Tip for Advanced Pinterest Users to Save Time and Add Followers2 min read


For even the most advanced Pinterest users it’s difficult to avoid the distraction of the beautiful images on Pinterest. It’s easy to get carried away looking at all of the beautiful images and the places online that they lead you.

Tip for Advanced Pinterest Users to Save Time and Add Followers

Today I bring you a video tip the will show you a way to save time while maximizing your pinning efforts. You learn how to use Pinterest when it’s convenient for you but still pin in a way that will help bring exposure to your Pinterest account.

Do you have any time saving tips? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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Cynthia Sanchez is a Pinterest marketing consultant and expert. Cynthia created OhSoPinteresting.com, one of the early leaders in Pinterest education for businesses. Contact Cynthia on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthiasanchezrnbsn

16 thoughts on “Tip for Advanced Pinterest Users to Save Time and Add Followers2 min read

  1. That is a great tip, Cynthia. I do something similar, where I like a pin and go back later to read the article, verify it leads directly to the article, and decide if it’s truly useful to my readers. However, your method really helps put the blinders on for focused pinning! Thanks, for sharing!

  2. Wow, that tip just literally blew my mind! I’ll be using it, and saying goodbye to pinning and crossing fingers that someone will see it when I pin it! Thanks Cynthia!

  3. This is a fantastic idea!! Thanks so much. I had not thought of that but I do get lost when I get on Pinterest and do waste time (even though it’s fun to look at everything.) I will use this tip! Again, thanks for sharing this.

  4. I’ve done a similar thing but I would simply edit the board I had pinned it to from my secret board to one of my public boards. Since I’m not rerunning, but just moving it to a public board, would the original pinned be notified?

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