So many pins, so little wine..

Hey! Hey! Gorgeous Gals! 👯

Is it just me and this glass of wine, or is anyone else #OBSESSED with Pinterest?!

It's so important to leverage our content/brand/products across different social media platforms! So today I wanted to share a few tips on --

How to [Almost] Effortlessly Incorporate Pinterest into Your Social Media



No matter what you share, it’s important to cross-promote as much as possible. As you do this, you increase your visibility + reach + new people will start connecting with you! It also helps to build consistency and trust with your tribe!


* Make Your Blog Pin Worthy--

When you write blog posts, include beautiful images with quotes (and watermarked with your logo or URL!) + a pin button so that people will then pin your posts on Pinterest. Also keep this in mind and create a “cover image” for each blog post that contains its title and your website URL!

Bonus points for using the optimized Pinterest dimensions!


* Add a Facebook Page Tab--

Facebook and Pinterest can work together very well if you add a Facebook Page Tab for Pinterest on your Facebook pages. Link directly to your Pinterest account in this way.

Link to add Facebook Page Tab:


* Ask People to Connect -

On all your social media accounts, announce your Pinterest presence and ask them to join you on your Pinterest account too. Bonus points for making it engaging by asking your tribe to drop their Pinterest profile links in the comments! + Be sure to go + follow them!


* Use Promoted Posts -

Get the word out about your Pinterest account by using promoted posts on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Use them to promote your Pinterest account so you can get more Pinterest followers.


* Turn Comments into Posts -

When you get a positive comment, use an app like Canva or WordSwag to turn the positive comment into a meme or quote image. Make a pinboard with the positive comments and be sure to share them on other social media too!


* Put Links to Your Social Media Accounts in Your Email Signature --

When people have signed up for your email list, they probably will enjoy being part of your business by signing up for your other social media accounts too.


* Add Social Media Share Buttons to Email -

Aside from linking to your social media accounts via email, offer social share buttons too. That way email readers can share the content with others, which will get you more subscribers.


Drop your Pinterest link in the comments + be sure to go follow the others!


Bri LongComment