February Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

February Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

February Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

 

In this post, I’m going to look at what trends are popular on Pinterest in the month of February and how you can leverage those trends to grow your blog traffic and income.

Every month, I go over the most popular trends on Pinterest and give you ideas about what to pin and how to plan your content for the next few months. As you know, Pinterest is search, trend and seasons based. If you plan your content correctly, you can tap into the trends and grow your audience accordingly.

Personally, I grew my blog traffic to 167,000 pageviews, or by 50% from October to December simply by tapping into Christmas content. (As for my income, that grew from $5,800 to $8,370, which was mind-boggling!)

Following Pinterest trends has really worked wonders for my blog, which is why I want to share them with you too. It does require you to do a little bit of extra work with planning out your content, but I promise you it’s completely worth it. And what’s better, usually the trends last for years, so in a year’s time, you’ll already have a lot of seasonal & trendy content to pin to your boards!

 

*Pin it*

 

 

When To Publish & Pin Seasonal Content

 

Pinterest recommends it’s users to start pinning seasonal content 45 days, or about 6 weeks before the actual event. So, for Valentine’s day, you should’ve actually published & pinned your posts already on the first week of January. The reason why you should start pinning content so early is that it can take Pinterest 4-6 weeks to figure out what your content is really about and what keywords they should start indexing it for.

This way, more people will find your content and you can maximise your traffic.

With that said, personally I sometimes publish & pin content 30 days before the date of an event, if I’m running behind on my schedule and being disorganized. At other times, I will publish content way before the 45 days, for example if there’s a big holiday coming. (Case in point: I started writing and publishing Christmas content already in August – perhaps a little too early!).

Usually, both methods work fine, but if you are new to Pinterest trends, it’s better to stick to the 45 day rule.

 

 

What To Pin in February: Trending Ideas

 

 

Valentine’s Day 

 

It’s a little too late to start creating Valentine’s content, but if you have any left-over Valentine’s pins that you haven’t published yet, pin them at the beginning of the month. This way, your pins will have some time to get indexed, and you may be able to cash in on some of the last-minute Valentine’s day traffic.

 

Spring Fashion & Holiday Outfits 

 

Pinners are starting to look for outfits to wear during the warmer months, and many people are even looking for swimsuits and beachwear. After all, it’s that time of year that people are starting to take small holidays just to see some sunlight in the middle of the winter!

If you’re a fashion blogger, you can start preparing blog posts that feature key trends and colors of the season, such as whites, pinks and neutrals. You can also start incorporating ideas that will carry on being relevant and popular until the summer months, such as blog posts featuring the best sandals or popular bikini pieces to wear to the beach.

Personally, I’ve created a few post exactly like this two years ago, and they keep getting traffic ever since – the traffic usually dies out during the winter, becomes poplar around February-March and reaches peak popularity in July.

Bonus tip: If you want to be extra savvy with monetizing your fashion posts, focus on including evergreen fashion items from places like Amazon or Everlane that won’t sell out. I’ve done this with the majority of my fashion posts, and it’s one of the key reasons how I’m able to make up to $2,000 pretty passively every month from my fashion posts. (If you want more tips, I share them here!)

 

Spring Break & Holiday Ideas

 

Like I mentioned, holiday apparel is starting to pick up popularity around this time of year, but so is EVERYTHING related to holidays. You can leverage this by pinning and posting about travel ideas, spring break destination ideas, how to save money while travelling / how to score budget travel deals, and more!

 

Healthy Recipes

 

Many people are still sticking to their New Year’s resolutions, so healthy meal ideas continue to be popular well into February and beyond. Popular sub-categories of healthy food include the keto diet, the weight watchers diet, slow cooker recipes, instant pot recipes and whole 30, among others.

If you want to leverage these trends, round-up posts that feature many popular recipe ideas are a great idea, and tend to be popular among both stay at home moms and working moms.

 

Spring Crafts & Home Decor Ideas 

 

In February, people will start getting into the spring cleaning mindset, and many will want to re-decorate their home with different spring colors, flowers and other spring ideas, such as wreaths (such as these tulip wreaths, how cute are they?!).

The same goes for crafts: many parents will want to do spring crafts with their children, and some are looking for more advanced crafts that they can do themselves.

Again you can create round-up posts that feature your favorite crafts & decor ideas, or you can create your own unique content that fits into the category.

 

Taxes

The U.S. tax season spans from January 27th until April 15th in 2020, and if you know a thing or two about taxes, now is your time to help some readers out. You can write about things such as your top tips for filing taxes, the best services to use when filing your taxes, tax tips for the self-employed, and more!

By the way, you don’t need to be a CPA to write about these topics, just write from your personal experience and share any tips that you may have for your audience.

 

 

Content Planning Ideas: What’s Going To Be Big Next?

 

For best results, Pinterest recommends it’s users to start pinning seasonal content 45 days, or about 6 weeks before the actual event. The reason why you should start pinning content so early is that it can take Pinterest 4-6 weeks to figure out what your content is really about and what keywords they should start indexing it for.

Use this guide to brainstorm blog post ideas that you can create in February, and think to yourself if there are other key event in your niche that are happening in April and May.

 

Easter

There’s no doubt that Easter is the biggest upcoming event during spring on Pinterest. There’s so many different content opportunities that you can tie to Easter, such as Easter crafts, Easter decorations, Easter recipes, Easter cards, Easter gifts, Easter cards and even Easter nail art!

There’s still a lot of time until Easter Sunday, which is on April 12th, so I recommend creating as much content for Easter as you can.

 

Festival Outfits & Beauty (Coachella)

 

Coachella and other festivals are HUGE. On Google alone, the term “Coachella outfits” has 90,500 monthly searches. That’s a LOT.

Coachella will be held on the 10th of April this year and from there on after, it’s festival season until the end of the summer. I’m sure you know how seriously people take their Coachella outfits, so if you’re a fashion / beauty blogger, consider starting to create festival content already in February.

You can approach the topic of festivals and festival outfits from different angles too. For example, you can create roundup posts featuring the overall best outfit ideas, boho Coachella outfits, baddie outfits, edgy outfits, re-creating celebrity outfits, and so on.

 

Mother’s Day

 

Mother’s day in the US is celebrated on May 10th this year. There are several content creation ideas that you can leverage here, such as Mother’s Day gift ideas, Mother’s day crafts, cards and food ideas.

 

 

Need more Pinterest tips? Try these!

