Find Out Who Is Pinning Your Website’s URL On Pinterest
Pinterest has become one of the most efficient traffic sources, in some cases even surpassing networks like Twitter, depending on the nature of your website or blog. Naturally, a lot of bloggers and social media marketers are embracing Pinterest to increase social media reach and to drive traffic to their sites.
For starters, see what is being pinned from your own site by using the following URL:
As simple as it may seem, the trick is actually great to increase engagement with your audience. By checking the URL often, you can give your site pins more boost.
- Always Like and sometimes comment on pins from your site to give them better ranking and increase their reach.
- Repin some of the most interesting and unique images. You can even repin user comments.
- Follow your promoters (those who pin your pages), encouraging them return to your site.
Now let’s give it a try with my site: http://pinterest.com/source/professorjosh.wordpress.com/
Can you think of any more cool uses of the Pinterest “source” page? Please share them in the comments.