Post updated 5/24/2021
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Pinterest has driven more traffic to my websites than any other platform over the past five years, making it one of my favorite places to share my recent blog posts.
I remember in the earlier days spending hours every day creating and scheduling pins hoping to attract visitors to my blog. I then discovered the Tailwind Pinterest scheduler that allowed me to shave off some of that time I was using to schedule everything manually.
I was all in.
However, as time went on, I still found that I was spending too much time designing and scheduling pins to promote my work.
It was critical that I had different designs to break up the monotony and I of course wanted it to be SEO-friendly. But I also wanted to test out different designs so that I’d know which ones yielded the most clicks. All of this just made the whole process very exhausting, to be honest.
*This is where Tailwind Create enters the chat*
FINALLY, one fine day Tailwind released its time-saving Tailwind Create tool. It was exactly what I needed.
What is Tailwind Create?
Tailwind Create is a new feature that can be used in conjunction with Tailwind’s Pinterest Scheduler.
How Does it Work?
You can simply add the link to your content in Tailwind Create and it will automatically generate a Title and pull in any photos embedded in the post.
You can modify the title as you see fit. You can also choose from a wide selection of free stock photos to be used in your pin design. From there, you can let Tailwind Create do its thing and produce hundreds of designs using your selected title, color palette, and images in just seconds.
It is literally SO easy!
You can make changes to any of the images you like. But with so many options to choose from, it is quite likely that you will find several pins that are absolutely perfect as they are. You can also filter by industry/niche, content type, and format.
It is important to note, however, you should still stick to a dedicated Pinning schedule that allows you to pin the recommended 15-25 times/day to help you avoid over-pinning.
Tailwind Create is Now Available for Facebook and Instagram!
You can learn all about this latest update here.
What I Like Best About Tailwind Create
My favorite part about Tailwind Create is literally how quickly you can create hundreds of high-quality pins. After selecting your faves, you can get them all scheduled out or shared to Tailwind Communities right there in Tailwind.
I mean, come on. It literally does not get much easier than this.
I went from spending 2-3 hours each day creating and scheduling a few pins (most of which were mediocre designs if we’re being honest) to spending less than 10 minutes designing and scheduling hundreds of eye-catching pins.
Tailwind is also an official Pinterest Partner so you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your account is safe.
You can see a glimpse of my Tailwind Create Dashboard in the image below to give you an idea of what to expect.
Is Tailwind Create Worth it?
Heck yeah, it is. If you want to drive more traffic to your website, (1) Stop sleeping on Pinterest. (2) Sign up for Tailwind Create to start designing beautiful high-converting pins.
How to Sign Up
All you need to do is click here to sign up with Tailwind and get started. They do offer a free trial which is based on 100 Pins or 30 Instagram Posts so you can give it a test drive before committing to a paid plan.
Feel free to leave any questions you may have about Tailwind Create in the comments. I will do my best to answer as many questions as possible. Happy pinning!