How to Grow Your Pinterest

When I first created this blog, I knew I would need a Pinterest account. All of the bloggers I follow said that it’s where they get the majority of their traffic from. So, I created my account, pinned some things, and ended with a whopping 230 views a month. So, how did I grow my Pinterest from 230 views a month to 994k views a month?

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I was spending a few hours every couple of days and seeing next to no results. I thought, there has to be a better way. That’s when I heard about Tailwind and I want to tell you all why I love it so much. Plus, how it’s still helping me grow. So, here’s a little guide on how to grow your Pinterest with Tailwind.

Scheduling

One of the main things that drew me to Tailwind was the ability to schedule my pins. I do not have a lot of free time and I know the best way to grow it to post at different times of the day. Most of us though, don’t have time to get on Pinterest 10 times a day to post a new pin. Currently, I use Tailwind to schedule somewhere between 15-20 pins a day at all different times and it has grown my Pinterest to 994k monthly views.

Right now, I take about an hour a week and schedule my pins for the next week. It’s saved me so much time and that’s why I am in love with Tailwind.

Tribes

Tailwind also has this great feature called tribes. The great thing about tribes is that you join people with similar interest to your own and it’s essentially a pool of pins and you can put your own pins in there as well. It saves so much time because you don’t have to search through Pinterest to find relevant pins.

Also, you’re able to talk to your tribemates which is super great. When Camp NaNoWriMo was happening, a lot of our tribemates joined together and made a cabin.

Overall

So, I grew my Pinterest not only into the thousands per month but into 994k monthly views! Also, it’s priced pretty reasonably, considering how much time it saves you and how much it grows your Pinterest. I highly suggest it to anyone who’s trying to grow their Pinterest account. This and joining group boards is what grew my account so quickly in less than a year.

So, if you want to try Tailwind, click here. You won’t regret it. Also, if you want to see more of my blogging tips, please click here. I also want to mention that I only do affiliate posts if I actually believe in the product and I honestly believe that Tailwind is the only reason my Pinterest grew as fast and continues to grow like it does. Happy pinning, everyone!

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2 Comments

  1. I joined tailwind a few months ago but haven’t been taking it seriously.

    Did you say you get up to 994k views a month!! Heading off to tailwindapp right away!

    1. I highly recommend it! Also, yes I did! It is a bit lower now, though, because I am trying some different things with Pinterest and Tailwind to see what yields the best results. But, once I figure out all the tips I’ll definitely be back to make an updated post about everything I do for Pinterest.

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