Why you should invest time in creating great Pinterest Descriptions
Pinterest is a special Social Media platform as it is also a search engine where great pins can be found for months and even years after they’ve been published. Many other Social channels value freshness. Meaning, social posts either get traction fast, or they disappear from the algorithm.
Creating a great Pin that does well in Pinterest’s algorithm takes a great visual, title and description. We understand that creating great Pin Descriptions at scale can be tough. That’s why we’re thrilled to share with your our AI Generator.
Simply create a free account and start creating Pinterest Description ideas in a click of a button.
Make small adjustments where needed. and you’re good to go!
It’s time to get some great traction from your Pinterest marketing efforts!
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How to Boost your Pinterest Rankings
So you want to get more out of your Pinterest Marketing eforts. Right?
Let’s go over a couple of simple steps you can take to increase your impressions, following and clicks.
1. Scale your Content Creation
In order to be seen on any platform, you need to create content that is tailored to your audience’s needs.
Check out our Content Creation Guide and the 10 Guides and Templates to set up an awesome content creation machine.
The more content you create, the more you have to share on Pinterest.
Think about your blog posts, videos, social posts, etc.
2. Scale your Pinterest Content Creation and Curation
For every blog post or video, you can create multiple Pins.
It can be hard to come up with new visuals, Pin Titles and Descriptions, but luckily there are tools that can help:
Next to your own blog posts and videos, you can also simply share your thoughts or content you find on the web that is related to what your audience loves.
3. Set up specific boards
Don’t Pin all your content on one board. Pinterest’s algorithm checks the board name, description and content to identify for which keyword a Pin should rank and be displayed. Take the time to come up with descriptive board names and descriptions and Pin to the most relevant boards.
Your Marketing board can become:
- Content Marketing
- Social Media Marketing
- Pinterest Marketing
- Twitter Marketing
4. Pin often
Creating new content on Pinterest is important. Check out how AI and Social Media Marketing work hand in hand if you’re having trouble coming up with enough ideas or having difficulty creating social posts.
After you’ve learned who your audience is and what they love to consume, don’t over think it. Create content and see what resonates best on the platform.
5. Add call to actions in your images and descriptions
If you want people to take action, let them know. Add ‘click here’, ‘learn more’, ‘get free checklist’, or whatever you offer in the image and description and get people to your website or wherever you want the value exchange to happen.