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Pinterest Tip #14 – Notification Alerts

Use the notifications alert to identify pinning ideas Pinterest is showing you. When Pinterest is alerting you of things and pins that are popular or that you may be interested, take that opportunity and start pinning. Rumor has it that Pinterest will “elevate” your account and show more of your ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #13 – On-Brand Content

Only pin on-brand content. Pinterest does in fact limit the total number of pins you can share over time per account, and this is where the concept of quality over quantity comes into play. When we talk about on-brand content, we mean that only content relevant to our audience and subject matter ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #12 – Using Secret Boards

Use secret boards to hide stuff you don’t want your readers to see or that may be irrelevant to your audience.Just because you may not see a ton of recipes on my boards doesn’t mean I don’t have recipes stored on my Pinterest account. I don’t talk about recipes and food on my main blog, so I keep ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #11 – High-Quality Content

Find high-quality content. Always keep the good stuff coming from your blog and website. If you want to drive traffic back to your website, you have to deliver good material. And, you’re only going to want to follow people you can actually re-pin content from. It’s good to keep a notebook of search ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #10 – About Those Lifestyle Boards…

Keep the number of lifestyle boards in check. You don’t need to create a ton of lifestyle boards or follow a ton of them, either. Everything in moderation. If you’re not blogging about lifestyle options and solutions, then lifestyle may not exactly be relevant to your audience, even though it seems ... READ the POST

Pinterest Tip #9 – Pin Descriptions

Full descriptions in your pins is best. You’re allotted about 500 characters for your pin’s description, so try to ensure you’re using all of the available space given to you. Pinners will only see a short preview, so be sure to wow them with the first sentence, followed with some hashtags. Don’t ... READ the POST

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