Pinterest – Your Secret Weapon

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When writing blog posts and sharing to social media, there are social media outlets available to us that we sometimes forget about. To be honest, Pinterest is one of those that I personally never thought about as a way to share and grow my blog.This blogging plan will get you up and running quickly, so that you can start earning a full-time blog income in 12 months or less. #blogging #plan #FinancialFreedom #sidehustle #middleschoolmama #tips #tricks

After researching Pinterest more, I was amazed at the quality of content that can be found there. I spent hours pinning posts and sharing my posts one day and the next day I get an email from Pinterest letting me know how many followers I have to my pins. I was so excited and shocked at the same time.

Pinterest is definitely your Secret Weapon to growing your website or blog and very quickly I might add.

 


What is Pinterest?

Pinterest is a web and mobile application startup that operates a software system designed to discover information on the World Wide Web, utilizing images and videos.

Pinterest was launched in March 2010 and founded by Ben Silbermann. Pinterest is used by people to discover and save ideas. Every idea is represented by a Pin, an image, and a link that leads back to the online source. This is how Pinterest can be so beneficial to growing your blog.

What a great idea right? Both individuals and businesses bring content to Pinterest and can add anything they like. Once someone adds a pin, other people will see that Pin in their home feed and search results.

You can create your own pins and share them with your Pinterest followers.  Try it and see just how fast you gain followers.

 


Start Your Own Blog and Create Useful Pinterest Pins

Start your very own blog and create pinterest pins that grab attention. Creating Pinterest posts can be very rewarding as well as fun. You gain followers quickly as they repost your Pins or save them to their pinterest boards.

 

When I was thinking about starting a blog, I had so many ideas just waiting to come to life. I spent two whole weeks researching Pinterest “How To Start Up Your Blog” posts left and right. I was especially interested in what it took to create a successful (and cute!) blog that wouldn’t I be embarrassed about. Some of my favorite blogs had beautiful layouts and eye-catching graphics that I wanted on my own site. Because nothing in this world is free anymore, I dug deeper to see how much I wo...


I would love to hear all about your experience with Pinterest. Comment below about your experience or as always if you have any questions, feel free to ask. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog.

 

 

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