Pinterest Scheduling Tools
I could get lost in Pinterest for hours! There is always more to see and discover.
One thing I love about Pinterest as a social media tool is that it is a great place to share evergreen resources. Even so, it’s important to continue to add content on a regular basis. As you can imagine, this is much easier to do with a scheduling tool.
Here are five awesome Pinterest scheduling tools to check out:
One of my favorite social media management tools also integrates with Pinterest! Use Buffer to collaborate with your team members to post not only to Pinterest, but also to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.
There are two features of this tool that I love: 1) You can integrate your pins with Google Analytics Campaigns to track your progress, and 2) Their tool “Pablo” can help you create shareable images without leaving their website.
They have a free version to manage Facebook and Twitter, but you’ll have to upgrade to post to Pinterest. Even so, it’s a very affordable tool starting at $10/month. Plus, they have discounts for nonprofits and their customer service is excellent.
This is a fairly new scheduling tool on the market. It doesn’t have as many features as some of the other options, but at $5/month the price can’t be beat.
If you have a lot of pins ready to go, use their bulk upload feature to get started quickly. You can also pin to multiple boards and clone pins to increase your productivity.
I’ve been using Tailwind for a while now, and their analytics are by far the most comprehensive. In addition to seeing general stats on your pins, you can also discover trending content, get insights on competitors, and track what’s being pinned from your site.
They also have a bulk upload feature, the ability to schedule repins, and a platform for sharing the work with team members.
All of these great features, combined with the fact that you can also post to Instagram, makes this a great tool to manage your visual content.
If you’re looking for a tool to manage all your social media accounts in one place, Viraltag is a great option. In addition to Pinterest, also schedule to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and Instagram.
They recently released new features including bulk upload, analytics, and integrations with Google Analytics and Canva. If you had previously overlooked this tool because you were looking for more features, it’s time to give it a second chance.
Plans are a little more pricey starting at $29/month, but they have special pricing for bloggers and nonprofits. If you write an honest review about their product you can get 60% off pro plan.
Schedule up to 100 pins per month for free, which is likely more than enough for most nonprofits and small businesses. They have a free bookmarklet you install on your browser to schedule pins, or search Google images to pin within the website itself.
To upload images directly into the scheduler or to schedule pins from Facebook, you’ll have to purchase one of their paid subscriptions, which start at $8/month.
ViralWoot is also a platform that can help you get more followers, likes, and repins. They also offer some basic analytics and Instagram scheduling.
Use this infographic to compare features from all the tools side-by-side:
Infographic updated on January 19, 2016.