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How I Came To Have 85K+ Monthly Pinterest Viewers

Hello, world! πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’» How’s life?


Promoting your blog with social media can be tough.

Believe it or not, I feel like it’s even tougher with Pinterest.


It took me FOR-EV-ER to figure out the beloved virtual pin-board app, but I think I’ve finally gotten the hang of it.

Upon recently converting my personal account to a business account, I am now able to see how many people view my account page every month. Pretty cool, huh? πŸ’πŸ»

In addition to that, the business features allow me to do paid promotions! (In which, I have yet to figure out)

Anyway, let’s get back to what this post is all about…


HOW I CAME TO HAVE 85K+ MONTHLY PINTEREST VIEWERS


How did I do it, and how can you do it too?

Here are some tips that really helped me:

β€’ Pin consistently

I understand that nobody has 30 minutes to sit on Pinterest and pin the day away. (I advise you to not do that as it will quickly turn into hours upon hours of pinning).

But seriously. Try to pin some things at least once a day – this will show potential followers that you’re active. In my experience, not many people will follow you if you’re inactive.

β€’ Join group boards

Group boards are so fun! If you’re on Pinterest and interested in joining my group board*, shoot me a message!

*I will only add you to my board if your account is clean. I have every right to decline.

β€’ Watch the language

There’s a TON of hilarious memes, tumblr posts, and webcomics on Pinterest, but have you looked closely?

If you really pay attention, there can be language in those things.

For example, you know those long pins where you have to scroll to read all of it? Well, sometimes it can seem completely clean… until you reach the bottom of the pin.

Now, I don’t mean to sound like a little disapproving grandma, but I have a point.

And my point is: PIN RESPONSIBLY! Because if you don’t, people will not follow you. Who wants curse words flooding their Pinterest feed?


In conclusion, is there a secret to getting a high amount of monthly viewers? No.

Along with the tips, just take your time and do not rush it. Good things come to those who wait. πŸŽ‰πŸ˜€What’s your favorite social media platform? How many monthly viewers do you have? Got any questions?

32 thoughts on “How I Came To Have 85K+ Monthly Pinterest Viewers”

  1. I really hate it when there are those pins I really want to pin, but then the very last line has someone new join the conversation and put bad language on it. πŸ˜– And thanks for letting me join your group board! πŸ˜„

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    1. I’m always editing things and re-uploading them because of language, I do not get why people feel the need to put things like that. πŸ™„

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  2. Great job, Bekah!! You are doing awesome, girl!! πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸŽ‰ Thank you for all those tips!! I’ve only got 23k view so far, but that’s not too bad! πŸ™ˆπŸ˜πŸ’ž

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      1. Thank you so much, Bekah! Okay here are my questions:

        1. What exactly is Pintrest for?
        2. What are boards for?
        3. How do you pin something?

        Annnnd that’s about it for now!

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      2. You’re very welcome!

        1. Pinterest can be used for anything – writing prompts, sharing posts, fashion, aesthetic pics, and just about everything.

        2. Boards are where yours pins go. Say you have a board titled ‘puppies’, that’s where you’d pin puppy related things.

        3. To pin something, click on the pin. A ‘save’ icon will pop up. Click that, and choose the board you want it on. Pinterest also gives you the chance to upload your own photos – but be very conscious when doing that as it cannot easily be removed.

        Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions!

        -Bekah ❀️

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  3. LOVE these tips, especially the one about pinning responsibly! πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ Even though I don’t use Pinterest myself, I create graphics that others can pin and it gets the word out about my blog.

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