The ultimate aim of engaging in any social media interaction including Pinterest is to drive people to your website. The secret to Pinterest is to include enough engaging information to get your target audience to not only re-pin your pin, but also to follow you so that they can re-pin and share more of your pinboards, enabling them to click through to your website for more information.

There are a few tricks I can share with you for accomplishing traffic generation using Pinterest.

Create Themed Pinterest Boards

Your website blog should be split into keyword rick categories, you should create a new pinboard for each category on your blog. Additionally, create some pinboards that are lifestyle oriented for your target audience that don’t necessarily go along with your blog, but match the interests of your target audience. For example, if you have a bookkeeping business and your target customers are beauty shops, you might, in addition to the typical tips and information about bookkeeping, include a board for new hairstyles or products related to beauty shops.

Include a Quote from a Blog Article

Within the description, include a quote or summary of the blog post that you will be linking your readers to. This will engage them and perhaps pique their interest enough to get them to click through. Be sure that your blog posts or articles and description resonate with your audience and match the particular theme of the pinboard you’re attaching it to.

Choose a Relevant Image

Create or purchase an image that will go with the topic, is interesting to look at and brings meaning to the words, in the article or blog post, your image is the first thing people see so try and engage your audience. The image is also a good place to put a quote, a logo and URL watermark, and other information relevant to the blog post that you’ll be linking to. Images are of extreme importance on Pinterest. There are several software programs you can use to help you create images fast, like and

Link Directly to Your Blog Article

Don’t just link the pin to your homepage, that’s a rocky mistake, instead link directly to the exact page that you want your readers to click through and read. It can be a blog post, a landing page, or some other content and even a product if you wish. It’s up to you. The point is, you want the link to go to your site, not someone else’s. Even if you are promoting someone else’s products and services, lead them to your site, then to the product or service.

Finally, don’t shy away from long images like infographics, or from using video. Pinners love infographics and they love watching video. Anything that is highly visual and pretty to look at will entice them to go further to see more by clicking through to your information.

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