If you’re a teacher or a teacher blogger then you already know all about the Pinterest craze. It holds the key to all life hacks and solutions… am I right?? I find that I spend entirely too much time scrolling through Pinterest. It’s like a rabbit hole, I find pin after pin that speak to me so of course what do I do? Pin them!
And that is how Pinterest marketing began.
Pinterest knew what they were doing by (in my opinion) one upping Google by making a visual search engine. Who isn’t drawn in by the amazing pictures and graphics you see all over as you search for your latest meal prep recipe?
Why This Matters?
You may be wondering why Pinterest matters in growing your blog or online business. The first thing is truly understanding that Pinterest is not really a social media platform in the way that Facebook or Instagram are. It is truly a search engine. A really awesome one at that!
Everyone and their mom (literally) is on Pinterest and it has huge potential for your content being… Click To Tweet
Ready to make your Pinterest Awesome?
So let’s talk about how Pinterest can help you as a teacher blogger.
Four Ways to Use Pinterest to Grow Your Blog + Biz
1.The obvious, find new ideas! You may be thinking I mean only new teaching ideas but there is also so much to learn on Pinterest about being a successful blogger and biz owner.
2.Joining group boards can help you gain an audience through repins and interested scrollers
Here are some great ones to join!
3.Join Tailwind Tribes to promote your teacher blog or TPT products
4. Add hashtags to your pin descriptions
This is a new tip that I’ve learned, as Pinterest is ever changing. It has truly helped my pins and boards gain more following. I’ve gained 50 new followers in 3 days just making some simple tweaks like adding hashtags to my boards and pins.
How to Get Started?
If you’re ready to jump into using Pinterest to your advantage make sure to grab this FREE Pinterest strategy planner! Also, you can read more in depth about how to use Pinterest for your biz + blog on my featured post at Kitz & Co