If you think Pinterest Groups boards are dead, you are wrong.
Pinterest group boards are very much alive, you just need to join the right group boards so they can drive traffic to your website.
So stop listening to others who claim Pinterest Group Boards. There are still many very active and highly engaged Pinterest Group Boards. I use Pinterest Group boards and I’m getting over 6.3 Million monthly viewers!
But finding the right Pinterest Group boards can be tricky. So if you don’t know how to find Pinterest Group boards, then this post is for you. I will teach you an easy way on how to find Pinterest group boards.
Whether you are a new blogger or if you have been blogging for years, you should be using Pinterest to grow your blog traffic.
Pinterest is a great resource that can help to get your content seen by millions of people every month.
You can Pin your Pins to your own boards and to Group Boards to grow your blog traffic quickly.
What are PINTEREST Group Boards?
Pinterest Group Boards are a great way to increase traffic to your website.
Pinterest allows users to organize images into personal collections known as boards. With a personal Pinterest Board, you are the only one who can add content to the board.
A group board is similar to a regular Pinterest Board. The only difference is that the Group Board Owner can invite other people (known as collaborators) to Pin to the board.
When you pin a pin to a group a board, this allows the pin to be seen by the board owner, their followers as well as the other collaborators and their followers.
HOW TO KNOW IF A PINTEREST GROUP BOARD IS HIGHLY ENGAGED
You only want to join active and highly engaged Pinterest Group Boards that have quality pins.
If the board has Spammy pins, the board will not help you.
A great way to tell if the board is a high quality Pinterest Board is by using Tailwind.
Tailwind has a section call “Board Insights“. Here you can find some useful information and stats on each Board (including Group Boards).
So you can see how the boards are performing.
WHAT TYPE OF PINTEREST Group Boards to Join?
Join Group boards that are related to your Niche.
Don’t join every group board that you come across, only join boards that will help you to grow your content.
So find Group Boards related to your niche, have high quality pins, AND ones that do not look spammy.
Once you are accepted to the Group Board, you can check Tailwind to see if the Pinterest Group Board performs well. If the Group Board is not performing well, you can leave the group.
You may also find group boards that have a “general topic” which means any topic can pin to the Group Board. Only pin to those boards if they perform well.
What are PINTEREST Group Boards Rules?
All highly engaged Pinterst Group Boards, should have rules.
You can find a Pinterest GRoup Boards rules in the description of the boards.
The rules will usually tell you how to join the board, what you can pin, and how often you can pin.
Make sure you follow the rules otherwise you will get booted out (usually without warning)!
How To Find PINTEREST Group Boards
First off, I have several Group boards open for new contributors!
- Share your Pin – Any Topic
- Farmhouse Decor
- Gift Ideas
- Holiday – all holidays
- Fashion Inspiration
- Social Media Marketing *Group Board*
- Share Your Blog *Group Board*
- Christmas Group Board
I keep my rules simple for all my group boards:
- Pin for Pin no limit
- For every pin you add, you must repin another pin
- Only add up to 3 pins a day
- No spamming or you will be removed
To join my group boards, send me an email at KAinspired1 @ gmail . com. List your Pinterest Username, a link to your Pinterest account, and which board(s) you want to be invited to.
If you want to see my group boards, go to my Pinterest Account and look for the group boards.
You’ll see I have 25,500 followers and over 6.3 Million Monthly viewers, so I do know what I’m talking about when it comes to Pinterest.
HOW TO FIND PINTEREST GROUP BOARDS TO JOIN
I have an easy trick to help you find worthy Pinterest Group Boards to join.
First, find an influencer in your niche that has a high presence on Pinterest. They would normally have a large following and a large monthly viewer amount.
Now go to their profile and look at their boards. Look to see which Pinterest Group Boards they are part of.
Check out the board to see if it looks like a high quality group. If the board looks like a fit, read the description to the group board and contact the group board owner for an invite.
You can find several group boards through this method and send your requests off for an invite.
I suggest doing this a few times throughout DIFFERENT days because Pinterest HATES spammers.
If you do this method a few times a day over several days, you should be fine. If you do it too much in one day, you’ll look like a spammer to Pinterest. No one wants to be in Pinterest Jail.
Let me know how this method works for you by either commenting below.
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