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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Is Pinterest only for middle-aged women?

Is Pinterest is only for middle-aged women

Pinterest is an untapped resource to showcase your brand, service, or product.  Most people think that Pinterest is just for middle-aged women to decorate their houses.   But that is not the case anymore. 70% of all pins saved on Pinterest come from businesses. If you are not leveraging Pinterest for business, you are missing out! …

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How often should You Pin?

How often should I pin?

Deciding how many times a day to Pin on Pinterest needs to be strategic.   You don’t want to Pin too often or it will overwhelm your audience. But if you Pin too infrequently, then the algorithms won’t notice you.  Unfortunately, there really isn’t a magic number for how many times you should Pin each day.…

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Pinterest Rich Pins will negatively impact your traffic.

Too often people think that users will view all the information on Pinterest and never go to your website if Rich Pins are enabled. Our clients are getting amazing results WITH Rich Pins enabled.

What is a Rich Pin on Pinterest? Pinterest rich pins are when the metadata is right on the Pin itself, instead of a user having to go to the original site to see it.   When Rich Pins are enabled, the metadata is pulled directly from your website into the Pin. This is independent of the…

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Pinterest Case Study: Do Pinterest followers matter?

How important are followers going forward? It seems like this is being emphasized again with the new “follower” button. Followers do matter, but they are not as important as you think. It’s not the number of followers that matter, but the engagement. Pinterest pays attention to how engaged your followers are with your content. You want an authentic audience.

It seems like this is being emphasized again with the new “follower” button. Followers do matter, but they are not as important as you think. It’s not the number of followers that matter, but the engagement. Pinterest pays attention to how engaged your followers are with your content. You want an authentic audience. At the…

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