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Welcome! If you have been following me since the beginning, then you probably know how often I said that I’m working hard on my Pinterest strategy. If you are new in this blogging community, maybe this is the first time you are hearing about Pinterest, maybe you never knew how beneficial Pinterest is for your blog and biz, OR maybe you knew but don’t really know how to use Pinterest?
After I started using Pinterest in June 2020 and implemented my Pinterest strategy, I can see my blog traffic and Pinterest monthly views are increasing every week. I’m not saying I’m a Pinterest expert or my strategy works well. Let’s say that I’m still in phase 3 of 10 – there is still a long way to go!
Other than Twitter, my 3rd biggest source for blog traffic is Pinterest. There was a day when I woke up in the morning and checked my blog traffic (I hadn’t started promoting my blog that day) and was surprised by the views that I got from Pinterest. Not much (less than 50 clicks) but I was shocked because lately Pinterest is really confusing.
BUT, there are a lot of bloggers who don’t talk about Pinterest in detail. SO today I’m going to share some Pinterest strategy with you!
Previously, I emailed Pinterest because my views decreased and I got their response that said my account was mistakenly flagged as spam! Since Pinterest changed their algorithm back in 2020, many bloggers experienced the same: a very drastic drop in their monthly impressions, clicks, and saves.
This is actually one of the reasons I took a lot of breaks from Pinterest at the end of 2020.
After some thought, I back again uploading new pins every day in January 2021. I use my templates to increase my views and clicks. Guess what? It works! Now I regularly received saves and clicks for both old and new pins. Not much but it proves that my hard works pay off.