Can You Get Good Traffic From Pinterest to Your Blog in Just 1 Month? [Case Study]

Have you seen the guides and studies that promise a massive amount of traffic from Pinterest to any website? Inspired, I decided to get some traffic from Pinterest to Ahrefs blog.

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Yet, there was a tiny problem… I knew nothing about Pinterest marketing. So I asked Google

         “How can I get traffic from Pinterest?”





       <ol>
        <li>
         Sign up for a business account on Pinterest.
        </li>
        <li>
         Set up relevant boards with keywords in mind and fill them with cool pins.
        </li>
        <li>
         Apply for Rich Pins for your website or blog.
        </li>
        <li>
         Grow your Pinterest following.
        </li>
        <li>
         Get to the relevant group boards.
        </li>
        <li>
         Use catchy, engaging images.
        </li>
        <li>
         Pin consistently. Pin a lot.
        </li>
        <li>
         Show your best pins to the top Pinterest users in your niche.
        </li>
       </ol>



        </p>

       <h2>
        1. Sign up for a business account on Pinterest
       </h2>




       <h3>
        Confirm your website
       </h3>


       <h3>
        Get a &#8220;Save&#8221; button for your website (skipped)
       </h3>






       <h2>
        2. Set up relevant boards with keywords in mind and fill them with cool pins
       </h2>






       <ul>
        <li>
         Online Marketing Tools
        </li>
        <li>
         Content Marketing Tips
        </li>
        <li>
         Growth Hacking
        </li>
        <li>
         Email Marketing
        </li>
        <li>

        </li>
        <li>
         Social Media Marketing
        </li>
        <li>
         Search Traffic

         Keywords
        </li>
        <li>
         Link Building
        </li>
        <li>
         and other similar ones&#8230;
        </li>
       </ul>





       <h3>
        Flourish your boards with cover images
       </h3>





       <h3>
        Show off in your Showcase
       </h3>




       <h2>
        3. Apply for Rich Pins for your website or blog
       </h2>















       <h2>
        4. Grow your Pinterest following
       </h2>






       <h3>
        Find people who pinned stuff from your website
       </h3>





       <h2>
        5. Get to the relevant group boards
       </h2>












       <h2>
        6. Use catchy, engaging images
       </h2>









       <h2>
        7. Pin consistently. Pin a lot
       </h2>

       <ul>
        <li>
         Gael Breton in the comments to Jim Dillon&#8217;s
         <a href="https://zoransimovic.com/pintra-spark-traffic/">
          Pinterest marketing tips
         </a>
         recommended pinning to every group board twice a day.
        </li>
        <li>
         Kevan Lee in his
         <a href="https://zoransimovic.com/pintra-spark-traffic/">
          Pinterest tips study
         </a>
         , based on Buffer&#8217;s experience, said they pinned 5 to 10 times a day.
        </li>
        <li>
         And Courtney Seiter claims that up to
         <a href="https://zoransimovic.com/pintra-spark-traffic/">
          30 pins per day
         </a>
         work well.
        </li>
       </ul>


       <h3>
        Pin it all with Tailwind
       </h3>










       <h2>
        8. Show your best pins to the top Pinterest users in your niche
       </h2>









       <h2>
        Results
       </h2>


       <h3>
        Pinterest Profile
       </h3>








       <h3>
        Our website
       </h3>
















       <h2>
        Should this stop you?
       </h2>

       <h3>
        1. Don&#8217;t overcomplicate your images.
       </h3>










       <h3>
        2. Your readers can boost your traffic from Pinterest
       </h3>








        <h3>
        3. It takes time and consistency to get results
       </h3>






       <h3>
        4. Today it&#8217;s way harder to start getting traffic from Pinterest
       </h3>






       <h3>
        5.

        is not the most visual niche
       </h3>







       <h3>
        6. There&#8217;re also Pinterest Ads that I haven&#8217;t tried
       </h3>



       <h2>
        Over to you
       </h2>















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