 

Explosive Traffic With Pinterest – This is my free 4 day Pinterest course that teaches you how to skyrocket your Pinterest traffic with Pinterest SEO, Tailwind, Tailwind Tribes and viral images.

How To Master Pinterest SEO & Rank #1 – Confused about how to find the best keywords for each trend and how to rank them so that other people see them too? Check out this post!

How To Get Your First 1,000 Pinterest Followers – If you’re looking for ways to increase your Pinterest presence and following, this post is for you.

How I Got 5+ Milloin Views On Pinterest – Here, I’m sharing the strategies that helped me to increase my visibility on Pinterest.

Explosive Traffic With Tribes – In this ebook, I show you exactly how I increase my traffic from 50,000 to 90,000 in a few months with the help of Tailwind Tribes, and how you can do the same. Tailwind Tribes are a huge part of my Pinterest strategy, and I wouldn’t be where I am without them!

Pinterest Traffic Avalanche – Are you a complete beginner when it comes to Pinterest? If you’re looking for hands-on advice, that’ll help you get results FAST, this course from Create & Go is a fantastic resource!

 

How To Make Pinterest Images That Boost Blog Traffic In 2019

How To Make Pinterest Images That Boost Blog Traffic In 2019

How To Make Pinterest Images That Boost Blog Traffic In 2019

 

Pinterest is know to be a major traffic source for bloggers in any niche, including myself. Without Pinterest, it would be borderline impossible for some bloggers to pursue their passion full-time. For me, Pinterest brings in about 70% of my total traffic and this isn’t unusual at all.

I know that many bloggers share these statistics. According to a research made by Shareaholic in 2015, Pinterest was the second best traffic source out of any social media platforms after Facebook.

And yes, Pinterest is much more powerful in driving traffic than platforms like Instagram and Twitter. In fact, according to the research, Pinterest drives about 5 x the amount of traffic that Twitter does!

 

 

*Pin it!*

 

I’m sure that many of you reading this already know this. I mean, it’s not exactly a secret that Pinterest is a great traffic source: you hear about it constantly on different blogs and websites. 

BUT what is sometimes regarded as a secret is to HOW exactly you can take advantage of Pinterest, create viral pins and use them to drive traffic to your website. So that’s exactly what we’re going to be discussing today. 

 

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Before getting into the nitty gritty of creating pins on Pinterest, I have a special FREE 4 day eCourse that covers everything related to Pinterest marketing. Unlike other Pinterest marketing courses, I’m not simply going to be talking about the basics – I’ll also dive into more advanced subjects like how to use Tailwind, Tailwind Tribes, Pinterest SEO and so much more! 

You can sign up to the course below!

 

How To Create The Perfect Viral Pin

 

For my visual learners, you can also access the information in this article from the video below. It gives a better visual representation on exactly how I create my pins using Canva.

 

 

The Best Tools To Use To Create Pins

 

I use Canva to create all of my images for Pinterest and I’ve been very happy with them. Canva has two different services that they provide: the first is a completely free service and the other is a premium service that costs about $10 per month. 

Before becoming a premium customer of theirs, I used the free version of Canva for about a year without any problems. The main difference between the two is that the premium service allows you to use more fonts (including adding your own), saving transparent .PNG images, as well as saving your brand colors on your palette so that you can design your pins quicker and easier. 

If this is not something that you need right now, go ahead and give the free version of Canva a try instead!

Another tool that I use for pins is Lunapic. This is another completely free tool that allows you to make images transparent. So, if you ever need to make a logo or any other image transparent and add it to your pin, use them.

 

 

To access the transparency tool, first upload your image on the site, and then click on Edit -> Transparent Background and edit the image!

 

The Perfect Pin Size

 

To create the perfect viral pin, we have to start from the basics: the pin size.

There was a time when anything LONG was always better on Pinterest. But these times are now gone, and the Pinterest algorithm actually favors pins that have a 2:3 aspect ratio. For example, pins that are 600:900 pixels are perfect. In Pinterest’s official guide published in 2019, they have even mentioned that the optimal size is 1000*1500 pixels (same 2:3 ratio).

From personal experience I can tell that pins that are longer than this also work well. If you are going for a pin that is 600 px in width, you want to avoid anything that is longer than 1200 px, because that will be cut off on the Pinterest smart feed. However, anything less than that is fair play, and I advise you to try them out as well.

Personally, I always create pins that are 700 x 1135 px and 600 x 1135 px in addition to creating pins that are 600 x 900 px, because they tend to work better for me. 

The reason for this is that longer pins occupy more space on the Pinterest smart feed, thus they are more likely to be seen by others and subsequently get more repins and clicks. This is also the case if you use Tailwind Tribes in your Pinterest marketing strategy.

 

More Pinterest Image Tips

 

Obviously, the size of your pins is important, but it’s not all that matters. What matters is the content of the pin. So, what else should you pay attention to? 

Well, here’s a couple more pin pointers that you want to make sure you’re following when creating your pins: 

 

1. Use High Quality Images

 

If you’re struggling to find good places to get stock images from, I suggest that you check out my post on The Best Stock Images Sites For Bloggers that feature both free and paid options.

 

2. Have A Click Worthy Title

 

Now you may be thinking… What on earth is a click worthy title? Well, it’s something that creates curiosity. You don’t want to give away ALL INFORMATION on your pin. Otherwise what’s the point of clicking through to your site? 

For example, if you are creating fashion related pins like I am, showing the reader the pieces that they can find on your website is an excellent way to create curiosity and make the reader click through to your website. 

Below are a few examples. 

 

   

 

3. Use Large, Readable Fonts

 

I know that you want to use pretty fonts, but sometimes it’s not worth it! Pinterest can actually read the text on your images if you use a clear, readable fonts, so if you want to make the most of Pinterest SEO (which stands for search engine optimisation), make sure that the keywords that you use are clearly readable.

 

4. Use Bright, Contrasting Colors

 

Bright, saturated font colors generate way more repins and traffic than colors that are are barely distinguishable from the background. Interestengly, research by Curalate also shows that pins that are predominantly reddish-orange generate TWICE as many clicks as images that are blue!

