If you’re a blogger, your main concern should be creating content and generating revenue. Everything else you can outsource to save time and to focus on what’s most important.
Scheduling pins can be very time consuming. Of course, you need to have enough content and pins to start using a Pinterest scheduler — my recommendation is 30 blog posts/20 boards and 100 pins, but you can start using it way sooner.
If you have less than 30 pins you definitely do not need a Pinterest post scheduler, as you can pin everything on your own.
How Much Does It Cost to Pin Manually?
If it takes you 1h a day to pin, that’s 30h per month. Using a Pinterest pin scheduler that costs $10-15/month is a no brainer, as 30 hours can allow you to create 15-30 blog posts, which would cost you a lot more than $10-15 to outsource.
In other words, there are two main reasons why using a Pinterest scheduler tool is a good idea: you’ll save time and you’ll save money. When you schedule Pinterest pins, you save 30h a month — time that you can spend on money-making activities.
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How to Schedule Pinterest Pins
If you’re a Pinterest blogger, your main concern should be creating pins and generating revenue. Everything else you can outsource to save time and to focus on what’s most important, especially a Pinterest Scheduler. I have nothing against Pinterest/virtual assistants. They can be a great help — if you find the right person. But still, carrying out tasks like this manually is a waste of time. The best Pinterest scheduler is always going to be automation software. Analysis, on the other hand, needs to be carried out by a human. Also, you should only pin your own content. You must manually pin others’ content to ensure that you pick the best pins.
I created my Pinterest scheduler to enable bloggers to make money with my tool. I have an affiliate program that can help you make money with the PinMeApp. You can find out more here. This is only available for registered users.
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