You could also create multiple redirect domains/accts pointing to your site to ramp up over time. No reason you couldn't have at least 5-20 of these. They're fast to setup too with no actual site to build. I'm actually surprised to see what seems to be a few mentions of people only having a couple of accts. This is a powerful tool and you can run 10s or even 100s of accts (or even more...)
I don't follow all of what you wrote. Feel free to explain this in more detail for me
See if that thread helps you.
Yes! It helped me somewhat. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
Do the new redirect domains have to be related to the niche I'm in to be successful? Or can they just be random domains? I have some hanging around that I don't use. I guess they will look a bit spammy when they get many Pinterest backlinks to them so I can't use them for any normal SEO later on for other projects?!
After I've created my redirect domain, how do I use it in SM2? The video didn't explain this in full. Thanks!
Yes, I think they would have to be related. Everything must flow smoothly from the account all the way to your website with the same topic and theme.
You can definitely use other domains, but aesthetically, I don't think they'll look as good because the url will be displayed directly on the pin itself.
For example, "Pinned from www.example.com
". It is all about looks with Pinterest it looks like. Just start afresh with other domains if I were you.
All you would have to do now with the redirect is to create a new Pinterest account that will be posting that redirect domain url.
Start a new account and plug that new Pinterest account "buffer account" into the software, using the redirect domain as target urls. That's it!
I hope that helps!