 

5. Include Your Logo, If You Have One

 

Although you’ll be good to go with this checklist, there are a couple more interesting statistics from a research report by Curalate that you want to pay attention to when you create your pins. Here are some of the most notable ones:

 

6. Images Without A Face Receive 23% More Repins Than an Image With A Face

 

 

7. Images With Multiple Dominant Colors Have 3.25 Times MORE repins than single dominant colors

 

 

8. Images With Medium Lightness Are Repinned 20 Times MORE Than Very Dark Images

 

 

9. Images That Are 50% Saturated Have 10 Times MORE Repins Than Very Desaturated Images

 

 

 

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My Results & Growth With Pinterest

 

I haven’t always had success with Pinterest. In fact, it took me well over 1,5 years to truly learn how I could make Pinterest work for me. Right now, I get around 80,000-90,000 pageviews on my blog every month, 70-80% of this coming directly from Pinterest. But it wasn’t always this way. In June 2018, I was only getting around 100-200 sessions from Pinterest to my blog. Now I get more than 1,000-1,500 different visitors to my blog from Pinterest every day.

 

So what happened?

There were a couple of shortcuts that I took when I grew my Pinterest traffic. First and foremost, I signed up to the Pinterest Traffic Avalanche course, which is created by Alex and Lauren from Create and Co, who get more than 500,000 pageviews / month to their blogs every month using Pinterest.

The course provided a great blueprint for success to follow and there was no questioning what tactics would work and what wouldn’t – these guys had tried it all and were giving me their best advice.

But that wan’t what really blew my traffic out of the water. Instead, it was Tailwind Tribes. After that, my Pinterest traffic REALLY took off, like you can see here:

 

 

Tailwind Tribes has really been my ultimate secret to not only reaching 5 million monthly Pinterest views, but also getting 80,000-90,000 monthly pageviews on my blog consistently. Before I started implementing Tribes into my Pinterest strategy, my pageviews hovered at around 50,000 /month, and 5-6 weeks after I started implementing Tribes, it shot up to 91,000 / month.

And that wasn’t all – Tailwind Tribes actually helped to boost the popularity of my ENTIRE Pinterest account! Ever since I started implementing Tailwind Tribes, my traffic has always remained consistent at around 80,000-90,000 pageviews / month with just a few hours of work every month.

If you are interested in growing your Pinterest traffic fast with Pinterest and Tailwind Tribes, you can get yourself set up for success with my Explosive Traffic With Tribes eBook. It includes over 90 pages of training with specific strategies on how you can use the untapped potential of Tailwind Tribes to explode your blog traffic.

 

*Pin this for later*

 

 

December Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

December Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

December Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

 

A lot of people refer to this period as the most wonderful time of the year and I have to add – it’s also wonderful for online businesses and for Pinterest marketers. During November and December, ad spending is at an all year high and affiliate marketing and sales are booming too – everyone is rushing to buy Christmas gifts, decorate their house and bake tasty Christmas treats.

Pinterest, like any other search engine is heavily influenced by seasons and seasonal trends. As a content marketer and blogger, you can increase your traffic and income by a huge amount if you learn to leverage trends the right way. Personally, I’ve hit an all time high in my pageviews over the last month – currently, I’m at 127,000 pageviews, which is about 30,000 more than my monthly average!

 

 

 

In today’s post, I’m going to show you what you should be focusing on pinning and planning in December.

First and foremost, if you are new to this series on my blog, I want to point out the key part: Pinterest recommends that you start pinning seasonal content 4-6 weeks before its prime time. You should then of course continue pinning the content until the day of the event. When you are planning out new content for your blog, it’s good to keep this timeframe in mind to maximise your efforts on Pinterest.

 

What To Pin in December: Trending Ideas

 

Use these trending topics to maximise your reach and traffic on Pinterest!  Trending content is also good to promote with ads (if it fits your budget).

 

Christmas 

 

Christmas is by far the dominating trend in December. There are so many different topics around Christmas that you can pin about depending on your niche, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t leverage it in your Pinterest strategy.

Recipes, DIY and crafts are HUGE around December, but you can also go as specific in each niche as you want. Gift guides are also popular, as people start checking off their gift lists. Gift guides can also be a great revenue source, if you use affiliate links!

Some popular keywords include: Christmas tree ideas, Christmas crafts, Christmas decorations, Christmas wreaths, Christmas cookies, Christmas gift ideas and more.

 

Holiday Outfits & Holiday Beauty

 

Office parties are abundant around Christmas time, so now is the perfect time to pin pretty party dresses, anything red and anything sparkly.

Popular keywords around this time are Holiday outfits, Christmas party dresses, Christmas nails and Christmas gift ideas.

In the UK, Beauty Christmas advent calendars have also experienced a huge surge in popularity, as have other stocking filling ideas.

 

New Year’s Eve

 

New Year’s Eve might feel far away, but actually it’s closer than you think! After all, it’s only 6 days after Christmas eve.

Like I mentioned before in the post, it’s a good idea to start pinning content at least 4 weeks before the actual date of the event, so now is the perfect time to start pinning content around New Year’s Eve.

Trending keywords include: NYE outfits & dresses, NYE food and appetizers and New Year’s Eve Party ideas. With this said, I also have a different strategy that you could follow to leverage the same trends.

Instead of focusing on specific keywords such as New Years Eve outfits, you can go on and create blog posts about more broad topics, such as party outfits. Both of these keywords fit the description for New Year, however the keyword “party outfits” is more evergreen, and you can pin content from this blog post all year around.

The same thing goes for other keywords such as (New Year’s Eve) party appetizers & food, (New Year’s Eve) Party ideas, party planning and more. Both of these ideas (seasonal & evergreen) are worth trying!

 

New Year’s Resolutions: Healthy Eating, Goal Setting, Minimalism etc.

 

While it may feel weird pinning content about topics that are going to be big in January, keep in mind that Pinterest recommends pinning seasonal content 4-6 weeks before it’s prime time. This means that if you have blog posts that fit this mold, you’ll already want to start pinning them in early to mid-December, so that you’ can start January with a bang.

As this is a broad topic, I’m going to dive deeper into the keywords in the next paragraph where I give you more content planning ideas!

 

 

Content Planning Ideas: What’s Going To Be Big Next?

 

Pinterest recommends creating & pinning content 4-6 weeks before the “prime time” of your seasonal content, so now is a good time to start planning your blog posts for January and February! With this said, once you have created these

 

Healthy Eating

 

As soon as Christmas is over, people’s attitudes shift. Chocolate cakes, Christmas candy and eating everything you desire without guilt is no more. January is all about getting back to a healthy lifestyle, which of course includes dieting. Healthy food bloggers will see huge traffic spikes, so if you are monetizing your site through ads, now is a good time to take advantage of it.

