How To Level Up Your Pinterest Game Using BoardBooster [Video Tutorial]

I know. I know.

Considering that I am all gung-ho about social media and ESPECIALLY Pinterest, I can’t believe that I did not get to using BoardBooster sooner.

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Before BoardBooster I would typically go into Pinterest every other day and pin my newest pin to the groups boards and then do some repinning of my older pins as well as pins submitted by members of my group board How to Create Job-Free Income.

Honestly, this would take me 20-30 minutes/day and although I think this is very little time for such a simple task, I am always looking for ways to be more efficient with my time.

Enter BoardBooster.

If you are on the fence about BoardBooster, I want you to get OFF the fence. At $5/month for 500 pins , I am going to say it is WAY worth your time and sanity.

PLUS, while I was already getting a decent amount of traffic everyday from Pinterest, I have noticed a really nice uptick in my blog traffic from Pinterest and that with me hardly touching Pinterest itself.

Here are the stats from after using BoardBooster for 5 weeks :

Almost half of my pins I set up through BoardBooster Campaigns are being repinned. I am doing a very conservative 18-20 pins per day.

In the video tutorial above, I go over :

  1. The difference between Campaigns, Looping and Scheduling
  2. How to set up a simple Campaign
  3. How to use BoardBooster’s in-built analytics to create an even better Pinterest Strategy so you can drive traffic and potential leads back to your blog

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If you are on the fence about BoardBooster, I want you to get OFF the fence. At $5/month for 500 pins , I am going to say it is WAY worth your time and sanity.

  • Taylor Greenwald

    This is a great tutorial; very useful! Thank you so much!

  • Donna Wildman

    Thanks Gee. I was using Tailwinds, but my free trial ran out, so think I’ll give Board Booster a try for a comparison. 🙂