You can become a SEO Hero by using Pinterest – Pinterest is another great way to have a long term relationship with your customers and followers, to stay in front of them visually and engage them to click to learn more to bring potential customers to your website.
A few tips:
Optimize your Pinterest Profile & Verify your Website
Use your business name ideally, and write a good description that covers keywords that you want people to find your business for. Make sure it is easy to read and grammatically correct, write it to the user. Verify your website (click here to learn how). Confirming that you own your website adds your profile picture to any Pin that came from your website, which helps your website's reach spread.
Keep Board names simple and keyword driven. Find Niches related to your business and create boards about them.
Pin! And Pin Often!
Find great (ideally tall) images, create images with simple headlines if possible. Write good descriptions with keywords included, but keep it short and concise and engaging for viewers. Don't use hashtags, your pins could be demoted for including these.
Make sure Pins are linked to your Website!
If you are uploading an image directly, make sure to edit the pin after you pin it and insert the URL to your website or webpage that has more information related to the pin.
Check out Rich Pins
From Pinterest: Rich Pins show metadata right on the Pin itself, giving Pinners a richer experience and increasing engagement. Information in a Rich Pin is independent of the Pin description, ensuring that important information is always tied to the Pin. There are 6 types of Rich Pins: app, article, movie, place, product and recipe Pins. Learn more about setting up Rich Pins here »
Add a Pinterest Button to your Website to get people to find you and follow you on Pinterest.