March is here and I don’t know about you but I’m ready for Spring. I’m ready for warmer weather and longer days – and it’s finally time to start sharing all those spring pins. Yep, spring is finally in the air! Remember, we want to start sharing pins 30-60 days before the event or celebration to get the traction they need on Pinterest.
And, If you’re new to the blog and haven’t seen the previous month’s tips and trends, you can find them all HERE.
What should you be pinning in March?
- Meal Plans
- Lots of Salads
- Make ahead Breakfast- Smoothies anything Healthy
- Keto Recipes are booming
- Gluten Free Recipes
Think picnics, outdoor cooking – everyone has been cooped up this winter so they will start to invite people over as the weather gets nicer.
- Pot Lucks
- Lighter Desserts
- Air Fryer Recipes
- InstaPot Recipes
- Decluttering and Organizing
- Calendar to keep people on task
- Spring Cleaning
- Graduation Vacations
- Family Vacations
- Outdoor activities
- Spring cleaning
- Rainy day Ideas
- May Flowers
Memorial Day Party and BBQ Ideas
- Brunch Ideas
- DIY Kids Crafts
- Gift Ideas
- Party ideas
- Easter Eggs
- School Easter activities
Anything to do with finances is still going well.
March Pinterest Tips
Live Pinning: I continued my testing with live pinning and I think it’s very important. Pinterest wants you to be engaged! Put Pinterest on your phone and take 5 minutes a day to live pin. Remember, you can do this in car line while you are waiting to pick up kids. You can do this while you are waiting for your gas to pump. You can do this while you are taking a bath. We all have 5 minutes to devote to our account’s growth.
Tribes: Tailwind is a great resource. Use their tribes to get new pins shared quickly. I highly recommend using them to share your pins and add relevant content to your boards.
Seasonal Pins: I mentioned earlier that you want to have your seasonal pins out at least 30-60 days in advance and I’m saying it again because it’s so important. Get all those holiday pins including pins from previous years circulating early to get the traction they need.
Remember, I’m here to help you grow your Pinterest account! I want to help you be effective with your Pinterest marketing plan. Spend a few hours each month creating your Pinterest game plan using these helpful tips and trends. Please contact me if you have any questions or if you are interested in working together.