A Simple 10 Minute Pinterest Strategy

This simple Pinterest strategy only takes me 10 minutes a day and gets me 2.2 million monthly Pinterest viewers! This strategy works for manual pinning or with a scheduling tool. It's simple and it works. I rely on Pinterest for the bulk of my traffic, it is a powerful tool. But it doesn't need to take up all my time! 10 minutes a day is all I've got, and this pinning strategy is so effective that 10 minutes is all I need!

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If, like me, you’ve spent time researching the best way to use Pinterest to grow your business, then no doubt you’ve seen multiple blog posts such as “how to schedule a month’s worth of content in an hour and explode your blog!”. Well, I’ve read those posts and I call bullshit. Scheduling that much content takes closer to 4-5 hours. Plus I’ve tried all kinds of strategies that were supposed to ‘explode’ my views, and no dice. So I found a way to harness the power of Pinterest as a marketing platform for my online business without letting it become a huge burden and time suck. And the results speak for themselves. I get 2.2 million monthly Pinterest viewers using this simple Pinterest strategy! 🙂

This simple Pinterest strategy only takes me 10 minutes a day and gets me 2.2 million monthly Pinterest viewers! This strategy works for manual pinning or with a scheduling tool. It's simple and it works. I rely on Pinterest for the bulk of my traffic, it is a powerful tool. But it doesn't need to take up all my time! 10 minutes a day is all I've got, and this pinning strategy is so effective that 10 minutes is all I need!

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I’m at a point in my business where I’m pretty tired of all the click-bait articles that promise me explosive sales and pageviews. I’ve clicked them and they’ve let me down. (Never mind the fact that most ‘how-to’ posts don’t ever tell you ‘how-to’ do anything. So annoying.)

Turns out there is no formula for making your business a success. You’ve got to march to the beat of your own drum so to speak. Your business, your rules.

So that’s what I’ve done with my Pinterest strategy. I’ve made it my own and this strategy has been working really well for me.

Here are some stats:

Monthly Pinterest viewers: 2.2 million
Monthly Pinterest engaged viewers: 75K
(these numbers fluctuate a bit but if they go down they always come back up about a month later)
I get an average of 10-12 new Pinterest followers a day. Some days I get close to 30!
Blog monthly pageviews from Pinterest: 25K
Pinterest accounts for about 30% of my Etsy shop views.

My sincere hope and belief is that this simple Pinterest strategy can work for you too.

But I’m not going to sit here and promise you explosive results. That’s crap and I won’t do it. All I can do is share the strategies that work for me.

Above are my personal stats, but Tailwind (the Pinterest scheduler I use, but which isn’t a requirement for this strategy to work) also publishes the Typical Results of Tailwind for Pinterest Members every year, so you can see exactly what the average growth rate looks like for their members.

What I do ask, is if you give my strategy a try, try it for a minimum of 60 days. That should definitely be enough time to see if it’s working for you. You should see your followers start to grow daily and your views go up dramatically.

You’ll know it’s working for you when the process doesn’t feel like a huge chore but you’re still getting great results.

 

This strategy is so simple. It might be simple enough that lots of people are already doing it! But on the off chance that you’re still searching for a Pinterest strategy to help grow your business that won’t take up all of your waking hours, this is it!

I used to try to sit down once a week and schedule all the following week’s pins. I pin about 40 pins per day. So scheduling all of those was taking me well over an hour.

Now I’m a busy mom. I’m juggling a lot of stuff on a daily basis and finding 60-90 minutes to work on a single task is nearly impossible. Someone always needs a snack or help with their lego, dinner needs to get made and appointments got to. Scheduling pins just never made it very high on my priority list.

So what ended up happening was that a whole week would go by and I never got a chance to pin a thing. And an inconsistent Pinterest strategy is almost worse than no strategy at all!

I discovered that what I CAN commit to is 10 minutes a day to schedule that same day’s pins. I typically do it while I’m eating breakfast. Because mom life = multi tasking.

