How does Pinterest Search work?

How does Pinterest Search work?

Each month Pinterest has 320 million users who are looking for inspiration (and usually researching something to buy.) This means that you need to be optimizing your pins.

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Is A Duplicated Pinterest Pin Description Really A Problem?

Are Duplicated Pinterest Pin Descriptions Really A Problem?

Compelling Pinterest pin descriptions should entice the reader to click for more info and should include a direct call to action.

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Should I Be Worried About Updating Past Pins?

Back in 2014, Pinterest updated their algorithm so that instead of being purely chronological, Pinterest created the Smart Feed, so does this mean we need to focus on updating past pins?  Now, Pinterest decides when to show your pin based on four different things Domain quality – aka – how often users pin content from…

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Pinning in Real-Time or Pinterest Scheduler: What gets better results?

Pinning in Real-Time or Scheduling?

Do you need to be manually scheduling your pins or can you use a pinterest scheduler? Have you been hesitant to try a 3rd party scheduling platform like Tailwind because you’ve heard it will hurt your traffic?  Using a scheduling tool can make your pinning so much easier, but if you’ve been nervous to try it…

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Should you buy pinterest followers?

Do Followers on Pinterest Matter?

How important are followers and should you consider the strategy to buy pinterest followers? This is a burning question that we often get from our clients and in the Facebook Group.  It seems like this is being emphasized again with the new “follower” button. Followers do matter, but they are not as important as you…

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