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Today I am going to be sharing with you how I was able to grow my blog views by 80% in ONE month, and how you can too!
Blogging has quickly become my favorite past time ever since I started earlier this year. It’s a lot of hard work and takes time and effort to see it grow, but it has been bringing me a lot of joy!
When I first started blogging, I got a few views here and there, but nothing even remotely significant. Mind you, I had done approximately zero research about blogging, so my skills were pretty much nonexistent.
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Then, I joined Twitter and met some of the nicest people ever (seriously, blogging community- you’re the real MVPs) and with their help, I was able to get some more views.
If you didn’t know, there are almost daily threads on Twitter where bloggers can all comment on one another’s posts which meant that I was able to get more views and more comments to my blog posts.
Awesome! But still, nothing revolutionary.
It wasn’t until I heard about utilizing Pinterest as a blogger that I decided to make an account. I already had one for personal use, you know, for pinning recipes I’d never try out, but I had to make a new one for my blog.
So I did. And I created boards and pins and more boards and pins. And nothing really happened.
Looking back on the pins I used to create, it’s no surprise why nobody was clicking on them. They were dismal, lol!
Before throwing in the towel, I stumbled upon Ell Duclos’ blog, where she writes about how amazing Pinterest has been for growing her own blog. And it’s a good thing I did!
After reading her blog (almost every single post she’d ever written, to be exact) and more and more blog posts from various bloggers about what to do and what NOT to do on Pinterest if you want your blog to grow, I decided to take all of their advice and implement it.
Here’s what I did:
- I used niche keywords in my name and bio
- I branded my boards and created loads of them
- I learned how to find high-performing keywords related to my niche
- I started creating attractive pins
- I learned how to word my pin titles to make people click on them
- I utilized the heck out of Tailwind (click here for a free month of Tailwind use)
- I learned a trick that allows me to pin hundreds of pins in a matter of minutes
- I learned how to use Tribes correctly to get results
If you’re a blogger who doesn’t understand Pinterest, I was once in your shoes. Very recently, in fact.
However, Pinterest really is all that and a bag of chips when it comes to self-promoting the crap out of your blog, and it is well worth getting familiar with.
If you’d like to learn the exact steps I took to take my Pinterest from 4K monthly viewers to, as of today, 110K in a matter of 2 months, you’re going to love my Pinterest Perfect ebook.
Pinterest Perfect is a 54-page Pinterest manual for bloggers and content creators.
In Pinterest Perfect, you will learn everything you need in order to generate blog views on auto-pilot. All you need to do is set up your profile accordingly, and then follow the instructions when creating new pins.
But don’t take my word for it.
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Do you use Pinterest? Do you find that it helps you with your blog views?
Pin for later! 😊