I schedule all my pins using Tailwind. (But don’t stop reading if you don’t use Tailwind, my strategy works with manual pinning too!)

Tailwind suits my needs because I pin to a lot of group boards. (around 70 I think) Tailwind helps me make sure I’m making the best use of those group boards and keeps track of when I’ve pinned to them. Mainly so I don’t end up accidentally spamming boards with my pins or breaking group board rules.

Read Also: A Comprehensive Guide to Group Boards
and: Pinterest Growth Hack – Actionable Pinterest Tip

I like that I can space out my pins and schedule them to multiple boards in just a few clicks. Tailwind also schedules pins at optimal times of day for me, so I don’t have to be awake at 2am in order to capitalize on the waking hours of pinners in California.

So let’s get to it.

 

10 Minute Pinterest Strategy

The first step for me is scheduling my own pins. Those are pins from my own blog posts or of my shop products.

(I wrote an in depth tutorial on the best way to create pins for Etsy listings, which you can read here.
I also wrote an entire e-book on How to Rock Your Product Photography Using Only a Smartphone.)

I schedule any current blog posts, new product pins or older content that hasn’t been re-pinned for a while. I schedule all my pins to my own relevant boards and all relevant groups boards. That will account for about 8-10 pins per day.

Next I need to find another 28-30 ish pins to fill in the rest of my day’s schedule.

I do that by clicking on the ‘following’ tab in the top menu bar. Scroll down, allowing all the pins to load until you reach the red button that says ‘find more people to follow’.

My 10 minute a day Pinterest strategy

 

Scroll down to red button to load all pins in the 'following' feed

You need to scroll all the way down in order to load all the pins. This is a necessary step if you are using Tailwind. Otherwise when you click the blue flame Tailwind button only a handful of pins will appear for scheduling.

Then I simply work my way through the feed and select the very best pins that will appeal to my audience. I schedule all those pins to my own boards. (I only add my own content to group boards, not other people’s content.)

I’ve found that I can usually pull 30-35 great pins from my ‘following’ feed.

With any luck I’ll end up over-pinning by 5 or 6 pins which will help fill in the next day’s schedule. If I do that every day I might get the weekend days filled up too so I don’t have to even think about Pinterest over the weekend, another perk of using Tailwind! (I’m trying to find a better work/life/mom balance. If that’s even possible. Whomp whomp.)

How to Adapt to a Manual Pinning Process

Your ‘following’ feed is a great place to find relevant pins whether you use a scheduler or not. Since Pinterest rolled out the simplified pinning button, it takes much less time to re-pin things.

This new Pinterest feature really speeds up manually pinning!

You can simply scroll through your feed, pinning as you go. If you work through the whole feed you should get a good 30-35 pins, which is a great daily amount to see some growth in your Pinterest account.

The down side to a manual pinning strategy is that you can’t take advantage of optimal pinning times throughout the day. You’ll be pinning all the day’s pins at one time.

And you’ll have to come up with another method of keeping track of the pins you send to group boards, which can be a real hassle.

Pinning manually might add an extra few minutes to the process, but not too many. Time is money and all that. Either you save time by spending money (on a scheduling tool) or you save money by spending time (pinning manually). It’s up to you how to use your limited resources!

 

Why This Pinterest Strategy Works

As long as you are following a good variety of people, your ‘following’ feed will contain a solid variety of pins. This means you can schedule pins to a number of different boards all from one page. No more searching for “DIY nursery decor”, finding a few pins, searching for “dairy-free desserts”, finding a few pins, etc.

I don’t have to bother shuffling my Tailwind queue or waste time making sure I track down a  good variety of pins. The ‘following’ feed is by nature a randomized list of diverse pins. Win!

 

How to Curate Your Following Feed

For the first week you use this Pinterest strategy, you may need to curate your ‘following’ feed so that you are seeing only the best and re-pinnable content. I don’t have time to sift through useless pins and neither do you.

So for the first week you’ll have to add an extra 5 mins to the process.

