5 Pinterest Scheduler Tools to Try - AMEYAMARKETING

Pinterest is one social network that can make a big difference in traffic, in sales and in more. Whether you run a popular food blog as a hobby or managed social media posts to the travel business for which you work. A scheduler from Pinterest can help you ensure that your pins are regularly and at the right time seen by your target audience so that you can have more clicks, more people saving your pins and more people following your boards.

Here are five great tools

Like almost all social networks, Pinterest itself does not allow you to prepare for saving or uploading pins at a given time, but there are a number of third-party tools available that allow you to do this.

1. Tailwind

Tailwind is a platform based on Pinterest and Instagram marketing that provides you with a great way to organize and schedule your visual social media posts.

Tailwind will allow you to view recommended times for publishing your pins, for generating multiple postings all at once in any Tailwind web page, for uploading images from almost anywhere, and for recycling postings that are performing well. Use the quick drag-and-drop feature to arrange your pins, and take advantage of the lists for groups when dropping your pins in the queue for super-fast automatic pinning.

Trial & Pricing
  • Schedule up to 100 Pinterest pins and 30 Instagram posts with no time limit.
  • $10 per month and up.
2. Viraltag

Viraltag is a social dashboard tool that allows you to schedule posts on Pinterest, alongside other popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram that compete with Tailwind as a best visual social sharing tool.

The Pinterest Scheduling Tool is specially designed for Pinterest, so the Pinterest audience will be able to customize the size, the caption, the tags and more. Pick the appropriate board, add a summary and a source, then schedule it for a while for the post or add it for quick automatic posting in your postal queue. Viraltag also has an integrated bonus image editor and Canva integration so that your pins can be built directly in the device!

Trial & Pricing:
  • 14-day free trial.
  • $24 per month and up.
What We Like:
  • Pinterest, Snapchat, Facebook, Tumblr, and Instagram function.
  • Pinterest streamlined. Pinterest optimized.
  • The image editor provides integration with the Canva file.
What We Don’t Like:
  • Videos can’t be posted.
  • Not as extensive as some other possibilities. Analytics.
3. Buffer

Buffer is a great fit for social media users of all kinds on the web and on the internet and in the mobile app. Buffer has a very simple and intuitive interface.

You can use it for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ LinkedIn and Instagram in addition to Pinterest scheduling. You can build your schedule queue anyway you want to ensure that your target audience on Pinterest can maximize dates and times. Buffer automatically retrieves some of the information for your pin when scheduled to add a pin for the extension or application, so that it is easier to edit or modify the process before adding it to your schedule queue.

Trial & Pricing:
  • 14-day Business Plan free trial.
  • $15 a month and up.
What We Like:
  • It is user-friendly.
  • Works on several platforms.
  • Online photo editing application links to Pablo.
What We Don’t Like:
  • Do not permit the upload of bulk files.
  • Power Scheduler in the desktop version only available.
4. SocialPilot

SocialPilot’s next social media planner to take a place in this list is because Pinterest pin creation and scheduling functions are available in full. Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, VK and Xing can also be used to support this. As well as videos, SocialPilot helps you to schedule video and GIF frames. You can build your schedule with your customized dates and times using your content calendar to see everything at a glance. A good logo and watermark tool you can also use for marking your pins right before preparing them, plus a smart social pilot to make it easy to use a mobile device for programming pins.

Trial & Pricing:
  • 14-day free trial.
  • $100 a year and up.
What We Like:
  • Compatibility of wide cross-platform.
  • Full addition to planning functionality.
  • Manages GIFs and images.
  • Easy, simple and easy.
What We Don’t Like:
  • It does not permit the uploading of bulk images.
  • Power Scheduler in the desktop version only available.
5. Viralwoot

For both Pinterest and Instagram, Viralwoot is another tool worth considering. The interface is clean and simple, which can make it a better choice for companies looking for more advanced tools without the complexity and additional functionality. The Viralwoot browser expansion and Viralwoot mobile app can be created and scheduled for use in bulk in order to save you time and optimize your pins for the best publishing time. You can also plan saves (repins), which is a great way to engage the Pinterest community, for other Pinterest users.

Trial & Pricing:
  • Unspecified free trial period.
  • $10 a month and up.
What We Like:
  • The code is tidy and uncluttered.
  • Can handle the creation and programming of bulk pins.
  • The website and mobile app are included.
What We Don’t Like:
  • This isn’t intuitive.
  • Customer service untrustworthy.