How to Get Followers On Pinterest

Although there isn’t much talk about Pinterest these days, it doesn’t mean you should ignore it.

It’s actually one of the highest converting social sites on the web… especially for e-commerce related products.

But how do you get started on Pinterest?

Well, to get you off and running, I’ve decided to create 3 infographics that break down how to get your first 1,000 followers on Pinterest, how to increase Pinterest engagement by 275%, and how to turn Pinterest into a revenue driving channel.

Let’s begin.

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How to Get Your First 1000 Followers on Pinterest

How to increase Pinterest engagement by 275%

There is actually a lot of science behind Pinterest marketing.

For example, there is a 36% increase in likes for pins that contain prices, and there is an 80% increase in engagement for pins that contain a call to action. And if you are able to leverage trending topics, you can get a 94% increase in clicks as well.

To show you how you can leverage Pinterest from a marketer’s perspective, I decided to create an infographic that breaks down everything you need to know about increasing engagement on  Pinterest.

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How to Increase Your Pinterest Engagement by 275%

How to turn Pinterest into a revenue driving channel

We all know Pinterest is popular, especially among the female demographic.

But can it be leveraged to make you more money? Just like any other social network, it can be.

To show you how, I’ve created an infographic that breaks down how you can make money from Pinterest.

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How to Turn Pinterest into a Revenue Generating Channel

Conclusion

Pinterest is one of the most popular sites out there. If you aren’t leveraging it, you are losing out on a lot of revenue.

All you have to do is start participating in the community and follow the tips in the infographics above.

When doing so, just be patient as you won’t see good results for three to six months.