Get instant access to The Productive Pinning Blueprint (for Bloggers) and learn the manual pinning Pinterest strategy that I use to achieve a consistent 200,000 monthly page views!
Here’s how The Productive Pinning Blueprint can help you:
- Track and Organize your Pinterest Group Boards
- Organize your top Pins
- Create a schedule for your Pins
- Reduce your time spent manually pinning
Track and organize your Pinterest Group Boards
How many times have you gone to pin to a group board, only to find that you can no longer find it in your Pinterest account? Maybe the board owner changed the board name? Maybe they removed you? Or maybe they deleted the board. With the Manual Pinning Spreadsheet, you will keep track of your boards so you will never wonder what happened.
Organize your top pins
Keep track of your top pins to refer to when creating your master pinning schedule. In Carly’s book, she recommends using Google Analytics and pinning from there, but with this spreadsheet, you can record your top pins and organize them on-the-go.
Create a schedule for your pins
The manual pinning spreadsheet has formulas and pinning times listed so all you have to do is input your pins and boards for 2 days of the week. I update my Spreadsheet every 4 weeks based on trends and Google Analytics. It takes around 30 minutes a month to update and 30 minutes a day to schedule 100+ pins to 100+ group boards.
Reduce your time spent manually pinning
The spreadsheet reduced my total time pinning from 60 minutes to 30 minutes! I have over 100 group boards and by using this spreadsheet, I can pin to 100+ boards in less than 30 minutes!
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