What are Pinterest Best Practices for Business Marketing?

Updated: Oct 13



Whether you are new to Pinterest or a Pinterest wizard, it's always good to brush up on best practices. Here's what you need to know about “fresh” content and the latest Pinterest best practices.


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Create Fresh Content


First, what counts as a unique or “Fresh” Pin and why are Fresh Pins important? Fresh Pins are images or videos which have never appeared on Pinterest.


Pinterest prioritizes fresh content for distribution as users respond most strongly to fresh content. After all, Pinterest’s algorithm favors content that’s relevant and timely.


Creating more fresh Pins means more exposure for you to your followers, in users’ home feeds, and in search results. In turn, this helps to maximize your reach and traffic potential on Pinterest.


For a Pin to be considered fresh, create several images that link to the same blog post, page, or product listing. Each would be fresh when saved to Pinterest for the first time.  For example, Fresh Pins can come from creating new images for links you’ve previously shared to Pinterest.



Share Less than 10 Pins to Multiple Boards


You can share the same Pin to multiple Boards. Simply choose the most relevant ones and avoid more than 10.


High-volume Pinning can put your account at risk, but you can still Pin more than 50 times per day with Tailwind if needed.


Pin Around 15-25 Pins Per Day


According to Tailwind app, the most successful members Pin around 15-25 Pins per day. So 15-20 Pins daily is a good range to aim towards.


Reevaluate Group Boards


Group boards are still a good way to increase your reach on Pinterest. Especially if you are just starting out or recently re-branded, your pins can be seen by a whole new audience.


So take the time to reevaluate your group boards. This includes assessing the board owner’s followers and collaborators. Is it time to join new groups?


Utilize SmartLoop on Tailwind


SmartLoop is already set up to help you stick to best practices on resharing content, including seasonal and evergreen content.


Check out Tailwind SmartLoop for free here!


Contribute to Tribes on Tailwind


Tribes is a great way to authentically share high quality content with your audience while supporting your peers.


Bloggers and entrepreneurs can easily use Tailwind to drive traffic to their blog in a matter of days or weeks through tribes.


Tailwind Tribes are essentially groups of Pinterest members who create or pin content in similar niches and have agreed to help one another expand their reach and grow.


Check out Tailwind Tribes for your niche market for free here!


Create Multiple Pins to Build Brand Awareness


When it comes to Pinterest marketing for businesses, creating multiple pins for a particular content, such as a blog post, goes a long way. This also goes for website pages, such as product and service sales pages.


According to the Marketing Rule of 7, a potential lead needs to “hear” the message at least 7 times before taking action to buy that product or service.

Let's build your business empire with Pinterest marketing! Be sure to keep up with the latest Pinterest marketing strategies:


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YouTube Channel: Pinterest Business Marketing


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