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  1. Really great post. It was nice to see tips from other bloggers. I took a course which included many of these tips and it really does work, my stats came up 95%. I think also starting a group board is something everyone should do. I agree with all the tips given and didn’t know the one about Affiliate Links and monetizing.

    • Heidi – it’s great to hear these tips are working for you and I’m glad there was a new one for you in the bunch. 😀

    • You’re welcome, Jen. 😀 My tip for board covers is keep them simple and consistent, so they make your boards feel cohesive without distracting from the other images.

  2. I’ve really been trying to wrap my head around Pinterest these days, and it’s slow, but I have high hopes that it’ll be worth the effort. These are some great tips, and a handful I haven’t seen before. Thanks for sharing such great advice!

  3. Wonderful tips for growing pinterest. This is such an indepth post on proven pinterest strategies to grow the followers and organic traffic. Chantel, can you please explain the 12th point about affiliate links a bit further? I didn’t get it.

    • Arfa, I haven’t implemented this strategy yet, but my understanding is you can create a custom image that highlights a product or proposes a solution to a problem and add your affiliate link to lead the pinner to a sales page. 😀

  4. Chantal,

    What a great list. I love how you incorporated other blogger’s tips as a roundup! I love including other blogger’s in my posts too! I like the idea of using affiliate links on Pinterest. I haven’t had a chance to do this but am looking forward to trying it out soon.


  5. All of these board examples are so well put together. It goes on to show that cohesiveness and paying attention to how it all flows together visually, along with strategy, helps bunches. 🙂 great post.

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