My Tailwind Review
Introduction on how Tailwind can grow your blog
Have you just started a blog and are looking for ways to promote It? You’ve probably heard about Pinterest and Tailwind. And how it can grow your blog traffic faster than any social media platform. Even Google, because with Google it takes time to rank your website and for Google to recommend your posts in the searches.
So, in comes Pinterest and Tailwind. They work hand in hand. You schedule your pinterest pins to tailwind to pin your posts out automatically. Very smart, isn’t It? Giving you time to focus your attention on other blogging related tasks. Or you can manually pin your pins on pinterest and cut out tailwind if you can’t afford the subscription or decide it works best for your blogging business.
Here is my tailwind Review
So let’s get into learning how to use tailwind to grow your new blog and get traffic to your site, so thst you can start monetizing it.
How Tailwind can grow your new blog
First of all let me tell you Tailwind is not easy to understand when you learn to use it. Now maybe I’m just a slow learner but it took me months to finally decide to learn how to use it. I’ve been manually pinning and I love that.
I love being on Pinterest. And I just didn’t have time to learn one more thing. I already had my hands full with learning how to Blog, learning SEO, creating pins, and all other things blogging related.
But then Pinterest became this unknown phenomenon and I just didn’t want what to do anymore. So I thought I’d give Tailwind a try.
I was curious and wanted to know what all the fuss was about. Now granted I only used the free trial for a month. So my results might not be a true reflection of how beneficial Tailwind is, or could be for bloggers.
But I will share my findings below. So let’s get started on my Tailwind review to grow my Pinterest account.
Pinterest likes consistency using Tailwind will help you be consistent. Because you will be scheduling pins in batches, in advance. Without having to physically pin every few hours. Not only that but tailwind recommends the best times for sharing your pins.
These times are usually when your audience is most active on the platform. They immediately see your pins and can engage with it. Timing is everything with Pinterest and the growth of your account.
Manual pinning works too. But it will just take more time for you to actually sit behind your laptop and pin your pins during these optimal times. I personally don’t have a problem with this because I love being on Pinterest and don’t really mind the time I spend on the platform.
Just make sure you spread out your pins and don’t put them all at once.
Pinterest is crazy confusing these days and no one really knows what works anymore. All we can do is try different techniques. If something doesn’t work, dump it and try something new. It’s the only way to figure out what works with Pinterest these days.
Try manual pinning first. If it doesn’t work for you, try Tailwind. Something has got to work. The important thing is to be consistent at what you do. Don’t give up on a method too soon.
Some bloggers swear by manual pinning. And their results show. Then there are bloggers who swear Tailwind is the best thing since sliced bread. Their claims are also backed up by their results. Different strokes for different folks.
Blogging is not a one size fits all. There are different roads that lead to a successful blogging business. Your job is to find the best road that works for You.
Giving tailwind a try
If you decide to give it a try, there are extra benefits for you. Tailwind has features that manual pinning does not have. And that can help grow your blog faster.
- The smart loop feature
- The pin scheduler
- Tailwind Tribes
All of which contribute to the growth of your blog.
I love the pin scheduler. Because I don’t live in the US, but my audience does. And since most of pinterest users are active at night, that would require me to stay up at night. Now granted, I am a night owl. But even night owls need sleep now and then. Else I would be a hot mess. The Tailwind scheduler is perfect for that.
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What exactly does Tailwind do?
Tailwind is basically a way to optimise your content. You load your pins on it and Tailwind finds the perfect optimal time to schedule out your content. Saving you a lot of time. And takes the guessing work away from you. So you can concentrate on other aspects of your business. This scheduling tool knows exactly when other users are on the platform and that’s when they schedule your content out.
Conclusion on how Tailwind can grow your blog
My True thoughts on tailwind?
Now I may not have music for longer than a month. I can tell you that it is honestly worth having a Tailwind subscription. If only for the scheduling in advance feature. You set it and forget it. I love that. Because as a manual pinner who has to pin throughout the day, it really has almost days.
You can’t concentrate on much else. Although I try. When I used Tailwind to schedule my pins 2 – 3 weeks ahead, I had three weeks where I could solely focus on creating content for my blog. And I created a lot more posts than I normally do.
So just for that I would get me a Tailwind subscription, if and when I can afford it.
I haven’t used it long enough to tell you whether or not it increased my traffic but I take that as a given. Because you are more consistent when you schedule it and we all know that Tailwind rewards consistent pinners.
I also didn’t have enough time to delve into tribes, but I have only heard only good things about it from other bloggers. So if you can afford a Tailwind subscription, I highly encourage you to invest in yourself and your blog.
That will save you so much time to focus on other things. Especially in the beginning when there are 100 blogging tasks to accomplish. Not that it gets any easier.
That is my take on Tailwind for Pinterest review.
Please tell me are you using Pinterest and Tailwind? How has it helped your blog grow? Or are you still thinking of getting the subscription?