Last Updated on June 10, 2021 by scottkandh
A Pinterest Checklist with Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Tips
|Regularly and religiously pin to Pinterest. |
If possible, create at least 2 fresh new pins per day.
|Review your Pinterest Analytics in a Business account to see which pins and boards are performing well. These are where you need to devote your focus.||Again, review Pinterest Analytics to see what’s popular. Decide if you can create new content for your popular boards or create new pins for them.|
|Pin to the most relevant board first and foremost.||Write at least 1 – 2 new blog posts per week with quality content.||Review your planning calendar to examine seasonal content that can be pinned and made for Pinterest. Plan 30 – 45 days out before the holiday arrives.|
|Don’t pin the same pin to more than one board. No duplicates!||Use Tailwind’s Create to do a batch of beautiful new pins. I think that the free limit is 10 -15 per month. There’s also paid versions of 100/mo. and 300/mo.||Keep track of your blogging stats. It’s easy to do if you make a monthly Blogging Self-Reflection.|
|Use Tailwind to schedule some pins so that they are done quietly in the background while you work on your content or promote your blog.||At least once a week, go to Facebook and promote your blog by answering questions people have about blogging. Pro-Tip: Be sure to put your name and blog name at the end of your comment (i.e. Scott | PinArtwork).||Review some of your older blog posts and update them. Don’t forget to use the plug-in that keeps track of your updated blog posts.|