Special diets, such as keto, paleo, gluten free, Weight Watchers, whole30 etc. are as popular as ever. Popular keyword combinations include any of the afore mentioned keywords + “recipes” (including breakfast, dinner, lunch, desserts recipes).

 

Healthy Lifestyle – Fitness, Productivity, Goal Setting, Mindfullness

 

Healthy eating isn’t the only thing that’s popular in January! Think back to your own New Year’s resolutions: what do you usually promise yourself that yo’ll do? The chance is, millions of others will also have the same resolution as you.

If you’re into personal development, a good idea is to leverage trends in this niche, whether that’s writing productivity tips, life hacks, or tips for business.

On the other hand, if you’re more interested in fitness, now is a great time to start writing articles relating to weight loss. If you’re up for a challenge, you could even put together your own exercise plan, or create videos that other people can follow along!

 

Budgeting + Minimalism

 

After a spendy few months, people will want to tighten their grip on their finances. Like other areas in their lives, they want to feel like they’re in control and that they’re starting off with a clean slate.

Searches relating to simplifying your life and minimalism are usually on the rise in January, as well as searches looking for ways to make extra money, work from home and budgeting in general.

 

Travel / Spring Break

 

Many people tend to plan holidays after the Christmas period and typically head somewhere warm, including myself! January is a huge month for travel bloggers for this reason, and typically January is one of the months with the highest amount of traffic. If you have an interest in writing about specific travel locations, budget locations, now is the time.

If you are a fashion blogger, you can also leverage this trend by focusing on travel outfits, beach outfits, best bikini picks, etc.

Popular keywords include: travel destinations, travel outfit, vacation outfits, travel essentials, travel quotes, packing list.

 

Super Bowl 

 

Super Bowl is a HUGE event in February. The most popular keywords around this topic are around hosting a Super Bowl party: think appetizers, decor and party ideas. 

 

Spring Fashion 

 

Although it may seem like we’ve just entered the Christmas season and it’s the middle of winter, if you want to stay ahead of the game, now is the time to start thinking about spring fashion trends.

Think keywords like spring outfits, spring fashion, spring outfits for work, casual outfits, etc. Additionally, vacations and travel are popular around this time of year, so consider targeting keywords such as travel outfits, beach outfits, best bikini picks, etc.

 

Valentine’s Day

 

Valentine’s Day isn’t a huge holiday by any means, but it’s still worth considering doing a couple of blog posts for Valentine’s day. The most popular search term for the day is by far Valentine giftsso consider creating a gift guides for both genders.

Other keyword ideas: Valentine’s day decorations, Valentine crafts

 

*Final Thoughts*

 

December is a HUGELY busy season for most people, and it’s also the month that the average person tends to splurge the most money on gifts. That’s why ad income, affiliate income and your sales can be a LOT higher than on your average blogging months. I hope this guide helps you navigate through this super busy month and to maximise your exposure and traffic on Pinterest.

 

 

Need more Pinterest tips? Try these!

 

Explosive Traffic With Pinterest – This is my free 4 day Pinterest course that teaches you how to skyrocket your Pinterest traffic with Pinterest SEO, Tailwind, Tailwind Tribes and viral images.

How To Master Pinterest SEO & Rank #1 – Confused about how to find the best keywords for each trend and how to rank them so that other people see them too? Check out this post!

How To Get Your First 1,000 Pinterest Followers – If you’re looking for ways to increase your Pinterest presence and following, this post is for you.

How I Got 5+ Milloin Views On Pinterest – Here, I’m sharing the strategies that helped me to increase my visibility on Pinterest.

Explosive Traffic With Tribes – In this ebook, I show you exactly how I increase my traffic from 50,000 to 90,000 in a few months with the help of Tailwind Tribes, and how you can do the same. Tailwind Tribes are a huge part of my Pinterest strategy, and I wouldn’t be where I am without them!

Pinterest Traffic Avalanche – Are you a complete beginner when it comes to Pinterest? If you’re looking for hands-on advice, that’ll help you get results FAST, this course from Create & Go is a fantastic resource!

November Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

November Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

November Pinterest Trends: What To Pin For Traffic & Profit

 

Today in my Pinterest series I’m going to be talking about November Pinterest Trends. Pinterest, like any other search engine is heavily influenced by seasons and seasonal trends. As a content marketer and blogger, you can increase your traffic and income by a huge amount if you learn to leverage trends the right way.

Personally, I’ve seen my traffic grow by 15,000 pageviews month on month from September to October, just by focusing on pinning Halloween content during last month! It’s also been my highest grossing month to date. Coincidence? I think not.

 

 

In today’s post, I’m going to show you what you should be focusing on pinning and planning in November.

Remember that Pinterest recommends creating your content 4-6 weeks before the “prime time” of that content (so ideally, get your posts for Christmas done before 25th November), and pinning it on Pinterest until the hayday of it.

 

What To Pin in November: Trending Ideas

 

Use these trending topics to maximise your reach and traffic on Pinterest!  Trending content is also good to promote with ads (if it fits your budget).

 

Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is by far the biggest celebration of this month and even if you’re not primarily a food blogger, you should seriously consider pinning Thanksgiving related topics, whether that be Thanksgiving decorations & crafts, Thanksgiving decor or Thanksgiving activities.

Of course, most people will be searching for Thanksgiving recipes, including side dishes, desserts, traditional recipes, Southern recipes, sauces, etc… If you’re a lifestyle blogger, I highly recommend pinning Thanksgiving recipes this month!

 

Cyber Monday & Black Friday

 

Black Friday is the biggest spending day of the year, and if you monetize your blog through affiliate marketing, you’ll want to get involved in the action. Pin & promote offers that make sense to your audience, whether that is fashion, health, travel or something else.

Cyber Monday is another great day for bloggers and online marketers. Often, e-commerce retailers like Amazon will offer special deals on Cyber Monday, so you’ll want to make sure that you’re pinning related content already well in advance of the big day (with your affiliate link of course!).

Personally, I would also seriously recommend trying out Pinterest ads during Black Friday and Cyber Monday IF you have run Pinterest ads before and know what you’re doing.

There are many affiliate platforms that offer higher commissions and special deals during the Black Friday mania, so make sure that you take advantage of these. (Need more help choosing the best affiliate platforms for your niche? Have a look at The Highest Paying Affiliate Platforms For Bloggers!)

