Have you joined a Tailwind Tribe yet? If not, I’m going to tell you 3 ways you are killing your blogging traffic by not joining tailwind tribes and how you can quickly rectify those mistakes.
What Exactly is a TailWind Tribe? An online community of individuals via TailWind (scheduling and analytics tool for Pinterest and Instagram) that share and engage each other’s content helps boost their Pinterest reach and traffic.
How Can Tailwind Tribes Affect Your Blogging Career?
Tailwind Tribes have become an important component of many bloggers Pinterest marketing strategy, including mine. For bloggers who are tribe members, their content is being shared with more Pinterest users, than those who are not members of a Tribe.
Tribe members vs non tribe members will have more;
- Pins being Repinned
- Blogging Traffic
- Opportunities to Increase Blogging Income
Of course, the answer to this problem is to join a tailwind tribe. But I’m going to provide you with a few tips I used in conjunction with my tribes to increase my Pinterest reach and explode my blog traffic.
First let’s examine how tailwind tribes work…
Once you have created a pin for Pinterest, you would then login to TailWind. From there, you can click on the button Find a Tribe. Make sure you find a tribe that share’s similar interest as yours.
For instance, if you’re a lifestyle blogger, you would look for tribes with other bloggers and lifestyle bloggers.
Once you find a tribe you want to join, click the join button, and wait to be accepted into the tribe.
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How I Use Tribes to Increase My Potential Reach
After I have created my pins in Canva to share on Pinterest, I manually pin them to Pinterest. After 24 hours, I go to pin inspector (under the insight tab) on my Tailwind Dashboard, and add the pin I manually pinned to Pinterest 24 hours before, to one tribe.
Because I belong to multiple tribes, I create a different variation of quality pins for one blog post. Pinning each pin variation to a different tribe. I do this to see which pin design will receive the most shares from my fellow tribe members.
Once I have shared that pin to a tribe. I then go back and scheduled the same pins I just shared in the tribe, to group boards. Doing this technique has increased my number of re-shares, and more than doubled my blog traffic from Pinterest.
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If you want to drive more traffic to your website from Pinterest, you will definitely want to try out Tailwind Tribes to help you achieve your goals.