What To Do When You Experience A Significant Drop In Pinterest Traffic

I see a lot of people freaking out about this at the minute – here’s some great advice from Elena

Elena Peters

I have been blogging since 2014 and have been using Pinterest since 2015. Pinterest is my main source of pageviews, accounting for at least 80% of the traffic on this blog and as high as 90% on my other blogs. You can see how a significant drop in Pinterest refers influences my stats and ultimately, my income. So it really sucks when I see a huge downturn in traffic refers from Pinterest.

Right now I am seeing a lot of posts and inquiries in Facebook blogging groups about bloggers seeing their Pinterest impressions and click-throughs drop. They are scrambling to figure out why this is happening to them and what they can do to reverse this trend. First let me say, stop freaking out. Every business has it’s ups and downs. If you track your stats month to month and year to year, you will see your own natural…

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