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If you are a blogger, chances are you are already on Pinterest because they typically go hand in hand, right? Believe it or not, I have met bloggers that don’t! If you have a blog, you are probably already putting a lot of time into your SEO, so why not then share that content on another platform? Adding your content to other platforms will benefit you in many ways. Let’s get started!
If you aren’t already on Pinterest for your blog, I am going to share with you five reasons you should make it a priority now!
SEO is crucial for bloggers as it helps improve their website’s ranking on search engines. As a blogger, it’s essential to stay up-to-date with the latest trends regardless of your niche. For WordPress users, Tasty Pin and Social Pug/Grow are great plugins to enhance your blog’s SEO by integrating with Pinterest (There are both paid and free versions).
Tasty Pin is useful for food bloggers as it displays ingredients and cook times in the pin description. Having this feature is a great way to grab a pinner’s attention within a short period of time.
Social Pug/Grow allows you to add only viewable images on the backend. To maximize the benefits of SEO, creating various fresh images per blog post is recommended. This can be done by switching out text, colors, and images. With that said, it’s also important to check back from time to time to update information.
One of the huge benefits of using Pinterest for blogging is the ability to increase the visibility of your content. By branding your content and making it easily recognizable, you can reach a larger audience. This is going to be easier if you are consistently sharing fresh content.
Tailwind is a practical tool for batching graphics for your content, which helps you batch your content so that you are consistently relevant on the platform. Tailwind also offers the option of using tribes, which can boost your content with people in a similar niche. Another important aspect of blogging is using affiliate links, and Pinterest allows you to manually upload a blog post and tag the image with additional links.
One last aspect of blogging is building an email list, and Pinterest provides an opportunity for bloggers and business owners to create content that will help them to achieve this. One effective strategy is to offer opt-ins or freebies to your readers, which is a great way to create the like, know trust factor.
After reading this blog post, I hope you will be inspired to brainstorm ways to help you diversify the way you grow your blog.