How I Grew Pinterest from 0 to 250k Monthly Unique Viewers in 1 Month

Everything is Possible

Probably if someone told me few months ago that the Pinterest is so valuable for a blog, I wouldnโ€™t believe it. Once I have decided to recover my blog and make the impact, I was spending the days reading the internet about all techniques and ways to promote it. Pinterest was on top of the list for every blogger so I decided to make an business account and connect to my blog.

Fast Growth

In less then 2 months my Pinterest hit 253k monthly unique viewers. I was shocked how quick was it as I was reading many blogs and stories how bloggers take much longer to reach that number. Did I do something differently or I was just lucky? I like to believe it is a hard work and dedication. Today, my blog has the biggest amount of organic traffic comes not from Google (not yet) but Pinterest.

You Can Do It Too

1. AESTHETIC MATTERS

Every time you post something, you must ensure it is beautiful. Pinterest is somehow so popular and people who are exploring it will most likely click on your pictures if they are โ€˜attractiveโ€™ to click. Therefore ensure to use canva with Pinterest pins as they have unlimited number of pictures and plenty of inspiration.

2. ALT TEXT

Each time you post pictures it is crucial to write descriptions of them -otherwise it will be hard to be found. Make sure to write attractive description so people can be curious about the topic and click on the link to visit and read your blog.

3. 3:1 TACTIC

One post you write on blog equals to 3 pictures you post. The point is to post 3 different pictures: I normally do 2 aesthetic ones and 1 made in canva. Then you can see and track the views and click so you will know what goes the best.

4. ENGAGE

Ensure to engage with other bloggers on the social media. Follow, comment and you can even request for group boards where you will post together with the rest of the bloggers which will give you transparency.

I hope I helped you and gave you some instant idea and inspiration to start your journey with Pinterest. 80% of my blog traffic is coming from it. It is worth of starting and if you follow there steps you will be able to grow quick.

Do you use Pinterest?

Please let me know & If you have any questions

Stay safe X

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Zorana BV

Hello ! My name is Zorana. I am coming from one beautiful country named Serbia . If you never heard before, it is in South-East Europe ๐Ÿ™‚ I am 25 years old and currently traveling & working. I am in love with the travels, all kind of beauty, makeup, inspiring books, fashion. I like to writte, often a thinker and business mind oriented. I am big hedonist, enjoying in life, and spending my time suronded with great people.

13 thoughts on “How I Grew Pinterest from 0 to 250k Monthly Unique Viewers in 1 Month”

  1. Hello! Thank you very much for this post, honestly!! I do have a Pinterest profile but I think your achievement is mission impossible for me:/ But anyway , I think I have to reschedule what and how I upload .Maybe it could lead to better results

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  2. Thanks for this post! I know it is extremely important to use pinterest as a blogger. I love your suggestions about using canva and creating multiple pins for each blog post. The only issue is that I am not getting a lot of link clicks. I’m sure that will come with time as I continue to grow. Slow and steady wins the race especially in the blogging world.

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    1. Hi Shelly, if you want leave the link here to your Pinterest maybe I can have a look and help you with my feedback and advices โ˜บ๏ธ I am still not an complete expert but we can try ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. Hi Shelly sorry for late reply ๐Ÿ˜Š Your profile looks great to me honestly! I just seen you have few posts with the title โ€œwordpress.com โ€œ so I think that would be hard for people to find the topic you write about, so you should ensure title is filled with the key words ๐Ÿ™‚

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      2. Thanks for checking hun! I guess those WordPress ones are from the lazy pins I created by sharing the post instead of actually creating a pin. Iโ€™ll redo them, thank you! ๐Ÿ’–

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