How’s it Hanging Pals?
The Midweek Mountain…
Whatever you call it, today, we want to celebrate it with some good friends… Our Pinterest Pals!
I love Pinterest!
It’s my Bag.
But, not everyone knows how to use it to it’s full extent.
Posting your content on the correct day is just as important as posting your content in front of the correct audience!
If your followers aren’t looking for pins about dollhouses when you post about them after their Monday morning meeting, but would love to explore it on a Sunday afternoon, what are the chances that they will see your post when they actually need it?
Well, dear friend, Luckily we (with the assistance of our friends at Buffer) are here to help you out!
Let me know how you determine what day to pin on in the comments below!
♥ Emma Rae Thomas + The Poor Little Blogger Team
The Best Days to Post Your Content on Pinterest
Tailor Your Content Based On The Day and Time – Most people only login to Pinterest once or twice a day, so timing is essential to get your posts noticed and pushed to the top of the heap. Try to Post when the majority or your readers are on. After all, having the most beautiful images in the world is only good if your fans actually see those images! Strange though it may be, different content types have greater success on different days of the week. Tailoring which content gets posted on which days can provide a surprising boost in views for your blog.
Monday: On Monday, fitness tends to trend as we all feel regrets from that pizza and beer over the weekend.
Tuesday: Tech is the talk as we get into the swing of the week because we’re all looking for new technology to make the rest of the week easier.
Wednesday: On Wednesday, Quotes and Inspiration, are the name of the game as they help get folks motivated for the second part of the working week.
Thursday: Every Thursday sees a surge in Fashion posts as we all plan for our weekend wear and look forward to a night on the town.
Friday: Friday leads the pack in comedy and humor as we end the week in high spirits.
Saturday: On Saturdays, people embrace that relaxing feeling as they look at photos of traveling and make travel plans for future getaways.
Sunday: Sunday truly is fun day as it drives mega traffic to recipe posts, DIY projects and decor.