Did you know that your Pinterest boards help your pins rank on Pinterest? They allow Pinterest to identify what you specialize in and what you blog about! It’s all a collection of information dedicated to helping your Pinterest rank in your specialty areas.
The problem is, where do you get your Pinterest board ideas? You can’t make a ‘recipe’ board and only have one pin or post relating to recipes.
The easiest way to start building your Pinterest boards is by identifying what your blog posts have in common. Start from broad and then narrow it down, for example:
I blog about building your blogging business.
Additionally, my target audience is moms.
So I also blog about mom-related business problems:
Some of these overlap will overlap or will not have enough content to support them.
I have three mom-specific blog posts,
But, I have TONS of blogging posts:
You get the idea…
So, according to my shortlist it would be a good idea to have ONE mom-specific Pinterest board, but I could create three or four blogging boards.
Here’s the Boards I could create:
Of course, there’s a little SEO in the mix – but this is the easiest way to start setting up your Pinterest boards as a beginner.
Now, we’ve gone over creating your Pinterest boards title-wise, but don’t neglect your description! Your description is JUST AS IMPORTANT as your board title and the pins you’re adding to it. But, that’s a conversation for another day!
Get your basics down and then we’ll move onto the little details – if you’re ready to start NOW, follow me on instagram @commamama.co or on pinterest @thecommamama to get early access to my Pinterest ebook Caffe Pinterest, the ultimate guide to Pinterest for beginners.