Those of us using the popular social network, Pinterest, have been longing for a way to schedule our pins ahead of time. Social Media Strategists know that scheduling posts is important. As a business you want to pin during popular times of the day to increase exposure for your posts (generally speaking, before work, at lunchtime and in the evening). “At the same time,” says pinnablebusiness.com, you want to avoid posting too much content at once and overwhelming your followers.” Thanks to two great online tools, scheduling your pins to Pinterest is now possible and it’s a breeze.
Viraltag is a Pinterest Management Suite for Brands and Bloggers. Driving traffic from any Social Network requires a lot of commitment and time. Viraltag helps Brands with tools such as Bulk Upload and Schedule to automate their day to day work on Pinterest and yet have total control on what they Pin. You can’t schedule repins or upload original pins to schedule, but you can pin and schedule images you find online. Rather than using Pinterest’s, use Viraltag’s handy bookmarklet to pick images from any webpage to upload in bulk. You can even add effects to your images like custom text, adjust brightness and more. You can even track repins, likes and comments for every pin. Plus, Google Analytics is integrated to provide deep insights. Manage multiple accounts? Quickly switch to any account with a single click on the Unified dashboard. Here’s a short tutorial on how to use Viraltag.
Curalate is the world’s leading marketing and analytics suite for the visual web, starting with Pinterest and Instagram. Combining image recognition algorithms with scalable big-data tech, Curalate reveals actionable insights for Pinterest and Instagram, including competitive analysis. It’s visual analytics for the visual web. The Scheduler enables brands to schedule pins and batch these pins into specific campaigns. This new feature will save community managers an extraordinary amount of time (Hey, community managers, no more pinning on the weekend) and provide marketers with greater detailed analytics for product launches, editorial initiatives, etc.