Do You Want More Pinterest Followers? Create These Top 10 Pinterest Boards That Users Love To Follow

Comments: 7

  • Nora Campbell says:

    Yes, I would like to see more pinterest follwers in the education field. This way hopefully it will become an educational topic that all teachers can provide their ideas so as to give a better education to children.

  • Dayne T says:

    My favourite category on Pinterest is humour, but that’s just me.

  • Sue W says:

    How do I track how many followers I have for individual boards?

  • Chloe Crabtree says:

    My most popular board by far is Halloween. I have decided I need to spread that out, divide into Halloween Food and Drink, Halloween Decorations and Halloween Costumes.

  • Linda Worrell says:

    1. How do I “retire” current boards & replace them w/ the more popular categories?
    2. Why have I been singled out for a lot of group boards?
    3. How do I balance doing group boards w/ my own boards of special interest?
    4. How do I find instructions in how to commmunicate on notifications, w/ group board leader, & sending comments through e-mails? People do it to me, but I don’t know how to do it myself.

  • Jule says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but as I don’t run a business, I am just pinning for myself, things I don’t want to miss or forget. I absolutely don’t care how many followers my boards have. If this is important for you and you don’t have a business, think about your priorities in life – do you (really) need the acknowledgement of so-and-so many people you don’t even know that “follow” you? If you run a business, it’s a different story, as you want to lead people to your blog, online shops or whatever and want them to buy your stuff or you are paid for traffic on your page …

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