How many clicks x month are you able to generate?

but you can always change links on the re-pins on your board? In general, should I change links and descriptions for re-pins?

You can’t. This use to be a feature but it no longer is because a lot of people were stealing people’s content. Adding a link contrary to what a pin claims to be about can and will get you flagged. I’m generally not pro black hat methods but telling people that here is proving futile given the title of this forum lol. I’ve done 100,000 plus views in 10 days and more than $2000 in sales with zero ad spend on a new account for a dropshipping store. Black hat methods seem like too much work given the risk of getting flagged and having to start from scratch.
 
You can’t. This use to be a feature but it no longer is because a lot of people were stealing people’s content. Adding a link contrary to what a pin claims to be about can and will get you flagged. I’m generally not pro black hat methods but telling people that here is proving futile given the title of this forum lol. I’ve done 100,000 plus views in 10 days and more than $2000 in sales with zero ad spend on a new account for a dropshipping store. Black hat methods seem like too much work given the risk of getting flagged and having to start from scratch.
’ve done 100,000 plus views in 10 days and more than $2000 in sales with zero
any tips to share on how to grow new accounts on Pinterest in such way?
 
A few questions, sorry:
Does everything you pin link back to your website? Or do you do 20% your pins 80% repins?
Do you ever pin again the same pin to the same board? If so, how long do you wait before doing so? Weeks? Months?
Finally, do you pin on group boards?
Thanks for your advice
 
’ve done 100,000 plus views in 10 days and more than $2000 in sales with zero
any tips to share on how to grow new accounts on Pinterest in such way?
For starters, I’m a Pinterest Specialist & Marketer, so I’ll attribute these numbers largely to me being knowledgeable on how to grow and scale different niches easily from years of experience.
It’s pretty simple.
1) Utilize shoulder niches. This is the quickest way to grow an account.
2) Invest in a good strategy, while there’s a lot of free info out there, no one will give you their best methods for free. So a good Pinterest E-book would be a great starting point. Once you have a good strategy in place, all you’ll need to do is tweak and customize not use different strategies from too many people in different niches.
3) Pin high quality content.
4) Pin fresh content.
5) Pin consistently.
6) Do more original pins and less repins once your account starts to gain traction. Pinterest’s new algorithm updates and best practices are favoring original content over repins this is why the number of saves different pins have on your feed might be a feature you no longer have.
7) Test, test and test some more.

Any other strategy advice would have to be account/niche specific and well *cough* paid.

A few questions, sorry:
Does everything you pin link back to your website? Or do you do 20% your pins 80% repins?
Do you ever pin again the same pin to the same board? If so, how long do you wait before doing so? Weeks? Months?
Finally, do you pin on group boards?
Thanks for your advice

1) Yes, they’re all linked back to my website, email list lead magnet, digital products or YouTube channel (this is something new I’m testing out).
2) Can’t remember the last time I repinned anything. My account has a multi niche lifestyle set up so, I’m well spoiled for choice in terms of the content I’m pinning on different boards. Like mentioned up there, Pinterest’s new algorithm places a big emphasis on fresh content, so less repins (both yours and pins from third parties).
3) I don’t. Do you use Tailwind? This seems like a tailwind thing which Pinterest was very against the other day -long story short they were marking repins/pins pinned to multiple boards as new pins hence there was a spike in traffic for a lot of people after correcting this bug, a lot of people saw huge dips in traffic both in numbers and conversions.
4) I don’t use group boards. Group boards aren’t necessary unless they’re very active and you’re getting results from them. They’re no longer as effective as they use to be.
 
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