Because Pinterest requires lots of images, I’ve created a system that streamlines the whole process – but there is some testing involved and a bit of ground work you need to do.
First, for every piece of content, you want to come up with a list of about 60 headlines or quotes you can use for that piece of content. It’s easier than you’d think once you get started, so give it a try!
Again, all of your posts that you made for social media can also be used on Pinterest, so you can have that list, too, and either drive traffic back to a relevant blog post, or to your home page.
We’ll talk more about testing these headlines in the advanced workshops and refining your strategy, but for now just getting the content out there is going to be helpful.
Then, click the button below to get the Pinterest Templates, adjust them to your colors and fonts, and start copying and pasting those headlines into the templates, rotating through.
Schedule them out to go using the native Pinterest Scheduler (CoSchedule doesn’t work well for Pinterest – all of the posts get next to no reach when you do).
Here’s my recommended schedule for posting on Pinterest:
They are in the 24 hour clock because that’s what Pinterest’s native scheduler uses – so this will help keep things more simple.