If you try to implement as many of these Pinterest growth strategies as possible, you’ll find that your following grows at a rapid rate.
However, don’t let the size of your Pinterest fan-base be the measure of your success.
Building a following is a great way to increase your exposure, BUT it’s important to realize that the size of your Pinterest following isn’t the indication of whether or not you will succeed on Pinterest. In my own account, my Pins reached more than 2 million people each month, even when I only had 1000 followers. (It’s now over 5 million people with just over 3000 followers).
Things like group boards and Tailwind Tribes will expand your reach quickly, and a repin from the right person will give you far greater exposure than your own account.
As Pinterest moves further away from being a social media platform and towards being a visual search engine, this will continue to be the case even more.
This doesn’t mean you should disregard the steps we have covered in this post. All of the topics we have covered will help your Pins to be seen by the right people, resulting in greater repins and traffic to your content.
I’d love to hear how you go, so please save this post and come back in a month to tell me in the comments how much your following and website traffic has grown!
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