Pinterest Group Boards – are they inflating your page views on Pinterest?
If you’ve ever googled the subject of Pinterest (or searched on Pinterest around the topic) – you’ll see a HEAP of posts about how people grew their Pinterest views to dizzying heights.
And while these numbers are seductive, the problem is that page views on Pinterest don’t really tell you very much.
All that number really means is that your pins have been SHOWN that many times on the platform.
And let’s break that down.
A common strategy is to join a gazillion group boards. And to then pin and repin your content across all those group boards, multiple times a day.
Let’s say you’re on a bunch of boards that have hundreds of fellow pinners.
Multiply the number of people on the boards by the number of boards you’re on. Then multiply THAT by the number of times you’re pinning to those boards.
Add in the fact that lots of group boards require you to pin out when you pin in – and if everyone is sticking to the rules – then your pins are going to be seeing a lot of action on Pinterest. In terms of being seen on the platform.
What these numbers don’t tell you, is how much engagement your pins are getting.
And beyond THAT, those numbers don’t say a thing about how much website traffic is being generated.
I’m not saying Pinterest page views are meaningless – there’s definitely some correlation between page views and traffic.
But you need to be sure that your content is aligned with the group boards you’re part of.
And pinning and repinning the same content over and over isn’t necessarily going to bring more traffic (even if it brings more page views on Pinterest).
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Pinterest isn’t a platform that you need to be on all day, every day. So, if you want:
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Here’s how it’s going to work:
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- Day 1: Find out what your ideal client is looking for on Pinterest (so you can meet them where they’re at)
- Day 2: Become a Pinterest SEO expert and optimise your account for rapid growth
- Day 3: Set up your Pinterest boards the RIGHT way (the first time)
- Day 4: Headline hacks – how to create pins that beg to be clicked on!
- Day 5: How to create your weekly in pins in just a few short minutes (even if you suck at design)
- Day 6: Maximise your reach on Pinterest – how to pin strategically
- Day 7: Let’s put it all on autopilot!
BONUS: I know that pin creation can be the roadblock for many people, so I’ll include a copy of my Pinterest Template bundle for everyone who joins The Pinterest Bootcamp. These are 20 professionally design pin templates that you can ‘plug’n’play’ for your own brand!
In addition to a daily training that is guaranteed to get you moving with your Pinterest strategy, you’ll also receive checklists and assignments to ensure that each day, you’re making progress toward your goals.
You’ll also have 7 days of access to the private community AFTER the bootcamp, for additional support and feedback.
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