There’s a new Pinterest pinning tool in town and its name is Tailwind Create.
As a blogger with multiple chronic illnesses, I am always on the lookout for tools that make blogging easier. With limited energy and workable hours per day, I need to accomplish a lot in a limited amount of time to keep my blog relevant.
I was recently given the opportunity to try a new service from Tailwind for Pinterest called Tailwind Create before the beta version was made available to all subscribers.
If you feel like pinning on Pinterest is too much work, think Pinterest is too complicated to use, or want in on the success your fellow bloggers are having on this social media platform, you are going to love what I have to share with you!
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Your Time is Valuable
Whether you are chronically ill or not, your time is valuable. With little effort, I was quickly able to create a large batch of pins to choose from.
Pinterest recently announced that they prefer fresh pins rather than repinning of original posts over and over again. This means having to continually create new pins to keep your evergreen content fresh. Sure you could create them one by one, but why when you can create many in a matter of seconds with Tailwind Create.
What would you rather do? Spend time with family, friends, and writing, or working non-stop trying to keep up with your pinning demands?
Tailwind Create is Easy to Use
I am not the most tech-savvy person. New programs often frustrate me, especially when my chronic pain is skyrocketing. With that said, even while suffering from abdominal pain and some brain fog, I was able to successfully create pins for a blog post over the weekend. These are a few of them.
The process to set your logo, brand color theme, and any information you wish to have on each pin is super easy. It seriously only took a few minutes.
After entering my pin base information, I began creating.
After entering my blog post URL, I entered a pin title. I then had the option to have the images from my blog post uploaded, to upload my own images, and/or choose from their stock photos.
Once I selected my preferred images Tailwind Create loaded a batch of pins for me to view. Many were perfect as they were and had I stopped there, I would have had plenty of fresh pins for my post. But I wanted to play around. So I selected others that I liked, but that needed a little tweaking. Editing them was extremely easy.
I then downloaded them to my computer and then uploaded a few to my blog post for readers to share. Once I had all the pins I wanted selected I clicked on the Go Schedule button and voila, all of my pins were waiting for me in the draft section of my Tailwind Scheduler. They already had their pin titles and the blog link embedded, all that was left was for me to enter a description, choose a board, and schedule.
One Place to Create and Publish Pins
While there are many different programs available to create and schedule pins, having the ability to do both in one place thrills this blogger!
Whether you have one blog or are like me and run several, any program that streamlines the process of creating and sharing images is invaluable.
Try it now!
If you aren’t publishing your pins with Tailwind for Pinterest, you are missing out. Prior to subscribing, I wasted hours pinning my blog pins manually. With Tailwind for Pinterest, I am able to schedule pins, join tribes (groups where members share each other’s pins), and now create beautiful pins!
Try Tailwind for Pinterest for free!
Whether you are an existing Tailwind for Pinterest subscribers or just signed up for your free trial (no credit card required), all subscribers can try Tailwind Create for FREE! Just fill out this survey and enter the following code for question number 8: “CREATEPARTNER2020”.
Don’t wait! Start streamlining your blogging and creative efforts on Pinterest with Tailwind Create today!
Create pins like these with Tailwind Create
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Is Tailwind Create available to everyone yet? It asked me to sign up for the waiting list…
Good question. Yes and no. As long as you have a Tailwind for Pinterest account you can request to try it via the survey link in this post. There’s a code to answer question number 8 and that should be all you need to request early access.