makes it easy to schedule pins in advance and provides you with multiple options for more efficient scheduling, such as;
—go to any website and click on this bookmarklet. You get to choose which picture you put in the pin. When clicked on, the picture will lead people to the website you were on when you used the Pin Scheduler bookmarklet.
from your computer or Facebook – if have a unique image that you took and want to put it on Pinterest this feature makes it possible.
Google Image Search
—this feature makes it easy for you to get images from Google and schedule them. You don’t have to upload a Google image to your computer and then upload the file to ViralWoot, it skips that step for you.
After you choose the image, you will come to the ViralWoot dashboard where you can schedule your pin.
The final step is to choose the date and time that the pin will be published and then click “Schedule Now.”
ViralWoot lets you schedule up to 100 pins for free every month, if you want more you’ll have to pay.
Scheduling pins at different times gives you the power to promote your blog posts on Pinterest even when you’re not at your computer.
As you build your audience on Pinterest, you should start to schedule 10-15 pins per day so you can reach your audience more often.
#5: Grow a targeted audience
Your audience is the most important determinant of whether Pinterest drives traffic to your blog or not.
If your audience appreciates your content, they will visit your boards and engage with your pins regularly.
All of this engagement will lead to more exposure for your blog.
The secret to building an engaged audience on Pinterest is to target people who are active in your niche.
There are two main ways to build a targeted audience on Pinterest;
Look for successful people and brands in your niche and follow their followers
Look for successful boards related to your niche and follow their followers
For example, I look for successful Pinterest accounts in digital marketing with a high number of followers but also a good amount of engagement for their pins.
For instance, I would follow some of Social Media Today’s followers – with over 80,000 followers and lots of engagement.
If I wanted to get more specific, I could look for their top boards about digital marketing and exclusively follow the people who follow those boards.
Following the followers of ideal accounts and boards is a key part of growing a targeted audience on Pinterest.
What do you think?
What tactics have you used to drive traffic to your blog from Pinterest?
What tactic is your favorite?
Please share your thoughts and advice in the comments below.
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