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Are you familiar with Pinterest Analytics and how they can help you with your blog?

In this step-by-step tutorial, I explain exactly what you need to study in your Pinterest Analytics, in order to make your content work for you.

Pinterest Analytics only work for those who have a Pinterest Business account and having Rich Pins are a bonus, as well.

Learn how to set up your Pinterest profile for maximum success with this 10-step process for beginners!

I will expand on this post later this week, but in the meanwhile, if you’d like to learn how I use Pinterest group boards and Tailwind to increase traffic to my site, check out my section on Pinterest Tips on the blog.

Watch the video below and feel free to ask me any questions in the comments.

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Pinterest Analytics are great to use as a reference point when you are looking to learn a few things: What content does well on Pinterest, what content drives click-throughs and how to study it in conjunction with Google Analytics. Watch the video tutorial in this post to learn more. #PinterestTips #PinterestMarketing

Enjoyed the video? You’d love my Image Checklist for making pins that stand out in the Pinterest Smart feed!


Shailaja V

Hi there! I'm Shailaja Vishwanath, a blogger with 12 years of blogging experience and a parent to a teen. I work as a digital marketing and social media consultant. From positive parenting tips to useful productivity hacks, social media advice to blogging advice, you'll find them all right here. Welcome to my blog.

2 Comments

Shantala · March 11, 2019 at 9:44 pm

This was really helpful, Shy. Helped me understand what exactly to focus my energies on, and what not to worry about. Thank you!
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Sulekha · March 15, 2019 at 8:44 pm

Thanks for this video, Shailaja. I am planning to work on my Pinterest account along with my primary goal- My blog, and this video helps a lot in clarifying a lot of things. I still might need a bit of help in understanding the analytics 🙂

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