This page, testing A B Freebie pins is a temporary holding place for the Pinterest pins which I plan to move to the Freebies page. The pins that will be moved will be the top performing pins in terms of Pinterest Impressions and/or the number of Saves.
NOTE: This page is still in progress and I’m putting on the finishing touches. But today I need to concentrate on some house chores which I’ve been neglecting. So instead of putting my time and energy into my blog, I’m switching priorities and I’ll resume the rest of the page tomorrow. So please bear with me while I make the changes (i.e., add the rest of the Freebie pins). Thank You.
I was looking at one of my old posts and it occurred to me that it didn’t have a lot of pins which is probably why the Freebies weren’t getting a lot of subscriptions. I was contemplating adding more pins to the Freebies page; however, I didn’t want to add a whole bunch more of freebie pins on the page so that it looked too overbearing.
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I had thought about hiding pins on the Freebies page which is what prompted me to write this page. It would take a considerable amount of time to hide 50 or more pins (because I want to make at least 10 pins for all of my freebies and more for the 5-part Basic Series pins as well). I’ve never purposely made a post or page where I’ve tried to hide the pins.
Most of the time I’ll make a whole bunch of pins, and then save them to a specific folder and I usually put about 10 pins at the bottom of a post and I leave ’em there. For the first time ever, I’m going to experiment with hiding one or two pins for the sake of practice. The one or two pins that I’ll hide are two random ones that I’ve already published.
What I suggest is to take a look at your ConvertKit forms and see which one of your landing pages aren’t getting subscribers and that’s the one or two that you’ll want to hide. I toyed around with hiding an image by looking at a post called How to Hide Pinterest images on your Blog.
However, after reading the post, I’m reluctant to hide a pin because I don’t know how it will or may affect Google when it indexes the site. There is a place in ThirstyAffiliates that says: Hide Pinterest pin in content. But I’ve never used it before. So my guess is that “every” Pinterest pin that has the same affiliate link would be hidden. So I’ll play with hiding pins later. If you know how to use this in ThirstyAffiliates I’d love for you to share your comments so I can learn more about it.
Normally when I add a bunch of new Pinterest pins, I’ll add them to a gallery and update the URL in the gallery but it’s a little hard to update the URLs if you want to make changes. An easier way to update the URLs without going into the image gallery is to upload your images by using three or four columns. That way you can easily update the URL.
At the bottom of this page, I’ve added more pins for my How to Grow your Blog Series Post – it’s comprised of five (5) Parts. Each of the parts will concentrate on aspects to help you grow your blog.
Below are pins for my freebies. Note: I have a Free Online Blogging Mini-Course and all you need to do to enroll is provide your name and e-mail address.
These pins right below are the ones that I’m in the process of making 10 more pins for each freebie. I’ll be deleting these from the page when it gets published. In the meantime, they’re still there for you to see.
Testing A B Freebie pins
1. Blogging and Pinterest 101 E-Book
The file Blogging and Pinterest 101 e-Book is 141 pages and 25MB in size. Be sure to check your downloads button. And don’t forget that you’ll need to confirm your e-mail address first. Once you’ve confirmed your email address you should be able to see the file in your browser.
If you’re a new blogger, this will be a very helpful checklist to get your blog launched and started in a fairly quick amount of time. A good augmented course to go along with this is my Free Blogging Mini Course. NOTE: My Pinterest Boards (in the file that you’re about to open has changed – here’s the link for my Pinterest Boards >> https://www.pinterest.com/pinartwork52/_created/).
3. Free Yoast SEO Checklist
Note: To boost and learn about SEO for your blog, check out my blog post called:
SEO Checklist Items for WordPress Blogs. Below are several pins that I’ve created for the Freebies page to promote a SEO Checklist freebie of 20 Checklist items pertaining to SEO for when you feel like SEO is overwhelming.
4. Download my Freebie Keyword Bank for Bloggers or Pinterest users
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.
This freebie Keyword bank is going to save you a lot of valuable time while you’re learning to navigate being a blogger and learning how to use Pinterest.
6. A Checklist to make a Tripwire for your Blog
7. Ultimate Guide to making Graphics
8. SEO e-Book (it’ll need to be put into ThirstyAffiliates, maybe that will produce more hits for some of the freebies because of the long names that they were using).
When you click on the picture below, you’ll be sent to my post SEO Checklist items for WordPress Blogs. When you click on the image on that post, and if you’d like the post in e-Book format. If you subscribe to my blog, as a gift for subscribing you’ll be provided with this post in an e-Book format. It’s a handy reference, and easier for you to use to boost your SEO.
9. PinArtwork Graphic Ease – add to ThirstyAffiliates
10. 20 Free Pinterest Templates – I messed that up with 20 and 200 free pinterest templates.
Jump on over to my post listed below and navigate to item #14.
Part 1 – Learning the secrets of blogging success by using funnels – Available. https://pinartwork.com/learning-the-secrets-of-blogging-success-by-using-funnels/
a. Subscribe to the PinArtwork blog and I’ll e-mail you the code to get the 20 Free Pinterest Templates listed on that post (to subscribe, see Opt-in to the right – in sidebar).
b. Click on that Landing Page (on the below link, item #14) and fill out the form
Part 2 – An Ultimate Guide to making Blog Graphics in Canva with step-by-step instructions. Available.
Part 3 – A Blog Post Checklist of 52 Types of various Blog posts to substantially grow your blog (WordPress, Yoast SEO, and Headline Analyzer). Available. https://pinartwork.com/52-types-of-various-blog-posts-to-substantially-grow-your-blog/https://pinartwork.com/52-types-of-various-blog-posts-to-substantially-grow-your-blog/
Part 4 – Jetpack and Google Analytics – How to properly examine your Pinterest Analytics – Available. https://pinartwork.com/how-to-properly-examine-your-pinterest-analytics/ How to grow your blog traffic by using these two programs.
Part 5 – Using Tailwind to grow your blog – There are two sections to this part of Tailwind.
Section 1 – A list of 75 Tailwind Communities to grow your blog. The title of the post was written when Tailwind Communities were called Tailwind Tribes (pin on the left).
Section 2 – Ultimate Guide for using the improved Tailwind – This is an updated post to Tailwind about learning the basics of using Tailwind. Because the Tailwind program has changed the layout of the program (pin on the right).
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