How To Use Pinterest To Boost Adsense Earnings

How To Use Pinterest To Boost Adsense Earnings
How To Use Pinterest To Boost Adsense Earnings


Ahh, Pinterest, it is the affiliate marketers dream platform and done well you can earn a good living promoting things on this platform alone. But we are not here for affiliate marketing reasons, we are interested in getting those clicks back to our content be it a blog or YouTube channel and here are a few great tips to do just that...



Tip 1: Boards Are King


While a pin on Pinterest can do well and even go viral it is the board it is pinned to that you really want to concentrate on. Time after time I see Pinterest boards in the number 1 spot on big keyword search results and that means MASSIVE amounts of clicks through to those boards. If you are a YouTuber you need to pin your videos and interesting screen grabs to a board of the same subject name. This even works for gamers, just make a Pinterest board with the name of the game on (Maybe Apex Legends Reviewed) and post loads of them. The better and more interesting the image, the more times it will get pinned and ALL of these pins can be clicked to go back to your YouTube channel or Blog. For Bloggers, things are even easier as you can pin all the blog images you have. Just try and keep them all inside pin boards with big keywords on it.

Tip 2: Only Follow The Interested


Much like Facebook friends you can follow and unfollow people and their boards at the drop of a hat, so keep that follow churn going and only follow people that are repinning your pins and also follow those who post the best pins for you to repin (more on that in a moment). You can even invite your top Pinterest fans to pin on your boards, or even ask bigger brands and people if you can pin on their boards. It's easy to discover your engagement numbers on this platform so use that information as best you can and keep the account as active as possible. The more active a Pinterest account is the more pins, the more repins and of course the more clicks back to your content and into that Adsense account.

Tip 3: Retarget Pins


Unless you are a graphic designer or artist it is inevitable that other peoples pins will look better than yours. (this is probably true on any social media platforms but on Pinterest, it matters the most). What you need to do is find great looking pins and repin them to your account. Why would you do this? Because you can then set the clickable link to go back to your channel and content. If you see a pin going viral and it relates to what you are blogging about or making videos on, make sure you do this as it can really boost those clicking and in turn, will help increase your Adsense earnings.

Tip 4: Pin All The Things!
Tip 4: Pin All The Things!


Tip 4: Pin All The Things!


It's not just blog images and YouTube videos screen grabs that you can pin. Try pinning merch images, behind the scene images, product images in fact, just about anything you can pin that looks interesting or funny. Forget what anything says or what keywords it relates to, Pinterest is all about the image so make sure you pin everything interesting that you can find to get those clicks back to your content. And if you can learn to do some affiliate marketing on the platform at the same time then it is all the better.

Tip 5: Don't Pin to One Board


We have talked before about how Pinterest boards are king so the last thing you want to do is to pin everything to one board. Try separating them into game types, product types, reviews or previews, in fact, try to cover as many relatable keywords on the boards as you can. This spreading of the boards is your best bet to get one onto the Google Search engine and in turn, gain those crazy numbers of clicks back to your content.

If you get deep into Pinterest you will soon discover what a vibrant and productive social media platform it can be and you will soon be learning the other ways people earn money on this platform. Even if you are only interested in boosting your Adsense earnings you can do far worse than spending some time on Pinterest.

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