11 April 2015
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4 Pinterest Content to Boost Engagement

4 Pinterest Content to Boost Engagement


Pinterest is growing at a rapid rate. What are you doing to boost your engagement on Pinterest? In this article, I will share some tactics I personally use to get attention and have visitors engage in conversations or drive traffic to my website.


1)   Infographics: This is one of the main reasons I love using Pinterest. Infographics have become huge on Pinterest. Instead of writing articles, you can create an infographic to boost engagement. People would rather look at an infographic than have to read an article. This gives people the ability to understand information in a fun way. These days, people are always on the move. Infographics delivery information quickly.

2)   Quotes: Everyone loves quotes, and this is a type of content that you should be creating on a daily basis. Quotes are so easy to make, I use picmonkey.com to create all my quotes. Be sure your quotes fit with your niche.

3)   Memes: Memes are a great way to engage with your audience and can easily be consumed, are funny, and can be shared in all of your social media networks. Memes have a better impact on Pinterest, since most of the content is images. Memes can help you go viral.

4)   Blogs: Sharing your blog is another great way to boost engagement on your Pinterest account. Pinterest has become a place where visitors are going to engage with blog posts. Create a blog board so; when people come to your boards, they know where to search for your latest blog post.


These are the few content tactics I use to boost my engagement on Pinterest. Be sure to try some of these out and see which of this work best for you. I hope this article was helpful. If you have any other suggestions or ways to boost engagement, we would love to hear from you.

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