Here to remind you that taking a little extra time to pin your Instagram posts the right way is worth it. Pinterest can get you followers, but it’s less likely if you let it automatically publish from IG to Pinterest. Yes, that’s definitely easier and if you have 0 time, it’s better than nothing, but if you want to really optimize the content you already worked hard on you should do the following.
1. Go to the URL of the IG post you want to share (don’t pin from your main profile page).
2. Use the @tailwindapp chrome extension which will pop up with the post + options to select boards and change text > will add to your queue for you.
3. Change the title and description so rather than auto-populating with whatever your caption is, it has keywords that describe the photo itself and any info one might learn from the post.
If you want to be cRAZy, I’d even take it one step further and make sure all images are vertical in Canva first > manually add the IG link and keywords (or have my team take care of it for you ha).
If you want to save time, I’d have a a few keywords that you always use that describe your IG profile/content as a whole that you can add after a few keywords that are new and describe the photo.