How to Make Money with Your Blog in No Time| JOLLCE

How to Make Money with Your Blog in No Time| JOLLCE

3. Use Pinterest to Drive Traffic

How to look for new blog posts and articles on the web?

Google Search!

But it takes months to get your website’s ranking on Google, and who has a good few months to go before people visit your website?


So I did some research and I read everywhere that other bloggers were using Pinterest to drive free traffic to their website.

The Pinterest ?! Yes!

I always use Pinterest to find beautiful kitchen inspiration and recipes, but little did I know about getting blog traffic.

I’m now seeing Pinterest as a visual search engine and a freelance advertising platform, but the cool thing is that “ordinary” people don’t see Pinterest images as ads.

They see these as images that will help solve their problems.

But how do you use Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog?

Here are the 5 steps I used to drive traffic to my blog!

1. Set up a great Pinterest profile and convert it into a business account

Make sure you have an image in your profile. Most people recommend having your personal pictures and I can see the application, you can have a brand more than any person I have always wanted to maintain my privacy so I decided to use my logo.

It works for me!

2. There are at least 15-20 Board that are relevant to your audience, make sure you have

Pinterest boards in the very important right now.

You need to set up at least one board for your blog (or multiple if you write more than one subject on your blog).

For example, I have 4 boards for JOLLCE.

  • JOLLCE Dreams: for everything
  • JOLLCE Food: for recipes
  • JOLLCE Money: for everything money-related
  • JOLLCE Travel: for all my travel content

The board / s of your website to your blog post will be linked to the pin.

Then you need to create another 15-20 boards related to your blog that will interest your potential audience. Ideally, each of the targets that you think your target audience will search your blog to search for.

For example, I write about food on JOLLCE, so I created relevant boards:

  • Dinner Recipes
  • Lunch Recipes
  • Healthy Recipes
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan Recipes

For each individual board to make it easier to search to make sure that well-used keywords in the description.

3. Create great “clickable” Pinterest images that take you to your blog posts

I cannot emphasize how important it is. If people don’t click on your pins, all your efforts to write great content will be in vain because no one will ever read it.

  • Make sure you use readable fonts
  • Use call to action and catchy words in a call that people have to click. For example, “How I make $500 a day in my spare time” works much better than just writing “how to make money from home”.
  • Check out a few pins: I usually make 2/3 of the pins for each post and then create a new pin each week for a couple of weeks to see what works best.
  • Once you discover a job, keep it up! But don’t be afraid to change and test the new pin design.

4. Look for group boards and apply them as much as possible Group board What?

Group boards are boards owned by other individuals. They can invite you to “pin” them on the board, and once you enter your pins will appear in front of their audience. If you have a small number of followers, this is a great way to get pins in front of more people.

Group Boards to look for:

  • Look for group boards on other people’s Pinterest accounts
  • Use PinGroupie, a website that provides you with a list of all the group boards in Pinterest

Join Facebook Group Pinterest Group Boards: They have several great group boards open each week. Just check it out!

My favorite method is to spy on another person’s profile for 2 reasons:

If I were looking for bloggers like me and they were accepted on board, I might as well

Pin group can be outdated and I can get a better idea of what boards do by looking at the profiles of other bloggers: If a big blogger is on a small group board, it’s probably good to try.

To join a group board, you must send a message or email to the person who owns the board.

Sometimes you will find instructions on the details of the group board, other times you will often have to hunt.

Group boards do not apply, and never giving up is never closed.

During my first few months of blogging, I wrote to the owner of at least 30 boards a week and most of the time I got one or two replies.

This is normal! It simply continued and things will become better.

Update 2020: You can read in several Facebook groups that group boards are not as relevant as before. This is true, but they still play a role, especially if you just started.

When you apply to a group board, follow these rules:

  • Make sure that the board is as relevant as possible to your topics and well-keywords. “The best blogging”, “everything from the best bloggers” Avoids the boards and goes for the subject-specific board. A good example is: “Save money advice”, “Vegan Recipes”, “the best blogging tips for bloggers.”
  • Make sure the pins on the board you want to apply to are relevant. For example, I’m great, “Make Active” was on the board, then the owner of the board and the board began to pin PINs craft became useless because it did not know what to Pinterest!
  • Make sure there are not many contributors. Ideally, you would like to participate on boards with 10-20 contributors. Avoid boards with over 150-200 contributors, if you can.
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