Hello BHW. This thread will catalog my journey to 1 million monthly viewers on Pinterest. For those unaware, a view on Pinterest is merely an impression in their feed. Someone who clicks on your pin is an "engaged viewer", and someone who clicks the link to your site is listed as a link click in Pinterest analytics. How many website clicks you get depends on enticing you make your pins, with some users varying widely from 25,000 to 200,000+ visitors per 1 million viewers on Pinterest. I expect my site to fall somewhere in the lower middle, at about 50,000-75,000 website visitors per 1 million viewers. I'm not exactly sure how long it will take me to reach 1 million monthly viewers, but hopefully not too long! As for my strategy, it's actually quite white hat and simple. Social Sharing + Pinning I use tailwind pinterest scheduler to schedule sharing other people's content to my profile boards. This is done to increase baseline engagement on my profile, which makes me more authoritative in Pinterest's eyes (they promote users that share other's content). Plus, it also fills my boards with content and should help my content be promoted to others since Pinterest can see they are related. Currently I have the program working to pin approximately 13 times per day of other people's content that I choose beforehand to ensure it's high quality. Very easy to stay an active pinner this way. Pinning My Own Content I pin my own content manually through my browser. I prefer it this way to scheduling it in tailwind, as I can pin it as soon as it's made and not have to worry about scheduling it in tailwind. I make a good image with Canva then pin my link + image to the most relevant board first, then to broader niche boards. Doing these two alone should be enough to bring my monthly viewership to 1m+ within a few months time as long as I can pump out 2-3+ pieces of content daily. As long as I stay consistent, a few pins will eventually go viral and bring lots of visitors. So far, I have been doing this strategy and gotten mild results with about 20 pieces of content. I believe pin impressions start off slowly, especially for new accounts without a history of engagement and pinning. Once Pinterest tests my content and sees the viral potential I believe we will see impressions explode. I'll post here daily in the beginning as I check my Pinterest stats daily when they update (8pm CST). Wish me luck BHW!