Listen, Pinterest isn’t all business. If you really want to keep up the work yourself on Pinterest, I firmly believe you have to play a little too. The difference between your personal pinning and your business pinning: anything that’s not relevant to your biz and/or in line with your brand –> becomes one of your secret boards.
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Here Are Some Ways I’ve Used Pinterest Secret Boards For Fun:
Planning our wedding: found inspiration for the style of wedding I wanted, my wedding dress, how to decorate the cake table, etc. I also pinned directly from Etsy or wherever I wanted to buy things from later.
Hotties: this was in like 2008 lolol. See who made the cut in my reels
Future travel planning: this is sorta a travel bucket list. It has beautiful locations and travel guides from around the world that I hope to visit one day.
Blog planning: Whether I wanted to take a certain photo or right about a certain topic, whenever something popped up on Pinterest I would pin it to the board to use when the time was right.
Event and holiday planning: whether I was hosting Thanksgiving or our annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party, I’d find everything from recipes to decor ideas to games on Pinterest.
How Can They Help Business Owners?
If you’re a business in the wedding, travel, decor, food, business or photography industry…. this should also give you a glimpse into how Pinners operate and maybe help you think about how you can meet them where they’re at on the platform.
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