One Thing That Exploded My Traffic From Pinterest In Under 2 Months
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If you’re struggling with getting traffic or visitors to your blog then this post is a must read.
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Before we begin, these are my results from implementing this strategy.
Now, let’s begin. Two months ago, I was STRUGGLING to get visitors to my blog and my blogging experience was beginning to take a turn for the worst. I love writing, but I was finding it less and less appealing to me since I was always worrying about low page views and small Adsense earnings or affiliate sales, especially since my blog takes up a huge chunk of my time and I really expect it to be my full-time income by the end of this year.
I knew there was potential on Pinterest and for my blog (I could see others getting thousands of page views and making thousands of dollars, but, I could not make Pinterest work for me even though I was doing everything I read I should be doing:
I was creating 2-3 images for each post I published
I published 4 posts a month
I was using Tailwind to schedule my pins
I was interacting on Pinterest Group Boards
I was interacting in Facebook groups like crazy.
I read every blog post I could find about Pinterest marketing for blogs, but nothing seemed to be giving me the results I desired.
You name it, I was doing it only to find that my traffic improved by less than 30% each month.
I had developed a strategy so to speak, but it wasn’t the best and it didn’t yield great results.
I like to ke
ep things as cheap as possible, so I came into my blogging journey back in 2016 with an attitude that I would find all the information I need to achieve great success with my blog with FREE online information. I’m sure this is possible, but it was becoming too frustrating to try to figure out what was good information and what didn’t make any sense….and the time it took to figure this all out…I just couldn’t do it anymore.
So, in February, I finally decided to get an e-book about Marketing on Pinterest after seeing the success that the writer of this ebook showcased, plus the success of some other bloggers who used the e-book.
The writer claimed to have grown her blog traffic to over 200,000 page views in under 6 months by strictly pinning manually on Pinterest. I knew there must be some merit to her claim since she was qualified for and was displaying Ad Thrive ads on her blog. If you know anything about Ad Thrive, you will know that your blog needs to get a minimum of 100,000 page views monthly to be eligible to join that network. So I knew her strategy was working for her, but I was unsure if it would work for me and my blog!
I took the chance anyways. After all, the worst thing that could happen was that $30 would be wasted. It wasn’t that bad.
This has been the best decision of my blogging life thus far!
I launched my blog on September 1, 2016
These were my stats in for the first 5 months of blogging (when I was trying to learn everything on my own.)
My traffic has improved each month, however, keep in mind I was doing all kinds of low return tasks to get those page views in the first place. Up until I purchased the e-book and implemented the strategies in it, I would NEED to participate in:
Click for clicks almost daily. Now that I look back this was an absolute waste of my time. Why? Because the person who was visiting my blog didn’t actually care about my content, they were just doing it in exchange for a page view or two in return. This is a very unsustainable practice and could never make my blog as successful as I want it to be! What’s more, this click for click took up so much of my time! If you’re doing this, please stop and get the e-book instead and get some real and meaningful traffic from Pinterest.
Pinterest share threads.: Those were super time consuming as well, and I can’t think of a time when I was able to finish them on time (I would try to join 2-3 each day to get as many repins as possible, so Pinterest could favor my pins and show them in Pinterest smart feed more often, so that people actually cared about my content could see my pins and visit my blog. I can’t say this didn’t work since I was able to grow my traffic by a bit every month doing those things. However, for the amount of time and effort those tasks took, the returns were super, super low.
As you can see, my traffic growth for my first 5 months was steady, but it was also very slow.
After purchasing Pinteresting Strategies
The month I bought the e-course (on Feb 7th, 2017) my traffic jumped from 12,700 page views the previous month to 19,900 page views in February. This was amazing! If you look back at stats for my first 5 months blogging (screenshots above), you will see that my average growth each month was between 1000-3000 page views per month. After using the strategies in the e-course my growth more than doubled in that month. I got a little over 6400+ additional page views all from Pinterest when my average growth before implementing the strategies of the e-course was only 3000+ page views!
If this wasn’t great enough, in March 2017, I went from 19,100 to 45,800 page views! An increase of over 25,000 page views! This e-book and the strategies in it are truly awesome!
Traffic For April 2017
Traffic for May 2017
Traffic for June 2017
My review of Pinteresting Strategies (the e-course)
The first two weeks or so of implementing the strategies I was completely and utterly disheartened. My traffic stayed the same and even dipped from the previous month! I panicked a little and emailed another student of the e-book to see if I was doing something wrong! She assured me that this was normal and I should give it a few days or 2 weeks to see results.
