Is these my pinterest Stats are decent?

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  1. wishme

    wishme Newbie

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    I am quite a noob on Pinterest I just like to pin stuff, and I wonder if this is any good? I have like 2.4k followers atm. Capture.PNG
     
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  2. cyrusdavirus

    cyrusdavirus Power Member

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    Those are great numbers. How's your website traffic?

    And you also answered one of my questions: whether or not 5% engage/viewer ratio is good. You're at 16%. So congrats. Now I have something to shoot for.

    What's your general niche category?
     
  3. wishme

    wishme Newbie

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    Getting around 600 UV daily won't say niche but it ain't really popular :D so this is good stats for 2.4k follower acc?
     
  4. wishme

    wishme Newbie

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    and depends on what engage u looking at saves? views? link clicks?

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  5. wishme

    wishme Newbie

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    What i want to get better is on gaining followers, i get like ~50 a day maybe more but i believe i could get more i just don't get it how..
     
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    lorand Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You pin on shared bords ?
     
  7. wishme

    wishme Newbie

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    Nop just on my own pinterest.
     
  8. horseturtle

    horseturtle Registered Member

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    Depends on your niche really. Some areas are a lot easier to build followers on Pinterest but the traffic doesn't convert well. Some areas are much harder to build followers but the traffic converts really well.

    See what you can do to monetize the niche and you'll know whether it's a good one or not! Good luck.
     
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  9. ahmedEL

    ahmedEL Regular Member

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    Crazy stats how many accounts do you have ?
     
  10. MikiN

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    You have great stats...
     
  11. memovlad

    memovlad Junior Member

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    Hello guys , I'm not a painter so please excuse my printscreen

    So that's are my 1 week trafic from pinterest . I got only 1 account , and is humor

    I just started with pinterest , 4 months back;)
     

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    ahmedEL Regular Member

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    you have
    been driving traffic from pinterest 4 months or your just started one week ago ?
     
  13. jamie3000

    jamie3000 Elite Member Premium Member

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    Pretty impressive. What bot are you using? If any
     
  14. memovlad

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    @ahmedEL my pinterest account is 4 months old, and he just started to kick off 1 week ago .

    @jamie3000 im not using any bot . i just have an autoposter from my site to a few socials . i dont wanna name it here , maby someone will think i make some kind of promotion of it ;) . if interested i can send a PM
     
  15. memovlad

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    ohh me and my quote skills =)) =))
     
  16. adventurouslover

    adventurouslover Regular Member

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    (Good) humor always grows pretty fast, the challenge is to monetize it. You need probably 100x compared to a specific highly related niche to the product you promote.

    I could be good for adsense, who knows
     
  17. GhostPanda

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    I mostly always go Niche specific, I find humour like you say is hard to montetize and you become heavily reliant on a tonne of UV's daily to turn a income on adsense or similar as opposed to finding a niche with a specific community revolving around it. The main issue being the content you scrape and pin is likely to be in no way targeted and is hit and miss with many viewers who wont re-pin simply because it doesn't fit in with their own boards or styles they are going for. (As you will notice a lot of new users like to keep things tidy and not have 10 or so boards just for humorous images and memes)

    If you still Opt for Humour as a quick way for traffic here's a method I've been playing with lately that is working well for me on some older accounts that were general, but I converted to this:

    First Research A Location Or Passion That Already Has A Proven Community Online

    Lets say: Texas / Texas Humour / Being A Texan

    Check Pinterest for content, boards, potential group boards to join. (For this example there is a gaping hole for Large boards dedicated around Texas Humour / Texas Memes)

    Make note of some boards you want to leech followers from or content and the board titles which you can simply replicate and overtake them in search on. ( I like to flesh out the account with 20 or so boards ready to receive pins)

    Unlock Pinterest analytics on the account (this should be straightforward)

    Pinning: Start scraping images with software and Pin OR Simply re-pin images you find on appropriate boards to boards and group boards you make and join. (Automation is Key here to save time and hassle, also to allow you to add source URL's in future for traffic)

    Following: Follow the followers of other related boards in your niche, with tools this is easier as you can base this on keywords or single boards at a time. Also follow the people repinning your images as they likely have there own boards for this niche.

    Keep the ball rolling until you have around 1.5k followers, then focus solely on your own content and original Pins, Pin a minimum of 100 images daily with you as the original poster to grow following quickly.

    After a few weeks check stats and growth then consider creating a domain at this point if you have shown continued growth. (If not and the niche doesn't seem like the traffic is there simply use the board as an area or passion specific marketing tool to share other products or affiliate related offers)

    For domain: Create a simple blog that easily allows people to pin post images.
    Posts can be anything related to your niche i.e 10 Crazy Texan BBQ's You Wont Believe!
    Try get up 20 or so posts, heavily filled with pinnable quality images
    Link domain to Pinterest to unlock website clickthroughs in Pinterest analytics
    Link up Rich Pins so your content gets preference in search (this will help with click through rate)
    Adsense to Monetize Initially
    Focus on site speed to reduce bounce rates which will inevitably be high in the beginning

    Start linking your URL's to around 65% of the pins you post up to your boards (This is where you start seeing adsense showing some nice numbers usually)

    After a month or two of rolling with this check your growth, Adsense earning and UV's and consider new ways to monetize. If your making decent bank per day on Adsense there is some nice buyer intent shown so move onto the last step if this fits the niche.

    For this example Texas are highly active E-commerce buyers, so on your blog hook up something like Woocommerce, set up a shop and find a good quality Print On Demand service that allows you to make t-shirts around the niche, or cups and mugs that have a catchy slogan on like "Don't Mess With Texas" or "Texas And Proud". Then simply mix the URL's for the products into your pinterest pin source URL's then monitor clicks and sales to these pages using Google Analytics to increase conversions.

    That's about it really, rinse and repeat. While this is kinda a brief outlay of the method for these kinds of niches, most the tools to automate this heavily can be found around BHW or have been posted in other threads.
    Some folks might want to make domain first and start linking from the get go thats your preference, for me running a large number of accounts I test the waters before investing the time in domains.

    Hope this helps some of you,
     
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  18. memovlad

    memovlad Junior Member

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    @adventurouslover right now im with adsense , is making 1-1.50 euros /day . as i started im quite happy ( im not living from those money lol :D ) , and the site is new so is allright i understand why is making such a small amount of cash :) later on im planning to scale it with some hats/tshirts :)

    @GhostPanda thanks a lot for the info ;) you're a star ;)

    on topic .

    this are my today stats. pinterest is going crazy hahaha im quite happy ;)
     

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    what is your adsense cpc and cTR?
     
  20. memovlad

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    0.08$ and 2.25% :)