Pinterest Scheduling

This is the first time I have updated my Pinterest scheduling page since 2018 and in 2020 my practices have changed a little. I am not saying I am an expert at scheduling on Pinterest by any means but we do (my wife who runs the piano site we are promoting) and I do have some success Pinterest when it comes to getting clicks to our site.

Here is my 2020 video on how I schedule:

Below is an excerpt from a post I made in 2018 and you can see how much I have personalised my stye of posting since then. Yet there are many occasion where it is useful to post many times per day and I run you through this from this point on.

You may easily think the process I use looks a little impersonal and mass-produced. And you are right there. At the same time, I can’t see the sense in culturing well-thought-out pins that people won’t even see.

What I love about Pinterest is that you can continue to receive backlinks and real traffic to your website long after you have made your Pin. And you have a permanent backlink which has the potential of going semi-viral at any stage. This is a lot different from other more popular social media sits where the rewards for your effort evaporate almost as fast as you hit the post key.

My 2018 Pinterest Video

Image adapted from CC0 by Pete Linforth (Pinterest)

 

I’ve been pinning like this for about a year now on and off and to give you an idea of the results the account

Avg. monthly viewers
328,902
Avg. monthly engaged
23,671
 
This results in about 60 people visiting the site a day through Pinterest and thousands of backlinks.  Then while this is better than nothing cant really say I’m a Pinterest expert the results make the time and effort worthwhile at this stage..
 
 
 
 

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