Your pins could be missing out on valuable exposure, not because your content isn’t great or your strategy isn’t on-point, but because of your pin design. How do I know this? Because I am truly sad to say, I have done it. I’ve passed over pins I would have loved to have re-pinned because they represented great content, but just couldn’t because poor pin design deterred me. And I have a pretty high tolerance for poor design—that is, for a graphic designer.
I’m not publishing this article because I want you to know how much of a design snob I am, or because I feel a sense of superiority because I know Photoshop. Rather, I am just sick of having to pass over great content, and I want to help! I sincerely believe that even the least design-savvy among us is capable of pretty pin designs, especially with tools like Canva at their disposal! That’s why I’m giving away a set of Canva pin templates for free, and addressing the five most common mistakes I see on Pinterest.Read More