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How Bloggers Can Use Pinterest


Seek Ideas for Blog Posts
There are many creative methods to seek ideas for blog posts, and Pinterest is a great place for that! Look through pinboards using a keyword search correlated to your blog topic. You’re will find a diverse list of pinboards and pins to make your inspiration juices flowing. Check out some of the results and look what people are distributing on their pinboards as well as which pins are having a lot of repins, likes, and responds. These are likely to be videos and images that will get your blog visitors talking, too, and could be effective sources for new blog posts.

Distribute Images and Videos from Your Blog
When you distribute an interesting image or video on your blog, you can pin it on Pinterest, as well. Just ensure you pin more content from different sources than your own, or you’ll look like you’re only doing self-promotion. No one will pay attention to you and you might even be violated Pinterest’s terms of use if you utilize  your pinboards solely for self-promotion.

Here is an instance. Pretend that you write a blog about cooking and publish a picture of your latest Spanish dish together with the recipe on your blog. You can pin the picture on a Pinterest pinboard named “My Best Spanish Dishes,” making it easy for viewers on that site to find all of your best Spanish dish. Produce another pinboard for “My Best Meals,” “My Biggest Cooking Mistakes,” “Cooking Equipments I Can’t Live Without,” and so on. These pinboards can include pictures from your blog, while other pinboards could include content different sources. For instance, you could make pinboards named “Evergreen Recipes from Chefs,” “Cooking Equipments I Wish I Had,” and “Amazing Cooking Gadgets.” By pinning content distributed by other people, you can initiate to build networks with them that can lead to blog growth.

Find Your Audience and Communicate with Them
Chances are your blog viewer (or people who match your latest blog viewer profile) are on Pinterest. If you can find them and initiate to engage with them on Pinterest by repining, liking, and commenting on their pins, then they might begin doing the same for you. That puts your pins in front of a larger audience. Some of that promotion might convert into blog traffic from people who notice your pins and eager to learn more from you!

Find Online Influencers and Build Networks
Just as networking with your blog audience and communicating with them on Pinterest can help develop your blog, so can finding and connecting with online influencers. Seek for people on Pinterest who already have the interest of your target audience and begin evaluating them, repinning their content, liking their pins, and responding on their pins. In time, your efforts will get seen and you’ll be able to establishing connections with these influencers. When you get on an influencer’s attention, you have the potential to bring your content in front of his or her viewers, which can lead to an increase in exposure to your blog.

Save Videos and Pictures to Blog About Later
Sometimes, you find awesome picture or useful video online that you interest to blog about, but you just don’t have enough time to do it at that moment. You can pin it on a Pinterest pinboard, so you can find all of those blog post ideas later. You can make a pinboard called “Blog Post Ideas” and maintain all of your blog post fodder there. It’s just similar to a file cabinet but without all the paper.

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