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How to Use Board Lists with the Tailwind App for Pinterest

Tailwind is a Pinterest scheduler and it has helped me save so much time when using Pinterest.

I’ve been using Tailwind for about 6 months but over the past few months I have been very intentional with how I’m using the app. I absolutely love the Board Lists feature where I am able to schedule 50+ pins a day so I can grow my Pinterest account and spend more time doing things that I want to. 

7 Things I Did To Explode My Pinterest Traffic

Last year I mentioned in this post how important it is to track your stats for your online business or blog. At the end of March 2018, I realized that not only did I gain 100+ followers on Pinterest but I also increased my monthly page views on Pinterest to over 150k! This is HUGE for me and I wanted to see what I was doing to gain so much growth so that you could do this as well.

Here are 7 Things I Did to Explode my Pinterest Traffic:

How to Create a Collaboration/Roundup Blog Post

A few months ago I was included in this roundup post, 22 Awesome Blogs to Help Creative Entrepreneurs Grow Their Business from Melanie at CopyRefresh.

I remember that I was leaving the gym and my notifications were going off like crazy… and then I had this email:

The Ultimate Guide to Using Tailwind for Pinterest

I started using Tailwind a few months ago and wow I am loving it. In three short months, I have grown my website traffic, email list, and Pinterest following.

Tailwind is a Pinterest Scheduling tool you can also use it for Instagram but I haven't used that feature yet. 

So before I tell you why you'll love Tailwind, get some helpful links and a video training, I want to share with you what life was like for me before Tailwind.

How to Upload a Graphic Directly to Pinterest

Let's face it, Pinterest graphics are HUUUUUGE, especially the ones for recipes that take a full screen scroll, right? 

To save time I use the Pinterest size graphic as my blog header so I don't have to create two separate graphics, but for those of you that don't want the fairly large image hanging out on your site, this is a great work around.