3. Use frequently searched words to boost your descriptions. Just posted something awesome on your blog and can't wait to share it on your Pinterest page? Search a generic title idea, like I did for "hand scrub" below, and see what other words and phrases users are searching for. I went from calling this pin "Pumpkin Spice Latte Hand Scrub" to those detailed descriptions below to get more search views.
PinGroupie is a great resource, and usually if you comment on a group board and ask to be added, the admins will happily add you.
5. If it fits on more than one board, then pin it more than once. Like I said before, Pinterest is far less organic than it used to be. If you posted the same photo to two or three boards within 5 minutes, your followers would see those photos back to back. Now, it can be hours or days before that pin appears to them, so why not double or triple your chance of being seen by adding a pin to more than one board. I added the pin below to my fall holidays and DIY boards and created different descriptions to be seen on more pages and in more searches.
my Pinterest page if you'd like to check it out - I'd appreciate it! Good luck "going viral!"
- Do you use Pinterest?
- Do you have any suggestions for your fellow bloggers?