Are Tailwind Tribes Effective for Pinterest?

Are TailWind Tribes effective for Pinterest

Pinterest is the best platform for building your business but it can be overwhelming. Using Tailwind and specifically, the “tribes” feature takes the guesswork out of scheduling and makes it easy to find the users who want to engage with your content. What is Tailwind for Pinterest? Simply put, Tailwind is the best scheduling app…

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Is Pinterest Good for Blogging?

Pinterest is the third-largest social network in the United States (behind Facebook and Instagram)? If you don’t have a strategy for Pinterest in your marketing plan now is the time.  Pinterest is an outlet for education. Yes, Pinterest is all about the pictures, but it’s what those pictures link to that’s important, which is why it’s…

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Creating A Viral Pin for Pinterest: Pinterest Case Study

The visual inspiration of Pinterest is undeniable and can spark wonders in the imagination. The difference between simply pinning photos and truly making an impactful and successful pinterest pins, is based on following several principals that are easy to follow. Pinterest can be a very rewarding experience, especially when you are able to design an…

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How to Build Revenue Organically

The key to making money on Pinterest is by creating Pins that create brand awareness, then driving those leads to your website, email list, landing page, etc. So you are using Pinterest to get attention and drive the traffic.

Every company wants to see growth. It’s a sign that what we are doing, our marketing efforts, our outreach, the time we spend online is “working.”  If used correctly, Pinterest can do all those things: increase your following, drive traffic to your website, and build your email subscriber list.  Pinterest is as much of a…

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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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