This post is going to be about Pinterest strategies for me for today. Pinterest is one social network that I have put the least time into so far. I don’t have a huge following, and I can see that I have very little traffic from Pinterest as well. I find that even though I pin hundreds of images daily, I still don’t have the level of engagement on Pinterest that I have been hoping to have.

So, what am I doing wrong?

Let’s explore a few books, and see if I can tweak something quickly and improve my engagement on Pinterest.

So, without further ado, let me present a new series – 30 days to improve my Pinterest! And, hopefully, yours as well!

I have just read a few books on Pinterest through my Kindle Unlimited membership, so let me give an overview of what I have read so far, and present a master plan of what I am going to work on for the next month:

July 13 – Day 1 – Master planning, Follow 30 new users, interact with them. I have 5807 followers today.

July 14 – Day 2 – Improving my profile, tweaking the settings. Follow 30 new users, interact with them.

July 15 – Day 3 – Doing an audit of my boards, opening new boards, closing old boards. Follow 30 new users, interact with them.

July 16 – Day 4 – Starting interacting on Pinterest. Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Comment on 30 pins.

July 17 – Day 5 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Analyze my well performing pins. Repin 10 new pins.

July 18 – Day 6 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Re-organize my boards – clone and divide a few boards.

July 19 – Day 7 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Study PicMonkey and some popular pins for ideas.

July 20 – Day 8 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Check in the number of followers now. Re-group, what is working and what doesn’t.

July 21 – Day 9 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Make updates in the master plan.

July 22 – Day 10 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Read 5 books about Pinterest strategies.

July 23 – Day 11 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Study how to improve user participation on Pinterest.

July 24 – Day 12 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

July 25 – Day 13 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

July 26 – Day 14 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Comment on 30 new user posts.

July 27 – Day 15 -Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Check in the number of followers now.

July 28 – Day 16 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Read 5 more books on Pinterest strategies. Make changes in the master plan.

July 29 – Day 17 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

July 30 – Day 18 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

July 31 – Day 19 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 1 – Day 20 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Checkin the number of followers now. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 2 – Day 21 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 3 – Day 22 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 4 – Day 23 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 5 – Day 24 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 6 – Day 25 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Checkin the number of followers now. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 7 – Day 26 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 8 – Day 27 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 9 – Day 28 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 10 – Day 29 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Repin 30 sources of great content.

August 11 – Day 30 – Follow 30 new users, interact with them. Last day – checkin how many new users have been acquired, analyze the results, prepare a final post about the results.

Today I have read my first book on Pinterest strategies by Melissa Taylor. This book has motivated me to rethink what I am doing. The Pinterest work has been on my plate since about January this year, and I have been putting in a bit of improvements here and there, and two weeks ago even did a 5 day course. This book today finally got me to sit down and start a new post on Pinterest strategies that I have to implement for my account. I think Pinterest is a great ocean, and this book certainly simply starts you off – there is so much to learn it won’t fit in any one small e-book. I think it is a good basic course though, I like the layout of the book. I haven’t learned anything in it that I already did not know, so I think I will give it 3 stars, but it is a good resource for a beginner pinner working to get his/her first thousand followers.

I have a few more tasks I need to do tonight, so I think I have to leave my Pinterest work till tomorrow, and I will try to construct a more or less good analysis post, and start working on my plan. I may or may not add more tonight depending on how my other work is going to go.


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