 

Sugar, spice and everything nice (i.e. Comfort Food!)

 

Easy, delicious comfort food like instant pot recipes and slow cooker meals are hugely popular in November (and they’ll continue being popular throughout winter)!

However, unhealthy comfort foods aren’t the only foods that are trending in the winter times: speciality diets such as the keto diet and paleo diet are also hugely popular, so consider pinning recipes in these niches if they fit your audience.

 

Winter Fashion

 

There are so many fashion trends that are trending on Pinterest this November! Apart from the obvious keywords like “fall outfits”, “winter outfits”, “black jeans outfits” and “teddy coats”, new, up and coming trends such as padded headbands and (faux) leather leggings are making waves in the Pinterest search too.

Here are a few more winter 2019 trend ideas from the runways that have started popping up on Pinterest: Knee high boot outfits, dark florals, one shoulder tops, shoulder pad outfits/ puff shoulder outfits and sequins.

If you’re a fashion blogger, consider creating new boards for each keyword that you’re interested in pinning about – this way, your pins will make their way up in the search faster!

 

 

Content Planning Ideas: What’s Going To Be Big Next?

 

Pinterest recommend creating content 4-6 weeks before the “prime time” of your seasonal content, so now is a good time to start planning your blog posts for December and January! 

Content planning with seasonal Pinterest trends is my favorite thing to do especially around this time of year, because of all the extra traffic that it can bring. In the last two months alone, I was able to add an extra 20,000 pageviews to my blog just by leveraging Pinterest trends and planning my content well in advance!

 

Christmas

 

I know that I sound like a broken record ever since my September Pinterest report, but Christmas is HUGE on Pinterest and there’s a way that every blogger can leverage this trend.

Some of the most popular trending keywords on Pinterest during Christmas time will be focused around Christmas recipes (think Christmas cookies, desserts, dinner ideas), Christmas decorations (Christmas tree ideas, home decor, outdoor decor), Christmas crafts (anything DIY, including ornaments, crafts for kids, stocking fillers).

Even Christmas related fashion (Christmas sweaters,  Holiday outfits) and Christmas related beauty products (beauty advent calendars, Christmas nails, Christmas “flavored” DIY beauty products) are trending like crazy!

Gift guides are also huge, so consider making as many of them as possible. You can make gift guides for gifts under $25, $50, $100, gift guides for dog lovers, beauty lovers, jet setters, stocking fillers… you name it! If you think you’ve made enough gift guides, make one more!

DIY gift guides and dollar store gift guides are also super popular – if they fit your niche, you should consider creating a few.

In short, try to do as many Christmas posts as possible (I think I’ve made about 15 so far!), but make sure that these posts are evergreen so that you can use them again next year – for example, if you’re creating gift guides, pick products that you know will be sold next year as well. This will make it easier for you to monetize the same content next year with the same pins!

 

Hannukah & Kwanzaa

 

While Christmas is definitely the biggest celebration in December in the US, let’s not forget about other festivities. Both the Hannukah & Kwanzaa are trending search terms on Pinterest in December, so if you think they would be a good fit for your audience to write about, go ahead and dive in.

Much like Christmas, the same keywords are popular on Pinterest for both holidays (think gifts, decorations, recipes, crafts and party ideas)!

 

New Year’s Eve

 

If you are very organized, you can start planning your New Year posts as well this November. However, I would really advise you to stick to spending as much time planning your Christmas posts as possible – after all, this is the time of the year that bloggers usually make the most amount of money!

For New Year’s Eve, popular keywords include  New Year’s Eve Party ideas, NYE dresses & outfits, NYE food and appetizers.

 

 

Need more Pinterest tips? Try these!

 

Explosive Traffic With Pinterest – This is my free 4 day Pinterest course that teaches you how to skyrocket your Pinterest traffic with Pinterest SEO, Tailwind, Tailwind Tribes and viral images.

How To Master Pinterest SEO & Rank #1 – Confused about how to find the best keywords for each trend and how to rank them so that other people see them too? Check out this post!

How To Get Your First 1,000 Pinterest Followers – If you’re looking for ways to increase your Pinterest presence and following, this post is for you.

How I Got 5+ Milloin Views On Pinterest – Here, I’m sharing the strategies that helped me to increase my visibility on Pinterest.

Explosive Traffic With Tribes – In this ebook, I show you exactly how I increase my traffic from 50,000 to 90,000 in a few months with the help of Tailwind Tribes, and how you can do the same. Tailwind Tribes are a huge part of my Pinterest strategy, and I wouldn’t be where I am without them!

Pinterest Traffic Avalanche – Are you a complete beginner when it comes to Pinterest? If you’re looking for hands-on advice, that’ll help you get results FAST, this course from Create & Go is a fantastic resource!

7 Surefire Ways To Get Pinterest Followers With Little Effort (in 2019!)

7 Surefire Ways To Get Pinterest Followers With Little Effort (in 2019!)

7 Surefire Ways To Get Pinterest Followers With Little Effort (in 2019!)

Pinterest is a great tool to use to generate more traffic to your blog, more email subscribers and more sales. If you’re reading this post, I’m sure you know this already!

And let me guess, here’s what you might be thinking: “If only I had more followers on Pinterest, I’d get more traffic, make more sales and more money!” 

Well, the truth is, this isn’t necessarily true. In 2019, Pinterest followers aren’t nearly as important as they used to be.

Nowadays, Pinterest operates more like a search engine. They still have some elements of social media platforms (the followers + the ability to leave comments), but in general, they operate more like Youtube and Google, rather than Facebook and Instagram.

Think about it: how often have you been on Youtube and seen a completely random channel/video recommended to you that you’ve never even heard of before? This happens to me all the timeI’m not a follower of those channels, but based on what I’ve watched before, Youtube knows what to recommend to me and what I might be interested in.

It’s the same with Pinterest.

Rather than showing people content from accounts that they’re following, Pinterest will show them content that is related to their previous searches, because that’s most likely what they’ll enjoy.

And when your content gets recommended and seen by people enough, that’s when you also start gaining followers.

 

 

So, instead of asking “How can I get more followers on Pinterest?” , the better question to ask is How do I get my content seen by more people?”

The more people who see your content => the more followers you’ll have.

As you can see, if you focus on bettering your Pinterest marketing strategy as a whole, you’ll also get more Pinterest followers.

