|Posted by EOTM Admin on August 9, 2012 at 8:35 AM|
Pinterest is all about images, right? So you would naturally think there’s no way to take advantage of SEO or SEM of any kind. Indeed, most of the talk about Pinterest has been how to get sales and interest based solely on the types of pictures you post. Words have no place on an image board.
But Pinterest has a dirty little secret, and it’s one you can take advantage of for your business. This dirty secret is in the item description, and these little guys are some of the only words you’ll see on the site. They’re enough to use for your SEO purposes, though, so here’s how.
SEO with your Pinterest descriptions will work roughly the same as on your website or anywhere else. You want to use the exact phrasing that will net you the most results. The important thing to remember is the most popular phrasing isn’t going to get you the most views.
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