Welcome back to Pinterest Marketing 101 by Kordial Media! Today, let’s discuss your group boards.
? How many group boards should you have?
You should have 3 to begin with. The goal of group boards is to share content with friends. It is no longer useful for growing your Pinterest account.
? How should you order your group boards?
Make sure to drag all your group boards to the bottom of your profile and to cluster the group boards that are relevant to the same niche. For example, all the food related group boards should be next to one another and then all the beauty group boards on your profile should be close to each other as well.
? What about inviting board members?
Depending on the group board, you can choose to invite board members if you feel a certain board needs more contributors. If you own a group board, you can change the settings for people to request to join your group board and/or to have people invite other members to your board.
? Should I create or join group boards?
You can do both! Creating group boards is practical if you get kicked out of someone else’s group board.
? Are group boards as effective as they used to be?
They’re not as affective as they used to be. Pinterest wants you to pin to your own personal boards just as much as you would pin to a group board. However, they are relevant for sharing content with friends.
So there you have it! This sums up everything you need to know about Pinterest group boards.
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