Scroll through your ‘following’ feed and observe the pins that you would never re-pin. Either the content doesn’t suit your audience or the pins are visually unappealing. If there is more than one pin of this nature from a single pinner, click through to their profile and unfollow them. Unfollow 3-5 pinners a day.

Next, click on the +person button at the top of the ‘following’ feed or on the red ‘find more people to follow’ button at the bottom. This will take you to a page of suggested pinners tailored to your interests. Find 3-5 new people to follow who produce high quality pins that will appeal to your audience.

Find the best people to follow to curate a great feed!

 

Curate your 'following' feed in order to find the very best content for your audience

After about a week you will have a well curated feed of high quality content to re-pin from.

 

Wow, I had a lot more to say on this subject than I thought I did! Haha! Props to you if you made all the way to the end of this epic post!

Drop ANY questions you have in the comments, I’m happy to help!

VINE & LACE

93 comments

  1. This was an incredibly useful post! I’ve been working on Tailwind for a couple months now and I’m still trying to figure out how to best use it for my blog. Following these tips it’ll make it so much easier to schedule pins, so thank you for sharing!

  2. Hi Laura,

    Thanks so much for this great post! I’ve been looking for a way to “refine” my pinning plan. I already use Tailwind, and love it. But, I wasn’t having much success with trying to schedule pins only once a week. It was just taking too much valuable time.

    I’ve been scheduling daily, and it only takes a few minutes, like you said. Much more efficient, and I expect I’ll use this approach for quite a while. Thanks again!

  3. WOAH Thank you so much for being so honest and upfront! This gave me hope as a manual Pinner for now such an actionable post and thanks for reminding everyone that Tailwind or no Tailwind is a personal call

  4. Thank you for being so authentic and honest! I’ve been following all the strategies and am growing slowly but surely. I have yet to do the following button one so thank you for this tip!

  5. Amen! And, love this. I personally left Tailwind when my stats dropped. I agree: This is a personalized business. No two alike and you HAVE to find out what works for your blogging business. Thank you!

  6. Hi,

    How do you create your own pins, is it just interest graphics that are linked to your blog, I am just starting out so I don’t have so many posts. Is it okay to create posts about my product as well?

    Thanks in advance for the help!

  7. Hi Laura, so great to ‘meet’ a fellow Nova Scotian entrepreneur! Great post but I am a bit confused. You said you schedule your pin(s) daily which equals about 8-10 pins, surely that would only be from one pin (8-10 to your boards and group boards)? Also, how do you schedule pins from your following feed to Tailwind so quickly?

    1. Hi Kenda! I have multiple pins go out each day from my various blog posts. Do you use Tailwind? It’s pretty speedy once you get the hang of it. Using the Board Lists feature is a huge time savings!

  8. Hey Laura. Thanks for taking the time to write this post. I’m definitely going to try it your way and see if I can step my Pinterest game up a bit. I do get about 100 new followers a day but I really think some of them are not real people. I try to weed out the ones that I don’t think are real but that gets very time consuming. Do you get followers like that?

    1. Hey Julie, I’m sure some of my new followers are fake, that’s par for the course with social media. But the majority are legitimate people. I wouldn’t worry about weeding out fakers unless they are spamming you though. Thanks for reading!

  9. Wow I love that you have given me an ACTUAL plan to work on. I don’t have Tailwind yet but will definitely invest once I am ready. For now the manual pinning will have to do. Your blogs are all awesome and very practical. One of the most useful ones I have read so far!

  10. Thank you so much for USEFUL information on finding success with Pinterest! I am also running into a lot of articles that promise “how-to’s” only to delivery nothing of value. Anyway, you mentioned how many group boards you are a part of. Do you mind disclosing how many Tribes you are a part of on Tailwind? I am currently only a “plus” member with a limit of 5 tribes. I don’t know if it’s worth the money to add more or if group boards are just as good. Any insight is greatly appreciated!!! Thanks in advance!

