I just checked my Pinterest after following someone back on the Pinterest thread.
A relatively new account with a whole 19 followers, it apparently has 38.5K unique monthly visitors.
How is that even possible?
My other account of many years has 3.1K followers and has only 14.7K monthly viewers.
Now the older account just has monthly viewers. Where the new account has 'Unique monthly viewers'. So that has to be better, unique monthly viewers, surely?
Where am I going with this? To be honest I am not sure, I am flabbergasted by the newer account's numbers, especially as despite my best intentions I rarely go on there to do anything. I just share blog posts to it.
To both actually, yet the newer one has so many more visitors.
I really, really need to do some training on Pinterest. It is a good resource that I clearly under use and don't know enough about yet to use properly. But it seems I know enough to produce lots of visitors.
Any hints and/or tips will be gratefully accepted.
Every day I learn something new, often several somethings. Yet the more I learn the more I realise I don't know.
There is so much knowledge out there and not enough time to learn it all.