Are you able to generate blog traffic from Pinterest?
Since Pinterest’s algorithm changed in recent years, bloggers are reporting they are finding Pinterest more challenging as a source of blog traffic.
This post is a follow-up to my post, The Complete Pinterest Guide That Will Make You See More Traffic & Money. That post explained how your Pinterest strategy needs to include group Pinterest group boards. This post will tell you which Pinterest group boards to join.
This post will share 47 Pinterest group boards you can post your blog graphics to on Pinterest.
Some of these boards have tens of thousands of people pinning to them. Think of what kind of exposure that is for you!
Since each graphic has a link to your post embedded, people who see your pins on the boards merely have to click the pin for you to see Pinterest traffic.
The boards represent a variety of blogging niches.
To avoid duplication, the boards are listed in alphabetical order.
For your convenience, links to the boards are included so you can easily access them.
I have personally checked: All the group Pinterest boards are still accepting pinners.
Note any conditions that apply in order for you to access the boards. Many have very specific rules you need to follow or risk getting removed.
After the list of boards, you’ll see tips for finding additional Pinterest group boards.
Is Pinterest still important in helping to grow your blog or business?
Yes! According to VigoritOut, using Pinterest group boards is the key to blog growth.
Consider these comments from blogger Gary Jefferies:
“You can draw conclusions from Pinterest. Constant input there expands growth. My own stats show the potential for there as a referral medium are huge. There is a strategy to approach these platforms to make them work for you.”
That strategy includes using Pinterest group boards.
Gary Jefferies continued explaining how using Pinterest group boards can increase your blog traffic:
47 Active Group Pinterest Boards
- * BLOG PROMO *A Little Bit of Everything | Blogger CollaborationAmazing Blog Post PinsBeauty and Style Blogs Group BoardBeauty, Travel, Blogging, and Lifestyle Bloggers Group Board
- Best of Blogging
- Best of the Blog Posts
- Better Blogging Tips [Group Board]
- Blog Babes Group Board
- Blog Booster Board
- Blog Boost: HerPaperRoute Hive
- Blog Post Booster
- Blogger Babes Unite!
- Blogger Buddies Share
- Blogger Support Group Board
- Blogging & Online Business Tips
- Blogging Tips
- Blogging Tips Group Board
- Boss Girl Bloggers
- Boss Babe: Business Tips, Blog Tips
- Creative Entrepreneurs Group.
- Community Blog Posts
- Disney World Planning Tips
- DIY BEAUTY
- Fabulous Blogging
- Fantastic Blog Posts by Fantastic Bloggers
- Fashion (group board)
- Favorite Blogging Tips
- For #Creative Bloggers
- Great Blog Posts Group Board
- Great Bloggers
- Group Board for Bloggers
- How to Rock Your Blog
- Making Money
- | Mom|Foodie|Lifestyle|Blogs|
- Mommy blogs
- Mostly Blogging*
- Online Marketing
- Pinterest Addiction
- Pinterest for Pro Bloggers
- Pinterest Marketing
- POST YOUR BLOG! Bloggers promote here
- ~Promote your Blog~
- Promoting Blogger Babes
- Share All Your Pins (Group Board – No Limit)
- Social Media Marketing
- Social Media Tips
- Top Blogs – Pinterest Viral Board
- Turbo Blogging & Business (Temporarily closed at the time of this writing.)
- Writers Blog Posts
How to Find Pinterest Group Boards
In the event, you’d like to pin to even more Pinterest boards, directories exist to help you.
How can you find Pinterest group boards?
PinGroupie is a popular, free directory that can help you find Pinterest group boards. You’ll see “Followers,” “Pins,” and “Last Updated.”
Many tools are available to help you pin to the boards at prescheduled times. After all, you can’t be at a computer all the time, now can you?
Free Pinterest schedulers include Ahalogy and Viralwoot. [Read: This Wonderful Pin Scheduler is the Fastest Thing I’ve Ever Seen: Viralwoot.]
Note: Just like Facebook groups, Pinterest community boards often have rules. Follow them or risk expulsion.
For example, I asked to pin to one board that required two visits to their linky party before they’d let you pin. Another board requires vertical pins.
I realize this many boards may cause confusion. The Trying Not to Go Crazy blog offers tips to use an Excel Spreadsheet to organize all these boards.
*Note: Mostly Blogging has a group Pinterest board. If you’re a subscriber of Mostly Blogging and you’d like to pin to our board, please let me know in the comments section.
If you’d like to subscribe and gain access to the board, click here: Mostly Blogging.
Do you have a Pinterest board that currently accepts contributors? Let’s make a resource together. You are welcome to leave the link to the board in the comments section.
Readers, please share so other bloggers can boost their blog traffic by using Pinterest group boards.
Source: Kaylee Marie Blog