I’ve had 30k+ uniques a month several months ago for one of my sites, but I stopped working with Pintetest and I need your help to understand their updates since that time.
I will start with my path of reaching that amount of traffic. I used Following+Repinning.
Here is my repin strategy history:
Firstly, I repinned from their urls that have “explore” in them. These urls are shown in Google when you search e.g. “traditional decor”. https://www.pinterest.com/explore/traditional-decor/. This url was shown for all topics when you search from the menu. So repinning from this url was very relevant. I repinned to the board that had the same keyword in it’s name. The board name = theme of the pins in it = looks like real user.
Then they changed their structure and started to use “topics”. https://www.pinterest.com/topics/traditional-decor/
This url shows lates pins in their chronological order, while “explore” urls are a mix of most popular pins and newly created. Maybe I will renew my accs with this strategy.
And now they use these urls: https://www.pinterest.com/discover/article/BNLuAY2V5bUVADG5shrq7KrN1OumKCu7ug/?topic=4841830089324769126
I want to understand why P started to use this structure of the urls.
How can I create or find similar urls for my old topics/keywords?
The letter combination after the “article” word changes each time I update the page, so if I repin this url constantly, my profile will look like bot, because it will use same letter combination for repinning.
Any wise thoughts of new repin strategy for Pinterest?