So, with this in mind,  I’ll share with you my 7 best secrets that I used to get 15,000 Pinterest followers with little effort and simultaneously increased my blog traffic and my sales!

 

1. Pin At The Best Time For Your Audience (with Tailwind!)

 

This one is HUGE! I didn’t realise this before I changed my pinning schedule, but I was actually sabotaging my Pinterest growth by pinning at the completely wrong times. After I switched my pinning schedule, my Pinterest followers went from 1,000 to now 15,000+.

So when is the right time to pin? 

Well, this depends completely on where your audience and you live. Personally speaking, I live in the UK and most of my audience lives in the US. I had read online that the best times to pin were after work, around lunch time and 10-12 am, but I had never taken into account that these times are completely different for everyone depending on where they live in the world.

So, after I analysed my audience on Tailwind, I found out that the majority of my audience resided in LA and NYC, which meant that the best time for me to pin was in fact between 11 pm and 5 am! 

In NYC, this time is between 6 pm – midnight, which is essentially when people get back from work. It makes sense!

BUT because I was based in London, I thought that I needed to schedule my content at London times as well. Big mistake.

So, if you’re struggling to get engagement and followers on your Pinterest, check that you’re posting during the right times  for your audience. If you’re not sure how to do that, sign up for Tailwind (they offer a free 30 day trial!) and Tailwind’s Smart Scheduling tool will let you know.

Here’s how to set it up:

  1. Navigate to Publisher-> Scheduled Pins in the left menu.
  2. Click on Add/Remove Time Slots
  3. Now, click Recreate Schedule under General Queue.

 

 

 

2. Pin Consistently

 

Another reason why Tailwind has played such a huge part in the growth of my followers is because it’s made my pinning consistent. I now pin 30 pins per day during my optimal times with the Tailwind Smart Scheduler.

Pinterest is all about consistency. Whether you pin pins 5 times a day or 30 times a day, it’s more about the consistency of your pinning patterns rather than the amount of pins that you put out to the platform.

So, whether or not you use or plan to use Tailwind, this is SUPER important! Take a look at how much content you have on your blog and then decide how many pins your going to post per day. It can be anywhere from 5-30 pins per day, as long as you can keep doing it consistently.

Once you’ve picked your schedule, don’t deviate from it. If you have absolutely nothing to pin during certain times, just pin content from other bloggers or retailers. As long as you keep your schedule consistent, Pinterest will reward you!

 

Want to learn all the best Pinterest traffic secrets to boost your blog? Sign up to my FREE 4 Day Pinterest crash course below!

 

 

3. Master Pinterest SEO

 

It’s a common misconception that Pinterest is a social media. Actually, Pinterest is NOT  a social media: it’s a search engine.

And what this means is that you should treat it as one. Make your profile, boards and pins easily searchable by using keywords and hashtags that your audience is likely to type on the search bar on Pinterest.

Also, when you are creating new content and new pins, check that there is ACTUALLY demand for these keywords. If you focus on creating problem solving content for your audience, you’ll soon find that your content is getting more clicks and your profile more followers!

Here’s a snippet of the keywords that I’ve included on my profile:

 

 

Want to learn the ins and outs of Pinterest SEO? Head over to How To Master Pinterest SEO & Rank 1st Even As A New Blogger for a full deep-dive into Pinterest SEO!

 

4. Ask People To Follow Your Pinterest On Your Blog, Social Media + Email

 

Sounds simple, right? Well, sometimes common sense isn’t common practice!

The more you ask people to follow you on Pinterest, whether that be on your other social media profiles, your blog or your email, the more people will ACTUALLY take the time to follow you!

This trick is as simple as including a simple call to action at the end of your blog posts, such as: “Make sure to follow me on Pinterest for more awesome content like this!”. 

You can also include a link to your Pinterest profile in the footer of your email and include social sharing icons in the sidebar or menu of your blog, like these:

This will make it easier for people to find your Pinterest profile too!

5. Join Tailwind Tribes To Promote Your Content

 

Tailwind Tribes is the secret behind my success in blogging. For me, it was a total game changer.

I went from getting 50,000 pageviews on my blog to 90,000 pageviews in a matter of MONTHS.

Not only did my Pinterest followers increase dramatically, my blogging income did as well! Now, I earn anywhere from $3,000-$4,800 blogging every month, mainly thanks to Tailwind Tribes.

So, what are Tailwind Tribes exactly?

Tailwind Tribes are often quoted as the better version of Pinterest group boards and the main benefit of them is getting your content shared by people who ALREADY have thousands of followers. This means that even if you’re a new blogger, your content could reach MILLIONS of people with the help of other Pinterest users.

Here’s how many people have seen my content on Pinterest JUST because of Tribes:

Like I said, total game changer. 

If you want to learn more about the power of Tailwind Tribes & want the best strategy to get results the fastest way, I highly recommend checking out Explosive Traffic With Tribes – this is my ebook where I share my step by step blueprint for reaching 90,000 pageviews / month with Tailwind Tribes!

 

6. Niche Down Your Boards (Clean Them Up Without Deleting Pins!)

 

Another great way of increasing your exposure on Pinterest is to niche down your boards. The more specific your boards are, the better.

Again, this all boils down to Pinterest wanting to appear more like a search engine than a social media platform. Pinterest wants to serve it’s customers the best way that it can, and the easiest way to do that is to show them exactly the content that they’re looking for.

The more niched down your boards are, the clearer the message is to Pinterest. So, instead of having a general board called Women’s Fashion, create multiple boards with more specifically keyworded titles, such as “Winter Fashion”, “Fall Fashion”, “Spring Fashion”, “Summer Fashion”, etc.

If you have many general boards, think about what different sub categories you can divide them to and then create new boards with those titles.

That’s exactly what I did with my Pinterest boards and it had a massive impact on my Pinterest growth. In fact, when I analyse my boards on Tailwind, I can see that my most popular boards are personal boards that are niched down:

 

Notice how all of my most popular boards are PERSONAL boards within smaller niches and NOT big group boards that are more general.

Because these boards are well keyworded and represent small niches, the pins from these boards appear higher on search results and ACTUALLY reach people on a consistent, long-term basis.

So, instead of focusing on applying to group boards that have 100k+ followers, focus on building up your own boards with better Pinterest SEO. I promise that you’ll see results quicker this way!

