Welcome! If you are looking for some help with your Pinterest account, you are in the right place. I love Pinterest and I LOVE teaching people how to do stuff, so this is definitely a win-win situation.
For me, Pinterest is a business, a hobby, and a bit of an obsession all rolled into one. And it’s a topic of endless fascination for me. My latest Pinterest toy is the new Tribes feature in Tailwind. If you’re not familiar with Tailwind, it is a very helpful scheduling tool that I have been using for the last six months or so. I have to say, it is pretty awesome and it has enabled me to obtain some massive growth in my overall Pinterest reach.
The Tribes feature has only been available for about a month, so I think it’s still in Beta, but I am LOVING it. Like any community, Pinterest wants to make sure you are playing nice by pinning stuff from other people, and not just your own material all the time. But the question is, where to find good, quality pins that you want to add to your boards. That’s where the Tribes feature comes in. You can create a Tribe and add all your blogger friends to it. They can add their best pins to your shared space and you also add your best pins and everyone in the group can see them and pin them.Tailwind Tribes are the EASY way to get MORE repins Click To Tweet
The best thing is the Viral score in the upper right hand corner of each pin. That way you can see how many times the pin or the post has been shared both on Pinterest and on Facebook. So if it has a high number, that’s a pretty popular pin and you probably want to grab it for your boards. On the other hand, if a pin has a very low number, then you can help out your friend by pinning it a few times.
Click the NEXT button and I’ll show you how to use this terrific Tribes tool.
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