I did and I’m glad I didn’t abandon the e-book prematurely.
Now that I’ve done more research and have learned more things I will let you know this so you don’t panic like I did if you choose to purchase the e-book and don’t see immediate growth like I did (i.e a week or two of delay.)
Pinterest is very sensitive to spam and spam-like activities. If your Pinterest account has been using Tailwind or another scheduler to pin for months and you suddenly start pinning manually (as the e-book suggests) Pinterest will take a while to assess your account to make sure it isn’t involving in spam activities. In this time, your traffic may dip, for a short while, but it will improve, as you can see in the screenshot of February’s traffic stats above. (see screenshot for February 2017 stats above for clarity)
I am so glad I found the courage to get this e-book. I am now starting to enjoy my blogging journey a bit more since I’m getting traffic without having to complete click for click threads and Pinterest share threads daily. I am no longer spending my entire day participating in low return tasks and I am able to create more great content for readers. I’m getting 1500+ page every day from Pinterest.
My income is improving as well and this is awesome! I can finally apply for Media Vine ads (which requires you to have 25k sessions before you can qualify). This means pretty soon, my ad income will increase!
Update: I have applied for Media Vine ads and now run them on my blog. My ad income has increased significantly and I made over $500 in ad income in May!
I’m excited about my blogging prospects for the next few months and it’s all because this e-book has helped increase my traffic immensely!
Upon first reading the e-book I was slightly disappointed. The main reason for this was due to my super high expectations. I felt that an e-book (or the strategies inside the e-book which had helped others get such great results (200,00 page views per month to the writer and 100,000 page views to other students) must have some sort of GREAT BIG REVELATION. It wasn’t that at all. The e-book teaches simple actionable tips and changes that bring you major results. Those small changes are things we often overlook on Pinterest or maybe have never even thought of as we go about promoting our posts or blog.
The e-book and is a true representation of how small changes can lead to massive results!
The e-course normally costs only $47.00 and is worth every penny.
Since using it I have taken my blog traffic from 300 page views per day to as much as 3000 pageviews per day. If you have a look at the image below, my traffic is much better than it was before.
I purchased the e-book on February 8th, 2017 and by February 21st, 2017, my traffic began to increase and has remained at 1000+ page views every single day.
I highly recommend this e-book to you if you’ve been struggling to grow your traffic. Use this special link to purchase it and finally improve your traffic! Plus from now till September 21st, use code MOP15OFF for 15% off your purchase!
10 thoughts on “One Thing That Exploded My Traffic From Pinterest In Under 2 Months”
Hi Yandra! Ok I clicked through and bought this via your affiliate link!
I really really really want it to work and I’m hopeful. I’m hoping to be able to check back with you in a few weeks time and thank you.
Wish me luck!!
Hey Jessica! I can’t wait to hear how you’re doing in a few weeks! I’m sure you will see some great results 🙂 Good luck and don’t hesitate to send me a message if you need any insight!
Very interesting! I’m gonna look into purchasing this e-book! Thanks for your review 🙂
You’re most welcome Alicia! If you do purchase it, let me know how it works out for you!
Thanks to you I’ve purchased the book. But, like you, got discouraged because my traffic went down – like, super low. Now, I’m in a funk (LOL). But, I’ll get back on the ball. How many pins do you post a day? Her recommended amount doesn’t seem like it’s working for me.
Since I’m pinning manually I can’t tell you exactly how many since I do not know for sure, but I’d say about 100-120 per day. I suggest you have a look at Google analytics and determine that time/times of day when you get the most traffic to your blog. This is usually your peak time and focus the bulk of your manual pinning in those time periods.
Hello Yandra! I bought your ebook and learning a lot. However, I have a question. What do you use to track what you have pinned and on which boards? Do you use something like Google Docs or what do you use? Please, help. Thank you
Hi Virginia! I’m so happy the ebook is helping you out! I actually don’t use anything to track what I’ve pinned. But, since I’ve been pinning for a couple of months now, I tend to have an idea of which groups boards move fast and which ones are super slow. I tend to pin to the ones that get a lot of activity the most. Hope this helps!
My business is an ecommerce store. I do have a blog but am interested in driving people to my site to make purchases more than to read the blog. Will this book be helpful for me?
Absolutely! As long as your mission is driving traffic, the book will help you do that. P.s if you’re going to make a purchase anytime before August 15th use code MOP15OFF for 15% discount!