How do you increase Pinterest traffic to your articles and what category is best to use?
There are categories for books and crafts and education. This is a great site if you can get the traffic
By pinning yours and other articles can increase traffic alone. I pin my articles up and people see that on pinterest and "re-pin" them. You can make your own categories, it allows you to type your own in the search box, It's best to use something a lot of people would be interested in like animals, photography and just like you said craft ideas and very big on there as well. I hope this helps you a little!
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