What to Post on Pinterest for Spring
Did you know that Pinterest recently had its highest number of searches, saves, and clicks – ever. EVER!!!
Because people are all home with this crazy pandemic, they are turning to Pinterest for inspiration and how to’s!
What are they searching? Here are three areas that are being searched and the stats (Thanks to Tailwindapp).
- Searches for “stress relief” are up 3x in the past few weeks.
- “Indoor activities with kids” searches are up 14x.
- Searches for “family movies” are up 125x.
People are searching for things like, “home hair cuts,” “how to make bread”, “how to work from home with kids”, “how to stay on task”, “at home spa days”, “home workouts”, and “How to destress”
Tailwindapp said, “If you can help someone through these difficult times, you’ll be well-positioned to flourish when things turn around.”
Here’s a list of things to post about for wedding photographers for spring:
- Stress relief for brides
- Exercise routines at home to prepare for your wedding
- DIY favor ideas
- Dinner ideas for two
- DIY wedding decor
- Signature cocktails for weddings
- Indoor date ideas
- Wedding movies
- Wedding planning from home
- Welcome gift baskets for weddings
What NOT to Pin on Pinterest Right Now
You’ll notice that none of the ideas above have anything to do with covid-19, coronavirus, pandemic, or virus. That’s because Pinterest is working hard to make sure people find accurate information on their site. If you search for anything related to COVID-19, you’re going to be redirected here:
So, don’t use any of those in the title, because you won’t get any reach and you may be reported for spam and risk losing your account for falling afoul of Pinterest community guidelines.
I am helping wedding photographers during this difficult time! If you need anything in a group setting, I have free information and trainings in my private Facebook group. I am also discounting my strategies sessions (normally $269 and now $49) so I can help as many people as possible!