If you’re on Pinterest, you’ve probably heard about the benefits of using group boards. If you haven’t heard of group boards, they work the same way as regular boards work on Pinterest.
The only difference is that along with the board creator; multiple pinners are allowed to pin to the same board. Since multiple people are pinning to the same board, group boards are an excellent way to help boost your followers and increase your number of re-pins.
It can be tough finding Pinterest group boards related to your blogging niche. Today, I’ll be sharing with you how to find Pinterest group boards using PinGroupie.
PinGroupie lets you search for Pinterest group boards based on your blogging niche.
Additionally, you can sort the boards by category, the number of pins and re-pins, followers, collaborators, and likes. This makes finding your ideal boards really easy.
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How to Find Pinterest Group Boards
Helpful Resource: I used the MiloTree pop-up to increase my Pinterest profile to over 10,000 followers.
UPDATE: I’ve been hearing that PinGroupie is no longer being updated with group boards. For an updated list of group boards on Pinterest, I recommend checking out the group boards list on Board Booster.
Step One: Go to PinGroupie.
Step Two: Search group boards. There are two ways to go about searching for group boards.
- You can do a customized search by filling out the title and description box with the keywords relating to your blogging niche. You can filter these results by category, order, and sort.
- You can search by category only by selecting your category in the “category” drop-down box, selecting any additional filter options, and clicking on “filter.”
Step Three: After clicking “filter,” a list of group boards related to your niche will display.
To view a board, simply click on the title of the board, and you will be directed to the group board on Pinterest.
You can also hover over the blue description button to see the boards description.
Board creators usually put a description of the board, the rules, and how to get invited to the board in the description box.
Once you’ve joined a group board, you can use a Pinterest pin scheduler like Tailwind (this is what I use) to schedule pins to your group boards.
So there you have it. A quick and easy way to search for Pinterest group boards! Do you have any tips for finding group boards? What are your favorite group boards on Pinterest? Let me know in the comments.
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