If you know anything about Pinterest, you know that it is a search and discovery platform, which means whether you like it or not. Keywords matter on Pinterest, but if the thought of SEO makes you wanna crawl back into that cozy bed, then this post is for you! Today I’m gonna show you three easy ways that you can do your keyword research fast and easy!
3 Easy Ways to do Pinterest Keyword Research
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Now, as I mentioned above, Pinterest is a search and discovery platform. Think of it as if Google and Instagram had a baby, a visual search destination.
But because it’s a search engine and SEO matters, people get hung up on the SEO and the keywords.
But the truth is, in reality, doing keyword research is really easy, especially since you can do it right on the Pinterest platform. So let’s jump into the three ways that you can do keyword research on Pinterest fast.
Pinterest Keywords: The Pinterest Search Bar
The first way you can do your keyword research on Pinterest is by using the Pinterest search bar. Head to the search bar on your Pinterest home feed, type in a topic you wish to do keyword research for, then see what works auto-fill in the drop down. These are keywords for your topic!
For a more detailed demonstration, check out the full video above!
Pinterest Keywords: The Pinterest Ribbons Bar
The second way that you can do your keyword research on Pinterest is by using the Pinterest ribbons bar.
Once again, start on the Pinterest home feed, type in a topic you wish to do keyword research for, then hit enter. Directly below the search bar, you will see “buttons” with additional words listed. These are keywords that are associated with the original topic you searched for.
And yes, they are ranked in order of search volume. Even better! Review all keywords listed here to see if they are relevant to your topic or product at hand.
Pinterest Keywords: Related Search Buttons
And lastly, the third way that you can do keyword research on Pinterest is by using the related search buttons. Have you ever typed something into the search bar on Pinterest and scrolled through your options? And when you get halfway down the screen, you see ribbons or related searches to what you’re already searching for, and they’re kind of like buttons.
These are even more keywords that may be relevant to your original topic. What you find under the related searches are often other search phrases that are searched within your original topic or category.
For example, if you search “wedding dresses”, then scroll down to find related searches, you may find phrases like “best wedding dresses”, “elegant wedding dresses”, etc.
Top 3 EASY ways to do Keyword Research on Pinterest!
These are the top three ways that I do keyword research on Pinterest to find the right keywords. Now remember, start with your topic first and use one, or maybe use all three of these different formats, and I promise you will find the right keywords to target for your content or your products.
Again, to see a full walk-through of what each of these processes look like on Pinterest, check out the video above. Be sure to hit the subscribe button and never miss out on our little Pinterest party!