How to drive 200K+ traffic to your blog from Pinterest

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When it comes to driving traffic to your blog, there are numerous ways to do it. There are so many social media websites out there that you will often get confused which one to choose from when you are starting out with your blog. Well, this is what happened to me.

A few places from where you can drive traffic or other bloggers are driving traffic.

  • Facebook
  • Pinterest
  • Instagram
  • Tumblr
  • Google Plus
  • Stumbleupon
  • Google Search (Organic Search)

So how should you choose the traffic source for your blog? Why is Pinterest the best traffic source for your blog?

  • Pinterest traffic is free!

    You don’t pay for it, not a single penny! Its true, trust me.
  • You have an insane reach out.

    Pinterest is used by more than 100million people worldwide.

    It means you have a huge exposure to your blog.
  • It’s easy to make your

    blog post viral on Pinterest

    . Pinterest has something called as repins. The more your pin (blog post) gets pinned the more viral you get.
  • Pinterest users spend a lot. Most of the users on

    Pinterest browse pins with an intention and motivation of buying

    something. This means you are sitting right in front of your audience.

  • Pinterest is easy to automate.

    It means you don’t have to spend all your time publishing pins to your Pinterest account. You can

    simply automate

    that and concentrate on building awesome content for your blog.

  • Pins on Pinterest are evergreen.

    It’s not like a post on Facebook or any other social media platform. The more time your pins stay on Pinterest, the more it drives traffic to your website.

    Pins simply never die!
  • Hair and Beauty
  • Food
  • DIY
  • Lifestyle
  • Clothing and Fashion
  • Health and fitness
  • Blogging
  • Arts and Creativity
  • Parenting
  • Home Decor and Improvement
  • And a lot more …
  • It’s too

    tough to build your traffic from Facebook

    , simply because of your reach is very limited.
  • The posts you create on Facebook are

    not evergreen

    . In fact, the

    average life of a post on Facebook is around 5hrs only

  • You will have to

    spend dollars to get your post in front of other people

    . Also, this does not guarantee traffic though!
  • Most famous videos or posts on facebook are cat videos and memes, so you building something incredibly awesome will get buried under those memes which get so many likes and shares (this is sad, I know!).

Steps to drive insane traffic to your blog from Pinterest

1. Create your Pinterest Account

2. Complete your Pinterest profile

  • Your Business name
  • Your profile picture
  • Your Pinterest username
  • About you
  • Your website.

3. Verify your website

Follow these steps to confirm your website

4. Apply for Pinterest Rich Pins


5. Create your own Pinterest Boards

  • Don’t make your board names cute, try to make it easy to search on Pinterest.

    For example, if you are in beauty niche, then you can create a board with name Skin Care Tips or Hair Care Tips. You can also try to be more specific on the name like Smoothies for Aging Skin.

  • Create around 10 boards related to your niche.

    This is required before you can see any follower or traffic to your blog. It will show your readers that you are real and not a robot just trying to get more followers.

  • Make sure you add board descriptions as well to your boards.

    These should also be searchable. You can choose from what people search on Pinterest to create your board description.

  • Make sure to at least 10 pins on each of your boards.

6. Add your own pins and pins of others

7. Follow the best people in your niche

8. Learn Canva and create beautiful and engaging pins

9. Always create vertical pins

10. Stay active on your Pinterest profile

11. Join Group Boards

12. Use a sharing plugin on your blog


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