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The best thing you can do is diversify your options. This doesn’t mean getting rid of Pinterest. In fact, it means the opposite.

You want to focus on multiple ways to bring in the views to your blog or the potential customers to your website. This means having Pinterest, but not focusing on it solely, to learn more just check the tips using this web link.

The same applies to all types of social media marketing. The same even applies to SEO.

I’ve always focused on SEO. It was the one thing I did from the very beginning of blogging, and I’ve added in the social media around that. I take time to study the different platforms to work with each one, and I make sure I’m working smartly by being where my target audience is. I trust SEO link Building services to do my SEO for me.

If my target audience isn’t on Pinterest then I’m not going to use it. If it isn’t on Facebook, then I’m not going to use it. There’s no point in being where your time is wasted. However, if you have an audience on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, or other platforms, you want to spend some time working on them.

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