It can take a lot of quality pinning, or a lot of luck, to go viral on Pinterest, but you can increase the likelihood of your pins going viral by following these simple steps:
1) Name your boards something simple and most likely to be searched.
– Example: Name your board “Healthy Lunches” rather than “Yummy and Healthy Lunches.”
2) Categorize all boards correctly.
– Note: Always avoid categorizing under ‘Other.’
3) Give each board a good description.
– One full sentence recommended for board descriptions.
4) Add informative pin descriptions for all pins.
– Use keywords that are likely to be searched, like “Healthy,” “Vegan,” “Easy,” or “Gluten Free” for recipe pins and “DIY,” “Hack,” or “How To” for homemade projects.
5) Repeat words in your pin description from the board it’s going to.
– For pins going on your ‘Healthy Lunches’ board, try and include the words “Healthy” or “Lunches” in some of those pin descriptions too, without it being too noticeable.
6. Always pin into the correct board category.
– Example: Avoid pinning a recipe onto your travel board.
7. Verify your website URL.
– This gives your profile, hence your pins, a better ranking because it shows that your URL is a verified source.
8. Share pins daily.
– Regularly pinning quality content makes your pins show up higher in Pinterest search results. I recommend sharing 15-25 pins throughout each day.
Can you think of other ways to make your pins go viral? Comment below! Read How to Completely Optimize Your Pinterest Profile and 10 Boards All Brands on Pinterest Should Have for even more Pinterest tips and examples!
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This is good information. Question. So it's better to have a shorter title and in the description have a more in depth description? For example. "Gluten Free Recipes from Gluten Free Bloggers" Is one of my titles. Would it be better to gall it Gluten Free Bloggers and the then in the descripion say the above info? Just trying to clarify.
I have that my repins and likes increase when I use hashtags along with the keywords.