
Everyone is using Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn to promote their content. It’s tempting to focus only on these four networks because they have popularity and community numbers on their side.