    1. Hey Natalie, Thanks for reading! I’m in 10 tribes, plus 2 that I own. I would keep going with your group boards for now and try to track how they perform for you. Tribes are similar to group boards in that they are not all created equal. So some of them could be duds, while others are really active. At least with tribes it’s easier to track how your pins are doing, but you have to pay for it. It’s 6 of one, half dozen of the other. 🙂

  11. This was really helpful information.

    My question is, I’m not ready to start a blog yet (just don’t have the time to dedicate to make it how I would want). I do however want to get my Pinterest established. What do you think is the best way to do that if I don’t have my own content to publish yet?

  12. Hi Laura, thank you for this great article. There’s one thing I probably should understand by now but don’t. Can you clarify, for the 8-10 pins of your own content, to how many different boards does each of those 8-10 pins go? And similarly, for the 30 or so pins you find from those you are following, to how many of your own boards do each of those go? Thanks!

  13. Thank you so much for your refreshing blog tips!

    I also work in 10 minute increments while eating so this is perfect! I love reading what actually works for others! Thanks for the tips!

  14. Love your blog and posts! Just a suggestion – can you move the social bars to the top or bottom? They’re kind of interfering on the side when reading your awesome posts! 🙂

  15. I’ve been using Tailwind and I love it, but I didn’t realize I should be doing that many pins a day! I figured the 4-6 a day on Tailwind and the ones I do from Facebook Groups (about 5-10) would be plenty. Good to know I should be more active on it!
    Also, I had no idea about curating my following boards. I need to revamp my Pinterest in general. I’ve had it for several years and used it as a personal one, but only recently switched to a business account so it’s kind of full of junk honestly. I’ll be adding a Pinterest Revamp to my schedule with curating my following boards as a main focus. Thank you!

  16. So I sell Stampin’Up products and also offer classes. What do I advertise on Pinterest? the products, things I have made from the products or the Stampin’Up website via my personal link? my blogs? An affiliate item?

  17. Rarely do I comment on the post that I read unless they are EXCELLENT content that really is filled with relevant information worth taking the entire time to read. This was one of the BEST posts that direct, concise, and not loaded with distracting ads. You are mommypreneur who is certainly at Pinterest strategy expert who is worth following and recommending to others.

  18. Thank you so much Laura for the great lead – I’ve been floundering now for too long and getting frustrated – you’ve given me lots of hope! I’ll probably get stuck along the way and will need more answers and it’s great to know there is someone out there like myself who was in the same boat I am and now has clear sailing. Thank you again for that.
    Hugs Dianne

  19. Thanks, Laura for a great and actionable post. As a blogger we’re always short on time and strategy is everything; I learned something today for sure. Thanks again and I look forward to perhaps learn more from you. Wilfried

  20. Thanks for this, Laura! I was feeling really discouraged and TOTALLY understand why you call BS on “empty promise” type posts 😉 This one was practical, helpful, and realistic. Going to start implementing this week!

  21. Thanks Laura! This is INCREDIBLY helpful. I like the simple idea of pinning from the following tab. I tried Tailwind, but it’s not worth the expense when I don’t have many blogs. Does it matter if I pin at the same time? I saw that Tailwind chose the evening hours, so I can try and replicate that time. I thought I’d try the Pinterest schedule for my own pins. Now I have to come up with a chart to keep track of which pins I pin where. If this is too much of a pain, I may renew Tailwind, but I’d prefer to try it manually. Again, I appreciate your honesty. It bugs me how some people make everything seem so easy when it’s not. Your approach does make sense. Please let me know if you have any other tips for scheduling your own pins. Thanks!

