Ready to create images for Pinterest?
Pinterest is a visual search engine. So what this means for you is that you need to create pinnable images that will attract readers to want to click on your images other others. Below, I’ve included a list of what to include in your Pinterest images.
When I first started using Pinterest, I had some graphic design skills. But it took me months and months to figure out what really worked and what didn’t. (But you probably don’t want to do that, right?) But once I did, within two months my pins took my blog traffic from a few hundred page views a day to 20K page views!
So let’s dive in and don’t forget to watch the video tutorial below.
What to Include in Your Images for Pinterest
A high-quality stock photo
Your website’s link (so people can’t steal your graphic even if they do)
Add any additional bonus that comes with your post (content upgrade or an audio recording)
Consistent brand colors (Try to use colors that contrast with each other)
Consistent brand fonts
I know this can be hard to remember. Click the link below and grab your Viral Pinterest Images Checklist that you can use to create images for Pinterest.
Death to Stock Photo
Click to watch the video tutorial: How to Create Images for Pinterest
Now that you know how to create images for Pinterest, take action.