 

7. Create New Pins Consistently

 

Last but not least, you want to make sure that you’re creating new pins all the time. You should already have a schedule that you follow for creating new blog posts and you want to make sure that every time that you create a new blog post you also create some pins to go along with it.

Usually, I create at least 2 pins per article, but sometimes I like to go a bit extra and create 6 for a single blog post in one go. There really is no downside to doing this, as later on you’ll have more data to analyse and see what types of pins perform the best.

Also, you want to make sure that you’re creating new pins for your old content. Sometimes, it’s more cost-effective to spend 20 minutes coming up with new pins than it is to write a new blog post.

The key to remember here is to focus on creating new pins for old content that is already popular. For example, focus on creating new pins for your top10 blog posts FIRST and then move on to creating pins for other blog posts. This way, you’ll maximise your blog traffic and get more followers on Pinterest.

 

*Final Thoughts*

 

So, there you have it! These are my top tips to get Pinterest followers FAST in 2019. If you copy these tactics, I’m sure that you will see a massive improvement not only in the number of followers that you have but also in the blog traffic that you’re getting and the amount of money that you make blogging.

Currently, I get just over 1,000+ new followers on my profile every single month, thanks to the tips that I’ve just mentioned.

 

Want More Pinterest Traffic Secrets?

 

I dive deeper into the exact Pinterest traffic secrets that I used to get 90,000 monthly pageviews to my blog, 5+ million monthly Pinterest views and made my content spread like wildfire in my jam-packed ebook Explosive Traffic With Tribes.

 

 

If you feel like you’ve tried EVERYTHING with Pinterest with zero results and no one is seeing your posts, Explosive Traffic With Tribes  is for you. In Explosive Traffic With Tribes, I go over the little known strategies that new AND advanced bloggers can use on Pinterest to double their Pinterest reach in a matter of a few months. I highly recommend this e-book if you’re serious about getting huge traffic from Pinterest!

 

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How To Use Tailwind Tribes To Explode Your Traffic

How To Use Tailwind Tribes To Explode Your Traffic

How To Use Tailwind Tribes To Explode Your Traffic

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Tailwind Tribes is the secret behind my success in blogging. For me, it was a total game changer.

I went from getting 50,000 pageviews on my blog to 90,000 pageviews in a matter of MONTHS.

With that, my blog income also grew to a steady $3,000+ / month.

If you’re a fellow blogger, you’ve probably heard that I’m not the only one raving about them: Tribes is often quoted as the better version of Pinterest group boards and hundreds, if not thousands of bloggers are seeing a great return on investment with them.

Like I said, total game changer. 

 

 

So what exactly are tribes and how can you harness their power?

Well, in this post I’m going to discuss exactly that.

But first, let me show what results I’ve gotten once I started using Tribes in my business.

 

 My Results With Tribes

 

You probably know that Pinterest is the holy grail of traffic for many bloggers, but it’s not always so easy to get started with successful Pinterest marketing.

That was also my case – I thought that I was doing everything right with Pinterest, but the traffic just wasn’t there…Until I discovered Tailwind Tribes. After that, my Pinterest traffic REALLY took off, like you can see here:

 

 

Tailwind Tribes has really been my ultimate secret to not only reaching 5 million monthly Pinterest views, but also getting 80,000-90,000 monthly pageviews on my blog consistently. Before I started implementing Tribes into my Pinterest strategy, my pageviews hovered at around 50,000 /month, and 5-6 weeks after I started implementing Tribes, it shot up to 91,000 / month.

 

And that wasn’t all – Tailwind Tribes actually helped to boost the popularity of my ENTIRE Pinterest account! Before Tribes, I was virtually getting no traffic to my blog from Pinterest (2,000-16,000 pageviews / month), and after Tribes it shot up to 50,000 pageviews / month from Pinterest!

I also tested out if my Pinterest traffic would suffer if I paused my Tribes strategy. I went on a 5 week hiatus in November/December time and didn’t post anything to Tribes. The results surprised me in a positive way: my traffic from Tribes dropped as expected, but my organic Pinterest traffic picked up where Tribes left off. So, the net result was that I still had as much traffic as before.

So what does that mean? Well, Tailwind Tribes helped to kickstart the flow of organic traffic to my blog too!

 

Now, hopefully I’ve convinced you that Tailwind Tribes is something that you should also try implementing in your blog strategy. Let’s get started!

 

Tailwind Tribes Masterclass Video

 

If you’re a visual learner, I’ve condensed all the information in this post to a video so that you can get a visual understanding of how everything works on Tailwind Tribes.

 

 

What Is Tailwind?

If you’re not using Tailwind yet, you’re missing out! Tailwind is a scheduling and analytics tool for Pinterest that can supercharge your efforts and free up tons of time in your calendar.

Instead of spending 15 min – 1 hour every day manually pinning your pins to Pinterest, Tailwind allows you to schedule all of your pins in advance, as far ahead as you like. The best part is that Tailwind analyses all of your data and makes sure that your pins go out at the optimal time for your audience.

Now, I spend about 2-3 hours per month scheduling all of my pins to Tailwind, and that’s it! Talk about a time saver.

In addition to scheduling, Tailwind also allows you to analyse your data: these include your pins, boards, profile and more. This then allows you to understand what content is resonating with your audience and what isn’t. You’ll can then focus on creating more content that works, and drop the rest!

Tailwind isn’t free to use, but they offer a 30 day free trial for their Pro Plan + Tribes. Check it out here

 

What Are Tailwind Tribes?

 

Tailwind Tribes are another feature inside of Tailwind. They’re an online community of bloggers and pinners sharing content in a similar niche. Normally, you share content on Tribes because you want your blog post to reach as many people as possible, make more sales or grow your blog. If your tribesmates like your content, they’ll share it to their boards for their followers to see.

I like to call Tribes Pinterest Group Boards 2.0, because essentially they function in the same way as group boards on Pinterest, but they’re soooooo much better and effective to use.

Why? Tribes allow you to get access to power pinners with millions of followers AND they actually work. 

 

How Tailwind Tribes Work

 

The reason why Tribes is different from Pinterest group boards and why it actually works is because if you submit a pin to tribes, you also need to schedule a pin from another creator. If you don’t pin from other people, you’re out.

This way, you’re almost always sure that someone will re-pin your content from Tribes to one of their boards, and from there other users will be able to share and interact with your pin too. It has a compounding effect which can be very powerful if done right.

