How to use Pinterest effectively to get more views or traffic?
Although I share my hubs as well as other' s hubs at Pinterest, it does not get me as much traffic as it should.
I suggest that you read these two hubs by WryLilt - http:// wrylilt.hubpages.com/hub/A-Simple-Explanation-of-Pinterest-And-How-To-Work-It and http:// wrylilt.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Generate-Traffic-Using-Pinterest . There's also a HubPages learning center guide on Pinterest here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/HubP … -Pinterest .
These hubs explain how you can effectively get traffic and more views from Pinterest even if you don't have any followers or even if you don't have a Pinterest account. The key is that you should make MFP (made for Pinterest) images. These images should get visitors to your hub to be the ones to pin them to Pinterest and that will get you more traffic.
Your image should be high quality and it should be something that would entice people to pin the image and to read your hub. You can put text in your images too. WryLilt's hubs have examples of MFP images so use those for reference. Also, remember that you can't just use any photo you get from the Internet. Hope this helped.
I have a hub which will be helpful to get traffic from pinterest-
http://gags3480.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … -Followers
Pin your hub and get your friends and followers to repin your hub during high traffic hours on pinterest. This will make it so that your hub is on the front page of Pinterest and people will look at it.
by John Coviello 5 years ago
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by Susannah Birch 5 years ago
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by Jason Menayan 2 years ago
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