Learn the steps to take to build your Pinterest audience and top tips for those starting out on Pinterest from a travel blogger who currently has 1.9 millions monthly viewers on Pinterest.

About Kate Storm: Kate spent more than 4 years traveling the world full-time chasing her passions to wherever sounded funky or fun, dazzling or delicious, wild or whimsical, ridiculous or romantic before deciding to base herself in Austin, Texas. 

She runs Our Escape Clause, a travel website designed to help the average traveler explore the world which happens to have 1.9 million monthly viewers on Pinterest.

She also runs Lone Star Travel Guide, which is dedicated to traveling in her home state of Texas. When she’s not writing, you can normally find her on a hike somewhere gorgeous, wandering around a city, reading a great book, or planning one of the next thousand trips she plans to take.

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How Bloggers Can Create a Pinterest Traffic Avalanche with Kate Storm

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Kate Storm in Sicily

Show focus: Pinterest for Bloggers. What to do today to create a Pinterest routine and how to drive more traffic to your blog with Pinterest.

Listen to today’s episode where Kate and I chat about how the keys to driving traffic from Pinterest. We also chat about her daily and weekly routines for Pinterest, her top piece of advice for building an audience on Pinterest and the importance of Facebook groups in her Pinterest strategy. This show is all about Pinterest for bloggers and top tips to increase traffic from Pinterest. And last but not least, we chat about the importance of consistency with a Pinterest strategy.

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Details from the Pinterest Bloggers Podcast Conversation with Kate:

  • How to create pins quickly.
  • How to drive more traffic to your blog with Pinterest.
  • Best way to create photos & graphics for Pinterest.
  • Optimal size ‘now’ for Pins.
  • Pinterest bloggers strategy.
  • Pinterest board strategy. 
  • Kate’s thoughts on group boards.
  • Board description strategy.
  • Pin description strategy. 
  • Best practices for adding pin description to Alt tags.
  • Pin to Pinterest or Tailwind? Which is best?
  • How many pins per day is best.
  • Using Pinterest as a search tool.
  • How often to create new pins (Fresh pins)
  • How often to create new pins for old content.
  • How to build a Pinterest traffic avalanche
  • What types of content/articles do best on Pinterest.
  • What types of articles drive the most traffic from Pinterest.
  • Tailwind tribes. Are they worth it?
  • Facebook Pin groups. Are they worth it?
  • Using Tailwind and Pinterest blogger analytics for determining new images for.
  • How much traffic you can actually get from Pinterest!
  • How to create a basic daily or weekly routine for Pinterest. If you had to sum it all up, what is your top piece of advice for building an audience on Pinterest?

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How Bloggers Can Create a Pinterest Traffic Avalanche with Kate Storm

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