  22. Hi Laura. Great post and thank you for sharing that information.
    I just have one quick question. Regards “‘following’ tab in the top menu bar..etc until all pins load and waiting for the red button. I spent 2 minutes scrolling down and stuff just continually loads and the red button never appears so I’ve already spent 2 of the 10 minutes and counting on loading all the pins. Any further advice. Thank you in advance 🙂
    All the best
    Valeria

    1. Hi Valeria,
      I’ve noticed the same thing actually. Sometimes the red button is there and sometimes it’s not. I think Pinterest must have made changes since I wrote this post. Just make sure you scroll down far enough to allow a large number of pins to load, but don’t scroll forever or you’ll lose the day! 🙂

    2. Thank you, thank you, thank you! And thank you for being honest. I am a new blogger (like a couple months in) and so I’m not ready for adding in a lot of monthly expenditures. I have been so frustrated wading through all these “click bait pins” like you said aren’t really telling you anything and then trying to sell you info for a really inflated price. At some point I’m sure I’ll be ready to invest more in my blog but for now I feel like I’ve been wasting a bunch of valuable mama time trying to figure out what steps to take next. SO appreciate this post! I’ve pinned it and followed you!

  23. Thanks for sharing your tips -this is helpful… I’ve been working on in my Pinterest strategy lately -so I’ll def give all this a try.

    You shared that this strategy has helped with your stats, however I’m curious if it has dramatically increased your income or been beneficial to your sales. Would love to hear more about that piece of the puzzle 😉

    1. Hi Lydia,
      The short answer is yes. But the long answer is, well, long. Lol. Being active on Pinterest greatly increases my traffic and more traffic means more money in my case. I mainly monetize my blog with ads and the more traffic I have the more money I make. But some people have great success with affiliate programs and traffic volume doesn’t necessarily affect that revenue stream depending on how good of a sales-person you are. I could probably write a whole post about this!

  24. Thank you for your honestly!! Love that you called BS on those quick tips to 1 million visitors!! This post is amazing, can’t wait to read more on your site.

  25. Hi Laura, thanks for writing this post. A great way to remind myself that I only need 10 minutes to be consistent with my Pinterest marketing strategy.

    I love Tailwind Tribes. It helps me become more engaging to other Pinterest followers.

    Valerie

  26. Hi Laura
    I love this strategy! I’m a newbie currently in that stage of deciding just how much I can do for free without having to pay for extras like TailWind and your strategy sounds like a pretty good place to start. Thanks!

  27. Wow! I’ve never heard this pinning strategy before! Looks very doable and practical for a stay-at-home mom who’s trying to grow a blog like me. I’ll definitely try this method for at least 60 days. Thank you so much for sharing this Laura! 🙂

  28. Hello, thanks for the article, I am going to try it, but I have one query…. where do I find the pinterest basics how-to? I have not yet worked out how to ask to join a group board, but have set up a business account. Some information seems to be really hard to find and I cannot afford to pay someone to tell me everything. Please assist if you can, I would greatly appreciate it.

  29. I read this whole thing waiting for the sales pitch! How many times are you promised some winning pinterest strategy only to find you have to buy it? Argh!
    Anyway, this seems really helpful and I’m going to give it a go before I invest in yet another Pinterest course promising the world haha xx

  30. Thank you so much for this post. Of all posts on Pinterest regarding tips and advice, I find yours are the most comprehensive and the most helpful.

    I am beginning to join Pinterest Group Board. Wish me luck!

  31. Thank you for this great article, I have read so many that do not give any useful or helpful information. Like you and many others I have an Etsy Shop and have been frustrated with how to market and get views. I have been a Pinterest user but have not used for pinning for my shop yet. After reading your article I have a few questions, I hope you can help me.
    1. In this article you said that once you create your pin to save it to one of your relevant boards, then you can pin it to other boards. My question is can you pin to the main feed on Pinterest or does Pinterest use their algorithms to decide which pins make the feed?
    2. Etsy has a quick pin link to pin your items to Pinterest. Should I use this link or make my own pins (ie.PicMonkey), I am concerned with the photo dimensions that you recommend and not getting seen due to incorrect sizing of my photos.
    3. You said you should have a board for Etsy listings (which I need to make) Do you need to resize all the photos in PicMonkey for this board for best results?
    Any feedback you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you,
    Diana

  32. I have tailwind and used for a while, but even that was overwhelming to me. I am slightly concerned about the follow/unfollow aspect. I don’t want other bloggers to get upset or think I’m playing games…but I want to give your strategy a try. I have to do something to get traffic to my blog and hopefully finally make some money!
    Thank you for a helpful post!

