For the love of Pinterest

https://www.pinterest.com/holley4734/pins/

In the last few months, I have noticed how many bloggers, especially book bloggers, do not have a Pinterest share button. Why?! I just want to share your posts on Pinterest. Occasionally, I create pins for other blogs just so I can share their post.

Some people don’t like Pinterest or see the value. I don’t get a million views from Pinterest but I get enough to make it worthwhile.

Personally, I do not spend a ton of time on social media anymore. I have streamlined my sharing process so it’s less than 30 minutes a day.

Everything that I can share from my blog automatically is set up that way. At the moment, Pinterest is not set up to share the first post. If you set up a tailwind account, you can schedule Pins to share. It’s not totally necessary but it’s an option.

I can only think of five things that are really easy. If you are a blogger and want people to see your posts, then what can it hurt?

  1. Use good images. Pinterest is very visual. Images are what people see first.
  2. Put things from your blog on their own board. Also add your blog link to your profile.
  3. Share on a group board or on a Facebook group for Pinterest.
  4. Put a share button on your blog. For every post. Please. Please. Please.
  5. Figure out what works for you and your blog.

If you are interested in learning more, here are some helpful posts about Pinterest.

Pinterest Basics

Using Tailwind

Organize Your Pins

Pinterest Group Boards

Please for the love of Pinterest, get a share button so I can share your posts!

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