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
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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