Before reading this guide, please note that our strategy is suited for those who have a few thousand followers on Pinterest on all boards (say 5,000 or more). Not a few thousand on one board, a few thousand following your whole account such that they are following every board. While you can certainly follow all tips in this guide with any following size, a few things included are tailored to those with larger followings.
We all know the general procedure for being a model pinner on Pinterest. Pin a few dozen images a day. Pin images that are colorful, contain beautiful scenes, text, and are vertical in orientation. Join group boards. Keep the vast majority of your pins to be by others such that your activity doesn't look like a self-promoting love fest.
In one paragraph I've summed up pretty much every Pinterest article ever written, and outside of this article, every article ever to be written on the subject. So when we get into our approach to running Pinterest via the scheduling tool Tailwind, we'd hope to offer something a bit more in-depth than that because the above is just common knowledge.
With a tool as powerful as Tailwind, Pinterest optimization has never been easier. To help you get more out the service, today we wanted to share our current Pinterest strategies for our travel blogs.
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