Here’s the thing about social media: there’s no one right way to do anything. It’s both awesome and awful, because that means you have the ability to customize absolutely everything you do, but no one can just give you a map for how to be successful on any given platform. But as I’ve had a fair amount of experience on different social media platforms, seeing what works and (just as importantly) what doesn’t work, I can offer some general guidance.
Pinterest is a platform I only started using seriously a few months ago. But in that time I’ve been able to turn it into one of my biggest drivers of traffic. Even when I took a little break from blogging last month, Pinterest kept consistently driving traffic, which is part of the reason why it can be such a great tool. I’ve been able to use it successfully so far by listening to what some experts had to say, but then making it my own. So if you want to create a Pinterest strategy that’s uniquely your own, check out the tips below and don’t forget to download the new Pinterest worksheet that I created – you can access that in the resource library here!