Last Updated on October 23, 2021 by scottkandh
So, how do you generate more traffic with a keyword bank? By combining two things together: Keyword Bank + Pinterest. In this post, you’ll find how does a keyword bank help improve traffic to your blog.
What’s the point of the pictures above?
A Keyword Bank + Pinterest = Boost your SEO
Increase your traffic on your blog or on Pinterest via the use of a Keyword Bank. For descriptions of what a keyword bank is, please keep reading.
However, if you want more “detailed instructions” to boost your SEO for your blog or Pinterest, visit SEO Checklist items for WordPress Blogs which includes a Headline Analyzer to increase the likelihood of getting clicks.
Here’s your opportunity to download my Freebie Keyword bank for Bloggers and Pinterest users. The keyword bank can also be used to boost your SEO with the use of focus words and keyword synonyms.
There’s no way that one keyword bank can encompass everything that people have on their blog and/or Pinterest site. The way that this freebie has been made up is exclusive to terminology commonly used on blogs and Pinterest.
Items on the list with an asterisk (*) indicates the expected target audience (anywhere from 500k – 5m). Items without an asterisk don’t have an expected target audience. The point I’m trying to make is that your efforts should be focused to the words that have an asterisk since they have a bigger target audience.
What’s a keyword bank?
A keyword bank is your personal index of words and short descriptions for words. These words are used over and over again in images or on Pinterest in the board descriptions.
To clarify, by building a personal keyword bank your increasing your chances of being find. Using some of the more commonly used words increases the chance that people will land on your Pinterest page or your blog.
Using a keyword bank for Pinterest
Pinterest uses a total of 150 words in the Pinterest Boards description. Especially for your Pinterest Boards use as much descriptions as possible to describe the pins on your board. The more descriptive, the better. Once you’ve typed in too many words, you’ll get a prompt that you’ve exceeded the recommended amount. Then you can wordsmith the words back, but try to keep the sentence structure normal as much as possible within the limits. I’ve found that an abbreviation here and there helps to eliminate a few spaces.
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Before I forget, I wanted to point out that this pin (pictured below) called Use the tips from 40 blogs to bring traffic to “your” blog is a blog post that I wrote that I scrutinized three prior posts/pages (approximately 200 blogs/websites, and/or Pinterest Boards – listed at the bottom of the post) to determine the best 40 Awesome Blogs that will help you Grow your blog in 2021. In Tailwind, this is one of my top pins with 26 repins. The easiest way to find it in my Tailwind is to do a search and simply type 40 and it’ll probably be the 4th pin or so.
I would greatly appreciate your help to repin this in my Tailwind account at (see above for how to find it): https://www.tailwindapp.com/tribe/join?h=KNWbtYlbqCwZOX