In case you overlooked it, Pinterest has gathered some 500,000 business pages and over 70 million users. If you’re not on of the fastest growing social media networks, you’re missing out on a great opportunity.
If you want to get more followers on Pinterest, you need to post interesting images of your handmade products. After all, Pinterest is all about visual content. But, you already knew that. So, here are some tips to get more Pinterest followers.
1. Join Etsy Groups
You can get more followers by joining a group board, like the Etsy Group Board of Handmade Art .It has more than 17,600 followers and more than 2,100 guest pinners. Ask for an invite for immediate access and start pinning your own product for exponential exposure.
All groups for handmade artists have different guidelines, so be sure to read the rules posted or risk being banned by the owners. To find a group suitable for you, search for a particular theme and filter the results to see relevant boards.
2. Find Pinterest Group Boards
Joining Pinterest group boards is a great way to get more followersand repins. PinGroupie is an easy to use and free tool that finds Pinterest group boards.
Go to PinGroupie’s dashboard and choose a category same as the categories on Pinterest. Then choose the order in which you would like to see the boards – you have the options pins, collaborators, repins, Likes and followers.
3. Get Other Social Media Help
Pinterest allows for Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ integration in case you’d like to increase your reach beyond the initial site. Try to post your boards to various social networks to get followers, friends, and circle members to join your Pinterest. If you have a loyal following elsewhere, there’s a high probability the same people will support you on Pinterest.
Here’s a video on how you can quickly and easily build up your Pinterest followers:
Still, remember the aforementioned tip to give your followers a good reason to continue viewing your content.
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