Over the past few months I have found that my Pinterest has sky rocketed. I went from having less than 10,000 monthly unique views a month to having an average of over 1,000,000 views a month. (This post contains affiliate links, which means I will make a commission at no extra cost to you should you click through and make a purchase.)
In march I found that I wasn’t really getting many impressions, no matter how many pins I pinned or how much I tried to gain it never happened. That was until I decided to sign up to tailwind, a program that helps you to schedule your pins and pins them at times that your pins are mostly seen. This helped to boost my impressions.
It took me a while to pluck up the courage and actually join tailwind as there in a fee to pay, but it isn’t as expensive as a lot of scheduling programs.
I find that since I have been pinning regularly on Pinterest and my impressions have risen on Pinterest, I have also found that any pictures that I link from my blog to Pinterest is bringing in more traffic and a lot more of my posts are being seen by people through using Pinterest.
The image above shows the schedule of when my pins are being posted, white boxes are suggested time slots of when else my pins could do well and be seen by many and the green boxes are the ones that I have highlighted to use. When I first started I only scheduled 20 a day but as I have become more comfortable with using tailwind and more confidence in pinning to my boards I have found that this is slowly rising as I now pin on average 53 images a day.
If tail wind is something that you are thinking of looking into you can access it here and get your first month free!
(This post contains affiliate links, please see disclosure policy here!)