Not so sure about Pinterest keyword research? It’s essential to know why Pinterest keywords are important, where to look to find them, and how to use them in your marketing strategy. Although this might sound enormously complicated, it’s actually rather easy. It just takes a few extra steps to optimize your content for Pinterest. You don’t have to be a Google expert, you just have to know where to look. This post will cover 5 of the best ways to find relevant keywords for your Pinterest marketing strategy.
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Beyond copy and paste, Canva has an assortment of time-saving keyboard shortcuts, that if learned and used, will save your business a great deal of time. In this post, I’ll show you how Canva can be an excellent resource for designing your Pinterest pins with an efficient set of shortcuts that will save you time and eliminate frustration.
Have you ever wondered which elements on your pins do better than others? What makes a person click on your pin in the first place? Is it the text size, the colors, the background image? How can you tell what aspects work and which ones aren’t as good? There is a simple way to test your pins to see what works and what doesn’t. A/B Testing allows you to see which elements you should use more and which ones you should avoid using altogether. While A/B testing sounds complicated, it’s not. With a few tips, you can start using it for your Pinterest Strategy.
Creating beautiful pins is just one aspect of a Pinterest marketing strategy. While you can grab the viewers’ attention with an attractive pin with the right messaging, there other aspects to consider. Let’s look at the elements of a good pin that leads to great content.
When someone comes to your website and wants to save one of your pin images (you have those on your website, right?!), the default image is saved with titles and copy that is dictated by your blog. An excerpt, for example, would probably be what shows up in your pin. You might not realize that when someone saves your pin, the default is used. Unless the pinner edits that pin (description, title, hashtags, URL), it will just get saved “as is”.
This is where a strategy is helpful in the form of a plugin called Tasty Pins.
You might have noticed that you are getting a lot of Pinterest views, saves, and click-throughs only to receive no signups and no interaction. So why does this happen? Let’s look at some reasons that your visitors are high-tailing it off your website.