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Traffic! It’s the lifeblood of all websites. Getting traffic to a new site, or any site can be challenging. Traffic is so serious that traffic strategies exist, traffic courses and ebooks, and seminars just about getting web traffic. It’s a big deal guys. Traffic means visitors see your site and when visitors see your site, you get more popular and you make more money.
Did you know that Pinterest is a great source of web traffic?
I discovered Pinterest as a traffic source with my first blog, I started learning about it a few months into blogging and when I did, I was convinced to give Tailwind a try.
Tailwind is a scheduling tool that lets you set a social sharing schedule. Set it and forget it, basically. It works with Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
I use Tailwind to schedule 100-200 pins daily to my Pinterest account. What does that do for me?
- I grow an average of 200-400 followers monthly with this new blog on Pinterest
- I get loads of traffic back to my blog (Psst..I’ve had almost 4,000 page views in less than a month in my first month!)
- I get to meet new people and connect (partnerships, collaborations, and all that good stuff)
Tailwind has a free trial, which is always cool. You get to test drive it and see if it’s a good fit for you, which, it totally will be! I spend an hour a week setting up my schedule and that’s it!
Check out my Tailwind tutorial below to get a feel for my scheduling routine as I walk you through Tailwind behind the scenes! Grab Tailwind here to see what all the buzz is about! What Pinterest tricks do you have?