Grow on Pinterest Using Tailwind

26 Responses

  1. Matea says:

    Great tips! Ill definitely try some of them today!

  2. Mini says:

    Great article. I got to know a lot about Tailwind after reading this article. Thanks

  3. I didn’t know about Tailwind, I’ll definitely look into it!
    Thanks!

  4. Kim says:

    I’ve heard of Tailwind and knew that it scheduled pins, but that’s all I knew. Thanks for the explanation.

  5. Gillian Kent says:

    I’m just starting with Tailwind. The issue I am struggling with now is repinning my pins to my own boards and group boards. How often is appropriate? Do I repin old pins to move them up on my board? How often?

    • Rae Blogs says:

      Yes, repinning old pins is great instead of doing a fresh pin directly from your blog. I pin them to the same board maybe once a week or at least waiting about 3-5 days before pinning to the same board with the same pin. Does that make sense??

  6. Dani says:

    Thanks for the tips, I didn’t really understand what to do with tailwind, I’ll be checking out the scheduling and putting intervals on when my own pins come out!

  7. I use Tailwind and LOVE it – I was wondering what the ‘interval’ option was, and now I know! Thank you for explaining. 🙂

  8. Djinji says:

    This is the best breakdown of how to use Tailwind I’ve ever seen. I’ve been seeing great results with Tailwind so far, and can’t wait to see how it changes when I start implementing your tips. 🙂 Thanks for all the info!

  9. Excellent tips, thanks for the article! I’m tempted to try but I would blow through those 300 pins in a day or two, I’ll have to check out the other plans!

    • Rae Blogs says:

      If you get the year plan (PLUS) it’s unlimited pins per month but billed annually. That’s what I do so I’m not limited on pins each month. Most months I do go over the 400 pins if I was paying it monthly.

  10. Thanks to your post, I’ll be taking Tailwind for a spin! I need something like this to make life easier. Thanks for being so detailed and giving examples.

    • Rae Blogs says:

      You’re so welcome! Glad I could help. I’d appreciate you also using my affiliate link if you don’t mind. Even if it’s just for the free trial.

  11. Gwyn says:

    Great tips. I’ve been using Tailwind for a couple of months, but still learning how to make it more efficient for my online businesses.

  12. Andrea says:

    Thanks for sharing a great informative post about Tailwind. I’ve been using Boarbooster for a month now, and even though I really like it, I want to give Tailwind a try after reading your post! Thanks! 🙂

    • Rae Blogs says:

      You’re welcome. If you do decide to try or Tailwind I’d appreciate you using my affiliate link 🙂

  13. Tara says:

    So helpfully laid out. Thanks for sharing all your knowlege!

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