DO YOU WANT 1 MILLION RE-PINS ON YOUR PINTEREST IMAGES?
Of course you do! Getting that kind of attention on Pinterest would draw incredible amounts of traffic and sales to your blog and business. Pinterest is by far the best traffic source imaginable. 90% of my traffic comes from Pinterest, more than Google, Facebook and Twitter COMBINED. This is thanks to having high-quality Pinterest images (pins) and keeping up with my steady promotion campaigns. (You can get a copy of my social media schedule to see when, where and how often I post in my free Profitable Blog Toolkit, and read more about crafting your own social media gameplan here). Just this month I hit 900,000 Pinterest page views on a 2-month old account! *happy dance* *raises roof* *wooop there it is!* *space jam dunk* …Can you tell I’m a 90s kid yet?!
If You Are Struggling To Get Traction On Pinterest, You Are Not Alone
There are a few steps you need to take to ensure that your Pinterest account will be seen and adored by the masses, as well as there are a few common newbie mistakes that could be holding you back, too.
My friend Liz Nieman is a Pinterest pro with over a million re-pins on her pins. She knows the tricks to making a viral pin! She just offered this free guide to help other pinners with their Pinterest images and account:
4 Things You’re Doing Wrong On Pinterest (and how to fix them) – scoop that up and find out if you are guilty of any of these problems. They just may be what’s holding you back from killing it in Pinterest! She offers solid actionable ways to fix these problems in the guide too! When you are finished reading the guide you will be able to pinpoint exactly what you need to fix in your Pinterest strategy to get the results you want.
Pinterest Is A Visual Platform, And So One Of The Most Important Things To Have Is High-Quality Graphics For Pins
Take a moment to scroll through the main feed on Pinterest and you will notice that every image in the top search results have something in common. It’s that they are visually pleasing to look at. They are high resolution, the fonts and colors go together, nothing is too loud. It is so important to make beautiful pins if you want people to share them, but unfortunately, design skills aren’t in everyone’s wheelhouse. Knowing how to create Pinterest images that will appeal to others from a design standpoint can be hard to decipher.
If you are having trouble figuring out how to make pin-worthy images, you will be happy to know that Liz also has a very cool online course that will help you! Her course Pinteresting Images will teach you how to succeed on Pinterest by learning to create stunning images that people can’t help but pin. No design degree required! Anyone can enroll, and if you are struggling to break into the Pinterest algorithm I know that you will love this online Pinterest course!
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