How to Join My Pinterest Group Boards

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If you’re here because you’d like to join one or more of my Pinterest group boards, please read the following:

Group Board Rules

I ask all of my group board collaborators to follow the rules listed below. Because Pinterest is vital to my business, I have to keep my boards healthy, and I cannot risk my account being flagged for suspicious activity (this has happened to me before and has caused me to tighten up my pinning practices).

For this reason, if I see anyone breaking the rules I will immediately remove that person as a collaborator without warning and will delete any of their pins that break the rules.  I hope you can understand!

Here are the rules:

  1. Only pin content that fits the group board’s description.  If you are unsure of whether your pin qualifies, feel free to ask.
  2. Only pin images you own.
  3. Only pin vertical images.
  4. Only pin images linking to your own site.
  5. Don’t pin the same image more than once to any one board.
  6. Don’t pin the same image more than once per day (even if on different boards).
  7. Don’t pin images linking to the same URL more than once per day (even if on different boards).

(These rules are easy to follow if you use Tailwind to create Board Lists to use when scheduling pins!  For example, I have a board list called “New Pins Only” that I use to keep me from pinning the same image to the boards on that list more than once!)

If you would like to be added as a collaborator to one of my group boards, please email me at admin {at} rvinspiration {dot} com.

These are my group boards currently open to new collaborators:

My Secret to Pinterest

Pinterest has been the driving force behind my website’s growth since fall of 2017, when I took an online training course that helped me understand and implement the basics of Pinterest marketing, Pinterest image design, and how to optimize blog posts for Pinterest.

Less than a month after I took that course, I had my first viral pin and my website traffic jumped significantly.  My site traffic has only increased since then as my Pinterest account has strengthened and more of my articles have been pinned and shared–all with maybe an hour or so of work per month to maintain my account via Tailwind.

Now, almost two years later, I get over 5k page views per day from Pinterest, with nearly all of that traffic going to evergreen blog posts I wrote months or years ago.

The training course that launched my Pinterest marketing success, which was written by a blogger friend of mine who also runs a virtual business offering Pinterest management services, is the best value I’ve seen for Pinterest training, and I tell as many people as I can about it because it helped me so much (and because it’s so affordable compared to most online courses!).

If you’d like to check it out, you can view the course page here: Pinterest & Tailwind 101 Training (affiliate link)

My friend also offers a related course about Pinterest image design, as well as a bundle that includes both Pinterest courses.

Facebook Group Invitation

Do you own an RV?  And are you a blogger?  If so, there’s a great little Facebook you should join called Bloggers On the Road!  Hope to see you there! 🙂


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