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Tailwind is a Pinterest scheduler and it has helped me save so much time when using Pinterest.
I’ve been using Tailwind for about 6 months but over the past few months I have been very intentional with how I’m using the app.
These are my personal results, but if you’re interested Tailwind also publishes the Typical Results of Tailwind for Pinterest Members every year, so you can see exactly what the average growth rate looks like for their members.
If you prefer to watch the video tutorial, click play on the video below.
Tailwind is a scheduling app and it’s primarily used to schedule Pinterest pins as well as Instagram posts. And in this post, I’m gonna teach you how to use it for Pinterest.
If you would like to grab a free trial of Tailwind, click here and you can get started today.
The two things you want to pay attention to when using the scheduler, what you’re pinning and when you’re pinning.
I continue to test how many times I should pin a day- currently I aim to pin 15 times a day.
Here’s an example of my schedule:
When you use Chrome, you can use Google Chrome extension which comes in handy while you’re browsing. You can download it right here.
I love to use board lists, I have a separate video and blog post on that right here. It’s a great way to save a lot of different pins and over time it will just fill into that queue based on what your schedule was that you set up.
I’m so excited about smart looping and will add a blog post and video for that soon.
Pinterest communities are also new to Pinterest, feel free to join my new communities here:
If you’re wanting to dive deeper into learning how to use Tailwind for your business or your blog. The video above and this blog post is included in my Tailwind starter series.
Watch the Tailwind Starter Series:
Prefer to read them? Here’s a list of my Tailwind Starter Series blog posts:
This post was sponsored by my free Content Calendar Cheatsheet.
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Now tell me, Are you using Tailwind? How many pins are you scheduling each day? Let me know in the comments below!
Hey there, I’m Lindsey the online educator behind hazelhaven.com. I help small business owners grow their online presence with confidence. I’m an introverted extrovert who loves tech systems, dark chocolate and a strong cup of coffee. Be sure to follow me on Pinterest here!