Ah. Pinterest. I’ve tried to conquer it many times and always failed.
How is it that I constantly see pins about ‘how to make £1000 a month’ or ‘how to get thousands of views’ and I follow all those tips and here I am, stuck at 70k views on Pinterest and getting about 5 pageviews a day to my blog from Pinterest.
What am I doing wrong?
I follow all the tips.
I schedule a hundred pins a day. I go on and manually pin. I share other peoples pins. I make different pins for my own posts. I use keywords in the description. I use hashtags. I pin the same pins to different boards. I use group boards. I use tribes. I used Canva to make graphics. I had board covers. I SEO my boards and my profile.
I get it, the way to make money on Pinterest is to drive traffic to your blog and display adverts and affiliate links.
But what I don’t get is how do these people increase their page views.
Because I am doing everything the guides say and I am stuck on the same unique monthly views!
Is it a case of luck – just some accounts do better and are more favourable? Is my account useless because I’ve not stuck to one niche in the past? Or people just writing clickbait for views but their advice doesn’t really work?
It’s been a month now since I posted about getting back on track with Pinterest and although my views have gone from 54.k to 70k, that doesn’t translate much to page views.
I guess you could say this is my updated that I promised! I’ll see if I can find a different way to improve my Pinterest views and update if I can!