Brett Relander socialmediatoday
Ready to ramp up your efforts on Pinterest? Here are the no-fail guidelines to become a real “pinner.”
You can generate lots of traffic from Pinterest in a short amount of time. You can make your path even quicker if you let these 9 rules guide you to success:
Rule 1: Keep your boards in order. A common mistake is to dump all your content onto one board. Instead, use different boards to break down content in a way that makes sense. This is a way to broaden your reach by reaching out to multiple segments of your audience. Doing this also shows your followers that you respect their time enough to have your content organized.
Rule 2: Image quality matters. For Pinterest, which is all about images, this seems like something that shouldn’t have to be said. Yet many images uploaded are actually blurry or too small. Or, just as bad, have an obvious watermark.
Of course, this guideline should be about much more than just avoiding the bad. Not every image has to be something that qualifies to hang in a museum, but the more effort you put into making your images as professional as possible pays real dividends.