Last Updated on October 12, 2020 by scottkandh
There are 5 resources that you need to improve your Pinterest and put a spotlight on it to boost its Search Engine Optimization (SEO) performance. Click here if you want to focus on SEO for your blog. These 5 essential resources are listed below (in the diagram).
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- Tailwind – Tailwind’s at the top of the list because it makes the pinning process so much easier. Select the pins that need to be added to various boards at various intervals throughout the day. Tailwind allows you the great flexibility to copy one pin to multiple boards of your choosing. You can also copy pins to different tribes so that your favorite pin can get more exposure to bigger audiences.
The trial to Tailwind is based on 100 scheduled Pins. For your information, Instagram, Pinterest, and Tailwind are separate paid subscriptions. One major reason to use Tailwind is that Tailwind is a Pinterest and Instagram Partner.
My sincere apologies. I’m learning all of the nuances in using WordPress. One of these is that I need to be careful in inserting new images (the one above) into posts that I want to make updates. In the process of adding the above image, all of my other information was erroneously deleted. I have reinput the material and added links.
2. Canva – A terrific program to make pins for your blog which can be pinned to Pinterest.
3. Keyword Bank – A Keyword bank is essential for making the descriptions that you need to do for various pins (sometimes over and over again). By having a keyword bank you can refer to your key words and then use those keywords to naturally build a description for your pin.
4. MiloTree Pop-up – this was one of the very first plug-ins I used to allow users to see a follow-me button to Pinterest. Very easy to use and set-up.
5. Pinterest Browser button – this is a very useful utility in your browser that you can select the pin of your choice to put into Pinterest. One suggestion that I offer, is that before you click on the Pinterest Browser button is to log-in to your Pinterest account. Here’s the link for the Chrome version. I couldn’t locate the link for the Firefox version. If you find it, please drop me a comment, so I can update this post. Thank you.
How to make the most out of Pinterest?
Check out these highly-recommended Pinterest tools and resources.
- A Pinterest Online Course for new bloggers to show you how to set up a blog, grow it, and use Pinterest the right way. For the first four subscribers to my blog, you’ll get emailed a promo code to take the course for Free (normally costing $30).
- SEO Checklist items for WordPress Blogs – my number #1 Blog Post. NOTE: But this blog post is quickly catching up to it and might surpass it.
- Top 10 Questions everyone working with Pinterest should know how to answer
- New bloggers: Be sure to check out: “How to generate marketing for your blog.” Because having a marketing plan for Pinterest and your Blog allows you to concentrate on the four main elements of a marketing plan:
- Freebies: Free resources for you to download and use as ready-references.
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