I have been running a little experiment with Pinterest. I have been reading a lot of topics regarding Pinterest and it's effects with Google. So, I decided to try a little experiment on a new website. This is the exact method I used to get a new website from nowhere to the front page of Google. Currently sitting at #8 as of this morning. Let me give a little history of the website. It is a EMD. It had no backlinks, prior to this experiment. Each page has a 1,000+ word article with a keyword density of less than 1%. The main keyword is in HIGH competition and it's search volume is: 1,830,000 - Broad 14,800 - Exact Match 368,000 - Phrase This is what I did. I bought these 2 Fiverr gigs: Fiverr Pinterest #1 Fiverr Pinterest #2 This is what I did, and I will try my best to explain it. I bought those 2 Fiverr gigs and pointed them at my 5 INNER pages only, not main root. This is EXACTLY what I did. I took Pinterest #1, and used inner page #1. This particular gig also tweets the url to it's followers, I made sure the retweets had my keywords as hash tags. Looks some like, "How to fix #widgets". I took Pinterest #2 and used inner page #2. I took Pinterest #1 and #2 and used inner page #3. I also used the hash tags as keywords, because i am using the Pinterest #1 gig. I took Pinterest #2 and used inner page #4. I took Pinterest #1 and used inner page #5. Using hash tags as keywords again. This may look confusing, but I did it this way for a reason. If you use the same Fiverr gig over and over, it won't have as much as of an effect. Basically, you would have the same Pinterest accounts repinning all your inner pages. You don't want that. A few you can get away with, but every single one page, no way. So, I used these 2 gigs and mixed things up a little. Each Pinterest gig had it's own picture. You don't want to use the same pictures over and over, it will look suspicious. I went to Google images and picked out pictures that closely resembles each inner page topic. For example, if one of my inner pages was about "roof repair". I would go to Google images and search for images on "roof repair". I would look for a pic of a roof with a hammer. I would then use this pic for a Fiverr gig and use that inner page for the link. It doesn't matter what your page topics are, you should have no problem finding a good pic to use between Google and Bing images. To be honest, I think Bing images is better. I hope you find my findings helpful.