Learn about food blogger Pinterest strategies with guest Abeer Rizvi of the site Cake Whiz. Abeer shares her favorite ways she uses Pinterest to expand her reach, grow her traffic, and improve her content.
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Food Blogger Pinterest Strategies
Well, welcome to November. Here we are. The big enchilada for food bloggers. We’re all so busy right now, and yet, we can’t forget about the basics, like food blogger pinterest strategies!
We all know that November and December, well, that’s show time for food bloggers. So in-between pie baking and stuffing recipes, I’m so glad you’ve joined me.
I’m excited to share with you today’s show because I’m talking with Abeer Rizvi about Pinterest for Food Bloggers. We all love Pinterest, right? Pinterest offers so many great opportunities to expand your audience! And we go into that today.
I think Abeer could add a subtitle on her site, the Pinterest Whiz. 😂
That’s because Abeer has gained nearly 200K followers as this podcast is being aired. And as you’ll see when you listen in to today’s show, you’ll know it’s because of the hard work that she puts into her strategy. It works!
Beer talks with about the ways she uses Pinterest. For example, we talk about:
- keywords for Pinterest
- the best photos for pinterest,
- sharing strategies,
- best timing for sharing
- how to use a scheduler versus manual pinning,
- and so much more.
Enthusiasm is Contagious!
As we talked about in last week’s episode, food blogging can be discouraging because of all the work that’s involved. It seems we can be stretched in so many directions all at the same time!
That leads to frustration.
One perfect anecdote for food blogger frustration, is to surround yourself with enthusiastic people. And I think that’s one thing you’ll get from today’s episode. Abeer is teeming with excitement for her work and her passion for sharing her recipes.
Just listen to her talk. Do you hear it?
And I love it, because enthusiasm? It catches on. And once you catch it, watch out!
So let’s get straight to it. Here’s today’s feature interview with Abeer Rizvi.
This episode on food blogger Pinterest Strategies, includes information you’ll want to check out:
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