The quality of your Pins will make a huge impact on how many people see your content. Instead of “hoping” for exposure, you can show Pinterest that you are popular and become an incredibly valuable resource to your followers.
Remember to share approximately 80% of content from other people, but make sure you check the Pin description and the link so you know what you’re sharing. If you’re ready to start creating your own Pins, think about the overall look you want to represent your brand so that your Pins can be consistent and attract the right audience.
In my next post, I’ll be going into more detail on how to optimize your website for Pinterest to encourage people to click through and continue sharing the beautiful Pins you’ll be making.
If you don’t have a website yet, not to worry! You can jump ahead to my post on how to get your first 1000 followers.
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