Craft a good, search-friendly title.
Don't write in over-saturated topics.
Answer a question that people are searching for.
Write to the title.
Don't overuse keywords.
Make use of sub-titles.
Write in excellent English.
Be an authority on the topic.
Start by using Google's Keyword Planner to identify relevant keyword phrases that have decent monthly search volume.
Use them sparingly in the title, body, subheads and relevant images.
It's a good idea to make your first photo Made for Pinterest by posting an excellent photo and then putting text on it that reflects your title.
You should also use keywords or synonyms for them when you caption your photos.
Another tip is to use your key words in your first and last sentences. However, try not to keep repeating the same keyword. Use alternatives as much as possible.
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