4 quick ways to create multiple Pinterest Pins for one link

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Pinterest values unique content more now than ever before, so you need to create multiple Pinterest Pins for each link you want to promote.

While it can seem time-consuming, it at least means you’ll be able to keep promoting your link over and over without using the same graphics too many times and looking like a spammer.

This is often difficult for people to either come up with ideas for new Pins or they spend too much time creating new Pins from scratch.

Here are 4 ways to make your work quite a bit easier and take less time.

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Here are 4 ways to create multiple Pinterest Pin graphics for a single link here on Graphics for Traffic in 60 Seconds.

1. Changing photos

Swapping an image is probably the simplest way to create a new pin from an older one.

Changing a photo or background can give your pin an entirely different look.

2. Changing colors and layouts

As you create pin designs, try changing up some colors, creating light and dark versions, or using a different design layout entirely.

Try creating at least 5 different design templates so you can pick some or all to use on one link.

3. Use variations of headlines

You can also use different variations of your post title. You might go through a few different titles when you’re creating your content.

Keep them written down somewhere so you can try these titles out as Pins.

4. Use quotes from your content

One last way is to use quotes or subheadings from your content.

These could be for new pin headlines or to provide a list or an outline of your content so people know exactly what to expect when they click through to your site.

Pinterest Graphic Resources

For tools that you can use to create graphics for Pinterest, check out this post with 4 design tools for Pinterest that no one else seems to be talking about.

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