Pinterest is fabulous for numerous reasons. One of those big reasons are because of the secret weapon of Pinterest, group boards! The amount of group boards on Pinterest can be a little overwhelming, so I have put together a list of five of my favorites that aim to help entrepreneurs, creatives and bloggers! These group boards are an amazing way to learn the ins-and-outs of blogging and business. Like seriously, the information that can be found within Pinterest group boards are phenomenal. Here is my list of Five Pinterest Group Boards you should Join if you’re a Blogger or Business Owner. I am a collaborator of all of them and love them for different reasons.
SOCIAL MEDIA SISTERS
(11.4k + followers): Social Media Sisters is the place to be on Pinterest to find social media tips and tricks for bloggers! I created this board when I first started blogging because I couldn’t find a board that was just solely for social media advice for bloggers. New content is jam-packed into this board daily and is growing at a steady rate. If you’re ready for tips covering anything and everything social media – please join us! Join Social Media Sisters >>
GROW YOUR BLOG!
(53.8k + followers): Grow Your Blog is one of the main boards that I refer to for blogging tips. The brilliant Abby from Just a Girl and Her Blog operates this board. You remember Abby, don’t you? She kindly spilled the beans on her thoughts on social media in one of our How to Be a Social Media Boss Interviews! Check out what she had to say, here. Her Pinterest board has a great following and the information is amazing for bloggers! Join Grow Your Blog! >>
BLOGGING TIPS & TOOLS
(16.7k + following): If you’re looking for a no bullshit blog strategy (literally), XOSarah is your gal! She is also the creator of the Blogging Tips & Tools Pinterest group board. Here, you will find tips and tricks for bloggers and business owners that will blow your mind! I refer to this board often when looking for blogging advice and tips. Join Blogging Tips & Tools >>
YOUNG CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURS
(15.4k + followers): Young Creative Entrepreneurs is definitely one of my favorite Pinterest group boards. Janessa Rae is the creator of this board. If you need amazing branding or web design, hit her up! In Young Creative Entrepreneurs you can find valuable content covering everything that a business owner would want to know! From blogging tips to entrepreneur advice, there’s something in this board for everyone. Join Young Creative Entreprenrus >>
SAVVY BUSINESS OWNERS
(9.3k + followers): This Pinterest Group Board is by far one of my favorites! This is a community full of cheerleaders, lead by the ultimate cheerleader herself, Heather Crabtree. Heather is a business strategist for creative entrepreneurs and knows her stuff. This board has over 9k members and grows daily. This group is for anyone who wants to be a savvy business owner so there’s tips on blogging, social media, branding, entrepreneur tips, + more… Bottom line – if you want to be surrounded by a community of cheerleaders that you can lean on for support, knowledge, and overall good vibes – join the Savvy Business Owners Community. Join Savvy Business Owners >>
More Pinterest Group Board Tips…
HOW TO JOIN A PINTEREST GROUP BOARD
Every Pinterest group board has different rules and guidelines. You can find these at the top of each group board, in the description. The very first person’s photo that you see in the bio section in the board owner. Below is an example of my Social Media Sisters group board, you’re in there right? If the board doesn’t have rules, you can comment on one of the board owner’s recent pins tagging them requesting to join. Sometimes board approval can take a week of longer, just be patient and watch your notifications for board invitations.
HOW TO KNOW WHICH PINTEREST GROUP BOARDS TO JOIN
Receiving board invitations is flattering, but sometimes you will find that the board doesn’t meet your niche or the board may have less followers than you currently have yourself. DON’T JOIN THOSE. You don’t have to be on a hundred group boards, you need to only be on good group boards that give you repins and new followers. Just look at the amount of contributors to the board, the amount of pins, and look at the boards repins on the actual pins. If those appear to be successful, congrats you found a great Pinterest group board!
HOW TO PIN TO PINTEREST GROUP BOARDS
You should have a Pinterest strategy in place, you do don’t you? If not, I can help you – take a look at my Pinterest Services page. In the Pinterest group boards, you may see an amount of repins per day – just follow the rules, pin to successful group boards, and set your scheduler to run for you on autopilot. Learn more about my favorite Pinterest scheduler, Boardbooster here.
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What are some of your favorite Pinterest group boards?
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