Last Updated on July 9, 2021 by Nicky Johnson
Getting Blog Traffic From Pinterest Using Tailwind
If you’re anything like me, when you need help understanding a blogging tool you either turn to:
I go to these two sources for help before I go to Google. Probably because they both so colorful and inviting.
Plus, I like to get step by step tutorials and see stuff in real-time so I can really get a feel of how to use a tool.
The tool I’ve been talking about all week is Tailwind.
You can use tailwind to schedule months and months of Pinterest pins. And it’s not just about pinning any old pin.
There’s a strategy involved with using Pinterest.
Or at least there should be.
Don’t have Tailwind? Then sign up to get 100 pin schedule free of charge. I know I know…seems too good to be true but I kid you not. Tis true!
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Video Tutorials On Using Tailwind For Pinterest Marketing
Beginner Tailwin Tutorial
Intermediate Tailwind Tutorial
Advanced Tailwind Tutorial
I also have this post you can reference on using Tailwind:
If you already have Tailwind then I hope these videos have helped you understand Tailwind and Pinterest a lot better.
And if you don’t have Tailwind, then you can sign up to use it for up to 100 free scheduled pins. Click here to find out more.
The Top 5 Pinterest Marketing Tools I Wish I’d Had Before I Created My First Pin
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Having these resources in the beginning or even middle of my journey would have saved me from so many Pinterest marketing headaches.
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