How To Easily and Quickly Make Your Pins Go Viral

Pinterest can be such a great tool when you know how to use it. And I’m not just talking about re-pinning pins. 90% of my traffic comes from Pinterest.  It took me a solid year (maybe even more) to really figure out how Pinterest works. They like to change up their algorithms a lot, so before when you would pin a pin, it would immediately show up in all of your followers feeds.

Not anymore

Sadly it’s not as easy as it used to be to get your pins noticed. Now in order for your pins to show up in your followers feeds and anyone’s feed for that matter, you have to use the right key words in your description. Pinterest is a search engine, so when you want to find information on getting more blog traffic, you type: “how to get more blog traffic” into the smart search on Pinterest. Unless your pin has the right key words (used correctly) you will get lost in the world of Pinterest and your pin probably won’t be found!

Don’t Fret!

When you know what key words to use, how to use them and where to place them, you can EASILY have your pin go viral in a very short amount of time.

I created the “Pinterest Viral Pin, Checklist & Guide” to help you make each and every one of your pins go viral! I use these steps every single time I create a new pin and have had HUGE success! Enter your info below and get your FREE checklist and guide!

xo Megan




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  1. […] Like I have said before I get 90% of my traffic and sales from Pinterest. One of my clients averages $15,000 a month in sales from Pinterest alone. Pinterest is so underestimated! My pins go viral pretty quick due to these group boards. If you want to learn more about how to make your pins go viral, read my post on easily and quickly making your pins go viral. […]

  2. Gretchen says:

    I have a Pinterest question, well actually two! First one, in a group board are you supposed to repin within the group board or on your own personal boards? Second, when you make a pin for your blog do you have to have the image in your post, or can you just insert the URL?? I don’t like the way the Pins with words look on my blog but know they do well on Pinterest. So can I create a pin for my blog post without actually putting in into the post??

    1. Megan Johnson says:

      Hey Gretchen! So group boards are for getting your content out there! So when I create a pin, I pin it to all my group boards. Then I re-pin a few other pins (from other pinners) within the group boards (it’s good to support each other!) and when it comes to creating a pin for your post, it doesn’t have to be within your post at all. It can just be an image specifically designed for Pinterest that you upload and attach your post URL. A lot of my posts don’t have pictures either 🙂 hope that helps!


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