Pinterest marketing from A to Z

Pinterest is one of the most powerful tools to drive traffic to your website.

Either you’re just getting familiar with the platform or you’re planning to take your Pinterest marketing to the next level, on this page you will find all of the Pinterest tips and tricks, from A to Z.

Learn the basics of Pinterest and how this platform works on Foolproof Pinterest strategy for bloggers. This article covers how I got from 0 to 4K followers (now 7K and counting) and how my website traffic grew from a few people per day (if lucky) to hundreds, daily.

You will also learn all of the basics you need to know before getting started: how to prepare your website for Pinterest success, what you’ll need to do on Pinterest and similar.

There will be no new information for you if you’ve already studied the basics of Pinterest marketing and know how this platform functions. Scroll down for more!

If you already know the basics and are tired of all the same advice you might find in the first section, make sure to learn how to actually optimize your site, your images and your posts for a full Pinterest potential!

On How to write a blog post that will go viral on Pinterest, you’ll learn WHY my viral posts actually went viral. I’ve reviewed all of the similar features these posts have that have caused them to be widely popular and, eventually, go viral on Pinterest. Until this day, most of these posts drive me the most of the traffic I get.

While not directly related to Pinterest, you still might find useful these Actionable steps to grow your blog faster.

Once you start using Pinterest on a daily basis, you might find it necessary to use scheduling tools instead of manual Pinning. The latest Pinterest updates let us know that there is no difference between manual pinning and scheduling so fear no more!

Boardbooster used to be one of the most popular Pinterest scheduling tools but it had a short life and now Tailwind seems to be the best solution for all scheduling enthusiasts.

Even the most professional Pinterest users tend to overlook some of the mistakes they might be making. Besides that, the platform makes so many updates that sometimes we just miss crucial changes.

To avoid losing an audience, make sure to read Which of these Pinterest mistakes are you making?!

Although I have always had rather impressive success with Pinterest marketing, there were several roadblocks I had for even bigger traffic. It’s time to review and admit your mistakes to improve your Pinterest strategy!

Pinterest is an always changing platform, especially, lately.

While one day using hashtags on Pinterest is the worst possible idea, it takes another day or two for the story to change completely. The same goes for many other features and strategies.

On my article Why your Pinterest followers matter (again), what are Communities and other updates, you can read more about all of the Pinterest’s latest features, as of Autumn 2018.

Pinterest Communities definitely is one of the most important updates since it changes the whole way Pinterest functions! Pinterest Communities actually mean that now Pinterest is not only a search engine but also a social network. While some might frown upon this idea, it is an exciting thought for those who prefer Pinterest over any other social sites.

To activate Pinterest communities on your Pinterest account, you need to join your first community. Most likely, you’ll have to do it via Phone App instead of desktop. But, once it’s done, you’ll have Community Tab both on phone and desktop.