How to Turbocharge Your Pin Creation with Tailwind Create

Pin Creation with Tailwind Create

How to Turbocharge Your Pin Creation with Tailwind Create

Imagine you could do all these things without having to use multiple tools or platforms:

  • Create multiple, beautiful pins quickly.
  • Automatically include your brand logo, fonts and colour scheme every time.
  • Send directly to your Tailwind draft queue.
  • Have an option to download each set in a labelled zip file for easy archiving.

Now you can, with Tailwind Create!

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What is Tailwind?

Tailwind is a Pinterest Scheduling and Pin Creation tool. It is an Official Pinterest Partner, so it’s 100% safe to use with your Pinterest account.

Tailwind has three awesome features to help you get the best performance from your pins:

  1. Tailwind Communities
  2. SmartLoops
  3. Tailwind Create (NEW in 2020)

What is Tailwind Create?

Launched at the end of 2020, Tailwind Create has fast become my favourite feature of Tailwind! It saves me so much time in new pin creation and totally eases my design fatigue. Does anyone else struggle with designing new pins for every blog post?

Tailwind Create allows you to produce multiple pin designs for a new blog post quickly and easily with 100’s of layout options available. You can set up your brand in advance, so it has your logo and colour scheme saved, ready to apply to your pins each time you create them.

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As easy as entering your content’s URL…

Pop your blog post link into the URL box; it will automatically get the blog title and any photos from the blog post. Click the magical Create Images button. Tailwind Create will present you with hundreds of pins, all different designs and layouts made with your logo, colour scheme, choice of images, and blog title, all ready to be loaded directly to Tailwind at the click of a button.

Screenshot of Tailwind Create
Simply select the pin designs you like, or edit them individually

You can make edits to any individual pins to suit your needs, and it’s not recommended to use all these pins; that would be far too many for a single blog post. It’s the sheer speed of creation and the vast choice of pin designs that I love!

Turbocharge your pin creation today, try out Tailwind Create today!

Great News!

Tailwind recently announced they’re switching their Free Trial into a new Free Forever plan, including:

  • 20 posts per month to publish on Pinterest and Instagram.
  • Use Tailwind Create to make 20 posts per month. 
  • Join up to 5 Tailwind Communities with 30 submissions per month.

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Beckie Brown

Beckie Brown

I'm Beckie Brown and it’s my personal mission to help people get started blogging. Creating their own websites, no matter how inexperienced they are with websites, blogs or technology. If you’re looking to start an online business, build an email list, create a blog or just get a better grip on social media, I’m here to help you!

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