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How should I grow my site's Pinterest account (Whitehat slow way)

Discussion in 'Pinterest' started by Goldenjo, Jul 22, 2016.

  1. Goldenjo

    Goldenjo Registered Member

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    Hey guys,

    I'm going to try to make this a long story short and hopefully one of you is able to help me out.

    Currently growing an account for one of my site (Adsense and article lists, top10's,etc.)
    What i'm doing right now is 1 article = 1 board.

    For example I do an article 15 cute dogs, I'll put up a board named ''Cute dogs'' and pin the 15 pictures in there, then never touch this board again.

    This makes it so that I have a lot of boards (200+ right now) with 10-20 images in each board, I am wondering if this is the right way to go, or should I use much LESS boards, for example : Sports, Entertainment, Animals, etc. and put more images in few boards?

    To gain followers i'm currently following/unfollowing manually which is alright. I was thinking of buying the FollowLiker bot to use the automatic Direct message feature, anyone has thoughts on that?

    Thanks a lot!
     
  2. Skyebug77

    Skyebug77 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Maybe try the bot in my sig.
     
  3. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Power Member

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    Sounds like you're trying to establish a brand with your one account+website. Find established competitors in your niche and see how they structured their accounts (# of boards, topics, etc.). Just do the same thing. You should also try joining as many group boards in your niche as possible.
     
  4. Goldenjo

    Goldenjo Registered Member

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    Looked around a bit and it seems that they are doing just that : 1 article = 1 board.

    Thanks!
     
  5. 44hz

    44hz Newbie Premium Member

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    FollowLiker is your best bet. Just started a campaign about a month or so for the company I work for and we've almost grown the Pinterest account alone to 250 (Twitter and Instagram are growing really well too!) And these are on some pretty modest/slow settings, and a market that's not watched heavily. With what you're doing I believe you'd benefit quite a bit from FollowLiker!

    The FollowLiker app comes with an instruction manual and this forum has all the info you need to create the best settings for your social network. Best of luck!!
     
  6. Goldenjo

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    Hi thanks for your reply. Glad to see it's working out for you!

    Do you use the DM feature by any chance?

    My plan to increase my website traffic was to send a message to each new followers with something like : ''Hey thanks for the follow, check out our site x.com for more cool stuff''
     
  7. 44hz

    44hz Newbie Premium Member

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    I haven't utilized the DM feature for Pinterest, however, when I used it for Twitter it worked fairly well. If you understand your niche well and don't spam them with the typical "hey check out my stuff!" then you'll do well.

    Think out of the box to do something more creative then just a link - how do you add value to this DM? What's going to make them seem much more interested in it then the other hundreds of people sending them spammy DMs?

    Here is a cool TED Talk that talks about adding value to stuff: link

    FollowLiker gives you the tools to do it, it's a matter of creating a way to operate in your specific niche and doing the best business there. TED Talks always help me think out of the box for these ideas!
     
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    Find established competitors in your niche, see how they structured their accounts. you should also try joining as many group boards in your niche as possible. Just do the same thing.