If your nonprofit is using Pinterest, you may have been invited to post to another user’s Group Board.
Pinning to Group Boards that others have created is a great way to increase exposure for your organization and your cause.
However, developing Group Boards yourself and inviting others to pin is an even better way – yet vastly underutilized by nonprofits on Pinterest.
A Group Board works just like a regular old Pinterest Board – but along with your organization, other Pinterest users (invited and approved by you) can add pins.
Group Boards can be secret or public, but for the purposes of nonprofit marketing, I suggest creating a few that are public.
Here are 7 ways that nonprofits can use Pinterest Group Boards.