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Did you know that about 80% of Pinterest’s daily traffic comes from mobile devices? With the smartphone revolution going on, it’s not a surprise that a lot of people like to use their Pinterest app on the go. Whether it’s to look up the perfect recipe while shopping for groceries, or looking for inspirations for their next haircut, the Pinterest app helps millions make lifesty ...
Getting more repins is a vital part of your Pinterest marketing strategy, as this can ensure that people are visiting your website weeks after you’ve initially pinned your content. According to one Pinterest study, 30% of click-throughs for a pin happen after the second day it’s posted. In the world of social media, that’s an incredibly long life span for click-throughs.
I’ve often been asked what the difference between Pinterest and Instagram marketing is and which one is right for a business’ social media plan. On the surface they both look similar – people glancing through pictures, browsing at what they like – but then that’s where the similarities end. Let’s dive in deeper to see what the differences between both networks are.
In the world of Pinterest marketing, you are required to not only curate the best-written content for your audience but also find content that is visually stunning. Doing this is not easy, especially if you are pinning 10-15 times a day. If you’re pinning content on a daily basis for your business or for your clients, then you definitely know good Pinterest marketing can take ...
Before you continue reading this article, make sure you head to part 1 of How to Develop a Winning Pinterest Strategy and check out the infographic with all 11 tips at the bottom of this page! 6) Find Your Go-To Pinners Once you have an idea of the type of content that you want to create on Pinterest, it’s also important to determine who else’s content that you want to share with your audience.
Are you looking to market on Pinterest but not too sure where to start? In this series, I offer ten guidelines to help you develop a winning Pinterest strategy from scratch. 1) Decide Who Your Core Audience Is The first thing you need to do when developing a Pinterest strategy is to determine who your audience is and whether your audience is on Pinterest.
Still not on Pinterest? If you’re a blogger it might be time to get serious about marrying Pinterest with your blog. Pinterest can provide a hand full of benefits for those that are ready to take their blog to the next level. One of the main benefits of Pinterest is that it could provide massive amounts of traffic to your blog, whether it’s through Pinterest promotions, or by ...