Have you been wondering why your pins haven’t been getting re-pinned?

Are you making the 3 most common mistakes many Pinterest users are making? Here are the things you need to know to get the most re-pins for your Pins!

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#1 – Make Sure that you are not using small square photos! It has been shown that people who pin longer images .. typically 735 pixels  x 1102 pixels get more re-pins!

 





#2 Make Sure that you Use SEO in Your Titles and your Photos that you upload – Pinterest is a big search engine .. Make sure that people can find what they are looking for.

#3 Which is by far the most common mistake made .. DO NOT just pin just an image and a url ! Make sure you write a description that utilizes SEO . But for Heaven Sakes have a Description! 

I do not know how many times I have passed on sharing content because it didn’t have a description. Tailwind will not let you pin anything that does not contain a description .. and if it doesn’t have one? Well the likely hood of me  or any other blogger making a description for your pin is slim to none … we are looking to save time. #harshtruth

 

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13 Comments

  1. monika

    awesome!
    thanks for the advice!

    Reply
  2. EnN KaY

    Well, intresting info….
    I m glad that you shared it with us…
    Keep the good work on…
    God bless..

    Reply
  3. Kareen Liez Datoy

    Helpful post! I agree with you that longer images get more re-pins. It is also good to follow boards and just pin and pin and pin!

    Reply
  4. Pammy

    I am definitely signing up! I rarely put a description to my pins, glad I’ve read your useful tips! Thanks for sharing.

    Pammy -joyfulsource.com

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    • Jennifer Dawn

      I am so glad you found it useful! I LOVE helping people grow their business & Blogs!

      Reply
  5. Candace

    Pinterest is something that I have only just started to concentrate on for my blog. Some great tips here, thanks

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    • Jennifer Dawn

      Thanks, Candace! I’m happy you find it informative.

      Reply
  6. prachi

    quite interested!!

    Reply

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