You keep hearing that Pinterest is a traffic-generating machine and you want in on it. Unfortunately, none of the techniques you’ve tried or the courses you’ve purchased have given you the results you need. It’s frustrating! You’re smart, you’re successful and you cannot figure out why this Pinterest thing is giving you so much trouble. I’ve been watching from a distance and wishing I could wave a magic wand your way. I couldn’t find said wand, so I settled on a research-packed resource to help you tame the Pinterest beast once and for all.
PINTEREST MISTAKES BLOGGERS MAKE & SIMPLE WAYS TO FIX THEM
Pinterest accounts for 50% of my traffic and 90% of my social referral traffic. I am not spending hours to make that happen and many of my top, consistently performing pins are ugly ones from years ago! When I put my results up against all the expert strategies out there, there was a clear disconnect. The more research I did, the more I discovered that many of these strategies were based on luck, gaming the system or way too much work to be worth it.
So, I went on a deep dive and ended up discovering over 50 Pinterest mistakes bloggers were making. Thankfully, I never found just one blogger making all 50 mistakes, but a few probably came close ;-). I categorized these mistakes into three key areas: mistakes bloggers make on Pinterest itself, mistakes they make on their blogs and mistakes they make in their Pinterest strategy. Here are a few:
Pinterest Mistakes Bloggers Make on the Platform
- A weak Pinterest profile.
- Not having enough boards or having the wrong boards.
- Thinking like a blogger rather than a Pinterest user.
- Keyword stuffing.
Pinterest Mistakes Bloggers Make on Their Blogs
- Including a pinnable image that won’t do well on Pinterest.
- Hiding pinnable images incorrectly.
- Misusing the alt tag and title tag.
- Starting blog posts with a disclosure sentence.
- Not making it easy for people to pin and share.
Pinterest Strategy Mistakes Bloggers Make
- Joining the wrong group boards and Tailwind Tribes.
- Participating in all-or-nothing Pinterest groups.
- Having the wrong kind of blog for Pinterest.
- Not pinning what people need when they need it.
- Ignoring Pinterest stats.
- Overthinking it.
I’m excited to have pulled together a resource that provides manageable steps for addressing these mistakes. Here’s what’s included:
- Solutions for over 50 Pinterest mistakes bloggers make
- Actionable steps to adjust your Pinterest strategy
- Research-based insight on Pinterest success
- A sustainable Pinterest strategy that takes the long view
- Insight from a fellow blogger with a decade of experience
- No fluff, no unrealistic promises, no explosions, just practical results-focused advice
- Bonus planning materials
- Access to a private Facebook group
If you’ve downloaded my free PINTEREST MISTAKES CHECKLIST FOR BLOGGERS, you know I cover a lot. You’ll walk away with a clear understanding of why some things work on Pinterest, why some things don’t and why some popular strategies might be creating problems for you in other areas of your blog.
If you’ve made it all the way to the bottom of the page, I’m guessing you’re ready to order now. Grab your copy for just $17. Your payment is secure and handled by PayPal. You don’t need a PayPal account to purchase and I do not keep your information on file.
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