Three Pinterest Strategies To Help Boost Your Business
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Next to Facebook and Twitter, there is no doubt that Pinterest is one of the most popular social media sites today. More users referred by the site are more likely to purchase products than those sent by other social media giants. With its unique and super simple navigation ways, everyone has access to ideas, samples, guides, How-To’s, content, images, and techniques that might be vital to one or more person.
“Pinterest has more than 150 million monthly active users, and most of the people joining are outside the U.S. So to continue the growth — usage is up about 50 percent year over year, as last year there were 100 million monthly active users — Pinterest has taken new approaches, including employing artificial intelligence, a faster system for ranking, and localization of content,” says Jordan Novet in an article posted on venturebeat.
With a huge user-base, Pinterest can definitely help you reach your target audience through aesthetic, well-planned, strategically organized Boards. Every member of the website has the ability to customize their own Boards however they see fit, which is a driving factor for many to proactively direct links to their target web pages (more likely a direct link to their own website).
The Must-Try Pin Strategies
Would you like to reach the 150 million active monthly users? Would you like to know what categories are the most used out of the 20 million pin recommendation candidates ranked per second? How about the 200 million visual searches per month? If you do, Neovora can help you start reaching more people with these simple but effective methods.
How you name and describe your boards are equally important. It tells users what to expect from your pins and at the same time, it helps them find your content. In as much as possible, make these names and descriptions an exact match of the keywords your target audience would use in searches. If you are into the clothing business, narrow it down by using specific terms like skinny jeans or off-shoulder tops or use popular brands.
Don’t forget to optimize the description of each board. The limit is 500 characters, therefore you can keep the content short but precise and contains at least a gist of your overall business; write it down like you would with a meta description for an article or blog post.
Pin Description Optimization
In addition to board optimization, you would want to optimize the individual pin descriptions. Often underutilized, the context found in this section helps visitors understand what the pin is about. It is a good engagement factor which leads to getting likes, comments, and re-pins. But don’t just throw in random thoughts when describing a pin.
Keep in mind that it helps your target audience understand the pin, therefore it might require a lot more thinking. Draw out the writer in you and piece together the best marketing piece you can muster. It may be a bit of work but it’s totally worth it!
“Pin It” Button
The ‘Pin It’ button is like a little a power button that allows your users to take charge in pinning content, images, and posts from your website. To simply put it, allow them to do the work for you. With this button, visitors can share your pages or posts using the pin button in a few clicks instead of copy-pasting the URL, opening the Pinterest site, then share. It’s less work for them, and much lesser for you!
The best part of this strategy is the possibility of reaching different audience type, not just your target market. The visitors and readers who pin your posts have their own followers, and these followers will see the activity in Pinterest which could increase the impression of your content and could lead to higher conversion rate.
There are far more advanced marketing strategies for businesses to boost traffic and increase conversion. Check out this beginner’s guide for more information. Or visit www.neovora.com/ for additional social media marketing strategies.