Consistency is necessary to grow your Pinterest account and build results from your marketing efforts.
It’s also the best way to get more followers on Pinterest.
I’m sharing some ways to do this without spending all day on Pinterest in this episode of Graphics for Traffic in 60 Seconds.
Read It: Grow your Pinterest account through consistency
This is another episode of Graphics for Traffic in 60 Seconds and we’re talking about how to maintain consistency to grow your Pinterest account.
Consistency is a key component to building your Pinterest influence. Here are three of the best ways to do so.
First, add at least 1 pin every day.
You want to eventually work your way up to about 30 pins per day, but as a beginner, especially if you have very little content, you should just focus on getting something out there regularly, even if it’s only 1-5 pins.
Second, add some totally new pins every week.
Adding new pins where it’s at right now and you’ll likely see a boost in views and traffic whenever you add something new.
Most of us just don’t have time to log in to Pinterest every day or we just know how distracted we’ll get if we visit the site. If this sounds like you, take a look into Pinterest scheduling.
You can set up a bunch of pins at once and then you don’t have to worry about falling down the Pinterest rabbit hole on a daily basis.
And finally, use a scheduler so you don’t have to be on Pinterest all the time0