 

These are my results from Tailwind Tribes so far – your growth can be truly exponential!

 

 

And unlike group boards, these rules actually work, because the tribe admin can easily see who’s following the rules and who isn’t. This means that you won’t get spammers who submit 30 pins to a tribe per day and never pin anything in return. Most tribes are very beneficial for every tribe member, and every tribe member pins at least one pin from another blogger after they’ve submitted their own pins on the platform.

That’s exactly why they are so powerful!

 

How To Find Tribes To Join

 

Finding Tribes to join is pretty easy. In fact, to make it more easier, I’ve compiled a list of the 40 Best Tailwind Tribes to Join for any niche! To grab it, simply download it below:

 

If you want to go and find Tribes to join by yourself, you can also do that. Simply navigate to Tribes -> Find a Tribe and type in a keyword based on your niche, like “mommy”, if you’re in the parenting niche.

 

 

Here you’ll see something like this. The groups with the green icon are free to join by anyone and the blue tribes require you to write a short summary of why you would be an excellent candidate for the tribe.

 

How To Choose The Best Tribes

 

When you apply for Tribes, I highly recommend going for highly active, BIG tribes. This way, your pins will be in front of more people, and they’ll have a higher probability of being shared by your tribes mates!

I also recommend checking the virality of each tribe before joining. By virality, I’m referring to how many re-pins each pin that is submitted to the tribe gets. This means that either people have stopped pinning from this tribe or they are simply pinning to very low quality boards (hint: that’s not good for anyone, including them). There’s nothing worse than wasting your time and pins or tribes that don’t generate the results that you want and need.

To check the virality of a board, simply click on “Preview Tribe” in the upper lefthand side corner.

For example, if we click on #ManagingMommiesTribe, we’ll see that for every 43.6 k pins submitted, the pins get 45.8k repins, or 1.05 re-pins per pin on average. This is okay, but there’s better tribes than that too.

 

 

For example, if we preview Practical Mommy Lifetsyle, we’ll see that for every 49.2k pins submitted, the pins get 88.8k repins, or 1.80 re-pins per pin on average. 

 

 

I recommend only joining tribes that have a virality of 1+ to get maximum results!

 

When To Submit Pins To Tribes

 

Submitting pins to Tribes is pretty easy,  but there’s a certain way to do it that will guarantee you get the maximum amount of traffic and exposure.

The key here is to wait until your pin already has some repins on Pinterest and then submit it to Tribes.

This is because on Tribes, you can see which pins have repins on them. Naturally, people want to pin content that is already popular on Pinterest, so the more repins you have on your pin before posting it to Tribes, the better.

 

 

The good thing about Tribes is that repins aren’t attached to individual pins: Tribes actually count all the repins of the URL that is linked to your pin. So, if you have an old blog post that is already popular on Pinterest, creating a new pin for that blog post will already have tons of repins on it, even if it’s never been re-pinned before.

For best results, submit your pins to the same Tribes on a consistent basis, like once per month.

 

How To Choose Who’s Content To Share

 

Generally when choosing what content to share from others it’s best to stick to content that is already popular on Pinterest and Tribes. When scrolling through your Tribes, you’ll see how many repins all the other pins have and you’ll also see how many other Pinner’s have shared the pin.

I tend to only rein content that already has many reins on Pinterest and that’s also trending on Tribes – this is the safest bet. If the content is already popular on Pinterest, it’s more likely to resonate with your audience also.

To find the most popular content, I like to go to Tribes -> Insights -> Tribe Highlights and see who’s content has been shared the most amount of times. I then picks a few of the pins that fit my niche and my boards, and go ahead and schedule them.

 

 

Another thing that I’d like to mention is that when choosing which pins to re-pin, focus on those pins that you think will get re-pinned on Pinterest, not on those that are likely to get clicks. Not only will this be better for your overall Pinterest performance, it may also be beneficial for your business.

If your followers aren’t clicking away from Pinterest on to your competitors’ sites, they’re more likely to stumble across your articles on the Pinterest smart feed and click to your blog instead!

 

How To Use Analytics To Your Advantage

 

Analytics are your best friend when it comes to blogging. And Tailwind Tribes are no exception!

If you learn how to use analytics to your advantage with Tribes you’ll be able to focus on specific tribes that drive the most amount of results for you and achieve growth even faster.

When looking at Tribes analytics, I go to Tribes -> Insights -> Tribes Activity and have a look at my best performing tribes. You can sort your tribes according to virality (the number of re-pins received) and reach.

You want to make sure that you’re only submitting pins to the tribes that provide the best results for you, so have a look at what you’re getting on average and if there are any tribes that fall short of that, get rid of them.

Note: It’s best to give new tribes a couple of months before analysing them, otherwise the analytics might not be accurate!

 

 

 

The golden standard is to pin to tribes that have a virality of 1 (or more). This means that for every pin that you submit, you get at least 1 repin. Repins are the currency on Pinterest, and it means that your pins will spread further and further and they’ll get seen by more and more people.

 

 

It’s also important to take a look at the reach that you’re getting from your tribes. You want your pins to be seen by as many people as possible, so stay away from tribes that hinder your reach.

By focusing on submitting pins to those tribes that have a high virality AND a high reach, you’ll be well on your way to increasing your traffic from Pinterest.

 

Tribes Give Pins A Boost That Lasts

 

I’ve spoken to different bloggers and they’ve experienced a similar thing – once your content gets shared on tribes enough times, it gets popular on Pinterest and you can stop sharing it on tribes. It will still get the same traffic, provided that you’ve keyworded your pins well and focused on Pinterest SEO!

 

I dive deeper into my Tailwind Tribes strategy in my 90+ page e-book Explosive Traffic With Tribes which goes over my exact strategy that I used to get 90,000 monthly pageviews to my blog and make my content spread like wildfire.

 

 

If you feel like you’ve tried EVERYTHING with Pinterest with zero results and no one is seeing your posts, Explosive Traffic With Tribes  is for you.

In Explosive Traffic With Tribes, I go over the little known strategies that new AND advanced bloggers can use on Pinterest to double their Pinterest reach in a matter of a few months. I highly recommend this e-book if you’re serious about getting huge traffic from Pinterest!

 

Read These Next

 

How I Got 5 Million Pageviews On Pinterest

Explosive Traffic With Tribes – How I Got 90,000 / monthly Pageviwes With Tailwind Tribes

 

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