Tailwind tribes is a great way to share your blog content especially if you’re a blogger looking to grow and share your blog.
If you currently use Tailwind to schedule your pins on Pinterest, you’ve probably heard of Tailwind Tribes. Tailwind is a helpful tool for busy bloggers like you. Tailwind helps you schedule your pins ahead, find new contents to share, just to name a few.
When Tailwind launched their Tailwind Tribes feature, I was excited. I love that I can schedule my pins ahead of time and share others content from Tailwind Tribes via the Tailwind dashboard at the same time. It’s a win win.
If you are not using Tailwind yet, you can get started for free via Tailwind .
You are probably curious to learn more about Tailwind Tribes as much as I did. So let’s get to it.
What is a Tailwind Tribe?
Tailwind tribes is a free feature via Tailwind where a group of marketers share posts. It is a group of pinners sharing each others posts in their chosen niche. According to Tailwind, “Tribes is a tool that enables you to meet and grow with other marketers just like you!”
Tailwind Tribes is similar to Pinterest group boards where you share your own content and other members’ content of that tribe.
How do I get started on Tailwind Tribes?
You can either join a tribe or start a tribe. I recommend joining a tribe. Joining a tribe helps get your feet wet, so to speak. One thing to remember though, is that each group has their own rule. One of the most common rule is: to try to share vertical pins only. You can also start your own Tailwind Tribes and start sending out invites.
Are you ready to join a Tailwind tribe?
Do you have great content you would love to share? I have a Tailwind tribe for food bloggers and for all bloggers (all categories). You can tell me in the comments which tribe you would like to join and I can send you an invite.
Do you have a Tailwind Tribe group you’d like to invite new members to? If yes, comment with your group link below.
Did this post help you in any way? Any questions about Tailwind Tribes you’d like to know more about on the next post?
Stay tuned for the next post on how to navigate Tailwind Tribes step by step.
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