A large number of entrepreneurs, bloggers, and designers use Pinterest as
a search engine platform to share their content.
It’s about saving and collecting interests, things you can do, make or buy.
A virtual board that allows users to find and collects images in their interest
boards. All those images link to a website and can be shared by others with
the same interest.
Benefits of using Pinterest
Pinterest describes itself as “The visual bookmarking tool that helps you
discover and save creative ideas.”
Since it’s a visual experience, Pinterest is a great place for your online
creative store. Using Pinterest to market your business is a powerful way to
share, sell and market your goods. Research shows that Pinterest inspires
to take action.
Pinterest users are ready and willing to make purchases through Pinterest,
so it is the place to find buyers for your products and services.
If you are a creative business owner, you need to implement multiple strategies to grow
your business. And, Pinterest group boards are productive in boosting traffic.
This will certainly benefit your business.
A Pinterest group board is a combined platform where various bloggers
meet each other to be informed. It provides an invaluable opportunity to
present unique blog posts about products, tips, tricks, lessons,
methods, DIY, food recipes, etc.
benefits of using group boards
There are lots of benefits to using these group boards. Trust me, it’s not just
❏ An increased number of Pinterest followers.
❏ It helps stimulate interaction with new creative business owners in your niche.
❏ These boards reinforce your brand.
❏ As Pinterest is more of a search engine, it opens up a varied range of
highly informative pins.
❏ It brings lots of traffic to your site.
❏ Exposure to a totally different audience, who is really interested in
❏ It gives you lots of links to other useful resources.
❏ It will ultimately boost your email list.
Do Pinterest group boards still work?
Yes, group boards are still relevant, but group boards are not as important as they used to be. The strategy of group boards on Pinterest has changed slightly over the years, they have to be quality, relevant to your niche, and extremely specific.
Less is more!
You don’t need to focus your entire Pinterest strategy on group boards just make sure you find group boards that are about what you post because this will give you a higher chance of people actually reading and repinning your content.
By posting 1 pin to a bunch of different boards, you are effectively hurting the reach for that pin. The fewer boards you pin that pin to, the more reach it’s going to get.
It was a common practice for group boards to be a dumping ground but joining low-quality spammy boards could weigh your account down.
Keep in mind
❏ That it is important to find boards that relate to your specific niche.
❏ The number of pins on the board.
❏ How many people have followed the board?
❏ You must consider boards where people help each other.
❏ And you definitely do not want to participate in a board that is not even active.
Want to join my Pinterest Groups?
Deu to many many messages and emails (I tried to keep up!) I decided to use a form where you can request to be added to one of my group boards.
How Do You Score An Invite?
Follow me @brandandpalms and fill out the form below.
Pinterest Group Guidelines
❏ High Quality, VERTICAL PINS ONLY
❏ Please support your fellow Creatives by repinning!
❏ Stay on TOPIC, please.
❏ Please NO DUPLICATE pins for at least 90 days
❏ No nonsense (Share, Care, Play nice)
❏ Don’t spam! Max. 10 pins a day
Follow the rules or you will be removed!!