How often should I Pin?

Read more about how to adjust your Pinning schedule to fit your audience.

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Written by Carrissa
Updated over a week ago

Deciding how many pins to post to Pinterest each day can be tricky. On one hand you don't want to Pin too often and overwhelm your audience, but you also want to be active enough that your content is regularly seen. Unfortunately, because each user on Pinterest is different, there is not one magic number for how many times you should Pin per day. 

We usually recommend looking at how much time you have to commit to generating content to Pin, so you have a consistent flow of Pins to your boards. There's no point in pinning 100 times per day if you don't have the time and content to fill those slots from week to week. You want to be able to set yourself up to maintain a flow of relevant and quality content. 

"Quality and relevance matter more than frequency on Pinterest. So while you can determine the best schedule for you, posting on a weekly basis is a good rule of thumb. Because content is evergreen, your hard work works harder, and people will keep seeing your ideas over time."

This is why Tailwind's analytics are so useful! You can try different pinning schedules and quickly get insights on what works best for your audience. For example, you can increase your pinning rate to 15-25 pins per day, and monitor your engagement for a while. If you don't see the results you want, you can then always change up your strategy (whether that is the pinning rate or the content you are posting). 

Being able to analyze your account and engagement while testing new strategies is one of the best ways to find what works for you and your audience! 

Learn more about tracking your Pinterest Performance with Tailwind in our Knowledge Base article: How do I see how my Pinterest is performing over time?

Do you have more questions? You can contact us by sending an email to [email protected] or by clicking the blue question mark in the bottom right corner of your Tailwind dashboard.

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