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If you read my last post about the new Pinterest updates for 2020, you’ll know that Pinterest is now placing an emphasis on ‘fresh content’.
One of the best ways to give Pinterest the fresh content it wants, and also help you increase your blog traffic with Pinterest, is to consistently create new pins- especially for older content.
My general rule of thumb, and what has helped me grow my traffic, is to create 3-5 new Pinterest pins for each new blog post I publish.
I also take some time each week to go back and create new pins for my older blog posts, update my blog post to include those new images, and then publish on Pinterest.
This strategy has made such a huge difference in my blog traffic and Pinterest views.
Using these free Pinterest templates will save you tons of time, letting you create new pins with just a few clicks.
I’ve also put together this step-by-step tutorial on how to design beautiful Pinterest pins with Canva. I walk you through the process of creating a pin from scratch, plus give you all my best design tips. There’s even video included!
Here are 25 free Pinterest Templates for Canva to help get you started:
If you’re looking for premium Pinterest Templates, check out my shop here!
Here are some of the templates I offer for sale, which are 100% customizable and ready to edit in Canva. These templates include paid stock images and feature branded color schemes. (you can always change the colors and images if you want!)
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