How to use Tailwind to Skyrocket your Blog Traffic - Gillian Sarah


How to use Tailwind to Skyrocket your Blog Traffic

How to use Tailwind to Skyrocket your Blog Traffic

  1. Morgan says:

    This is a great blog post – thank you! I have a quick question. For your own 7 pins that you were posting each day, were all 7 each different blog posts of yours that were performing well for that week, or did they include multiple versions of the same blog post to test which one performed better?

    Thank you!

    • Emily says:

      Thank you, Morgan! I do/did a combination of both. Pinterest does like “fresh” content meaning, new URLs as well as new pins so I try to do a combination. Every few weeks I’ll look at my Google Analytics to see which posts are doing really well on Pinterest and I’ll create more content and pins based on those posts. I also used Pinterest analytics quite a bit and if I saw a pin that was doing well, I’d create another pin for that same blog post. So all in, all, I do both. I would say that probably half of those 7 pins were new blog posts and the other half were new versions of pins. There’s no one size fits all solution for Pinterest, so I recommend testing out different strategies and see what works best for you. But Pinterest does seem to emphasize new pins (as in new content) so I would add new content into the mix as well if you can.

      Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment!

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