Why schedulers make sense on Facebook, IG, YouTube but not on Pinterest.
FOr all those platforms you cresate new content. You can create content in bulk but want to publish new piece of content daily instead of spamming your audience with 30 pieces of content at once right? That is why using schedulers is useful. YouTube and Pinterest already have schedulers built in the tool, so you can preschedule content in the tool itself. FB and IG don’t have the option, so you need an external tool to do it.
Now you must know I created pinmeapp, which is a Pinterest automation tool. It’s not a scheduler where you add new pins to be posted at later time. If you want to reach your audience on Pinterest you must be consisent with sharing your content as wide as you can. Getting access to group boards and repinning your content daily is essential when you are starting out. But who have time to pin daily to 100 boards? I don’t and most people don’t either. So they either preplan their pinning with scheduler or outsource to virtual assistants. That is both time consuming and expensive. That is why when I created PinMeApp and saw how fast my pageviewies started growing I decided to create it as a tool any pinterest user can use, for a small membership fee. The set up takes 10 mins and will save you hours of figuring out the schedule and manual pinning on your own or with scheduler and will save you money on VA’s. You can still keep your VA’s but give them better tasks to do, than what software can do for you.
Watch this video to find out more.
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