You probably already know that Pinterest is great for organizing ideas into virtual vision boards, but might be wondering how could this possibly be used to increase website traffic.
Find out how in this episode of Graphics for Traffic in 60 Seconds.
Read It: Using Pinterest to increase website traffic
This is Graphics for Traffic in 60 Seconds and in this episode we’re talking about how Pinterest Pins lead to website traffic.
How Pinterest works
On Pinterest, you create an image with a description that links back to your website or store.
Your link can lead to
- content, such as a blog post, podcast episode, or video,
- a landing page for a free resource or buyable offer,
- or a direct product page from your store.
You then share this pin to all relevant boards on your account.
People who find your Pin can interactive with it in three ways;
- clicking on it to view it up close,
- clicking the Save button to save it to their own boards (this is also called repinning in the Pinterest community),
- and visiting the page the Pin links to.
Actions you want to focus on
You want to focus on getting people to Save your pins to their own boards and creating Pins that invite users to click through to your website.
Since Pinterest is a search engine, the best content to create and share provides a solution for the intended reader.
Once you have multiple popular pins, you can get some serious free traffic to your website or store.
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