    1. There are “follow/unfollow” schemes out there that are designed to game the system and build followers in a very sketchy way. This is not one of them 🙂 This is simply cleaning up your following tab and making it more useful to you over time.

  33. Thank you for all the info!! I found your blog today and honestly I couldn’t tell you where I found it from, but probably Pinterest. Sharing this with a friend because it is SO helpful!! Thanks!!

  34. Thank you. Just to be clear….you only post 8-10 pins from your blog and then 20-30 pins that come from another source? I have never heard of pinning so much content from another blog.

    1. Hi Colleen, Yes that’s correct. Many people abide by the 80/20 rule. 20% of the content you share is your own and 80% is other people’s. I don’t measure quite that precisely, but I think it’s good to share a big variety of content. That way you don’t come across as spammy or overly self-promoting. 🙂

  35. Dear goodness! I have been paying someone to do this for me because I thought it was such a time suck, even though I knew it drove traffic to my blog. Your strategy has already saved me money because I CAN devote 10 minutes a day to do this. Thank you so much.

  36. This was so very helpful. I’ve resenting invested in tailwind and I was asking myself “How can make this repinning a bit more effecient?” I love the little tip about using your following page. It had helped me loads in the past five minutes! Thank you for sharing.

    Sending my love xx

  37. Thanks for such a great post Laura. I found I got caught up in the Pinterest rabbit whole so easily. This strategy simplifies things so much and I love how super simple it is. I’m interested to know if you use Tailwind Tribes as well and how do you incorporate them into your strategy.

    1. I’m so glad you love my Pinterest strategy! I do use Tailwind Tribes, they can really help you increase your reach. If you use Tailwind, I definitely recommend using tribes too. But not all tribes are created equal. It’s a good idea to assess the performance of a tribe every now and again to see if it’s worth your efforts. If a tribe isn’t performing well for me, I leave it to make room for another. I only have the basic Tailwind plan that allows for 10 tribes, so I want to make sure they’re good ones! I’ll add my new pins to them at the same time I’m scheduling pins to all my boards. I only add my own content to tribes, not anyone else’s. But I make sure to follow the rules and re-pin others!

  38. Have you tracked how many of that 30% Pinterest Traffic has turned into a sale in your Etsy store? I would be really interested to know the conversion numbers specifically from Pinterest traffic to your store. There is a lot of traffic vanity metric floating around, and not much conversion stats from that traffic.
    Have you been able to track your Pinterest conversions from your Pinterest marketing ? It is easy to do. You just create a Pinterest affiliate link for your store and use that link in all your pins to see which converts into a sale.
    Great post, thanks for sharing.

    1. Hi Pam, No I haven’t tracked exactly where my sales come from. I probably should. But I find it really easy to get stuck in the rabbit hole of stats. Lol. I tend not to worry too much about really specific analytics as long as my sales are remaining constant. Great tip though, thanks! I’ll give it a try if I decide to dive deeper into studying my analytics. 🙂

  39. Hi Thank you so much for sharing this strategy. The problem arises when you have only a few posts and even if you create extra pins for the same post, the repin rate may not be so good. I found this great resource on how you can use Google Analytics to manual pin at times when your audience is most active.

    1. You’re so welcome! I totally understand too, it’s hard when you don’t have a lot of posts to pin from. To start with you may only be pinning 10% of your own content and 90% of other people’s content. Over time those percentages change as your blog grows.

    2. I started out that way too. But what I found was that creating a few options for each blog post I do is a great way to get more mileage out of what I am doing. I blog twice a week. I was trying to do more but found it overwhelming. Do you have a blogging schedule? A good balance is 80% other peoples things and 20% yours. It will increase as you go like she said.

  40. Love this idea, Laura! Thank you for sharing—appreciate your transparency! I’m forever trying to get better at Pinterest—can’t wait to try this!

  41. I love that you’re so open about finding what works for each person and their business. I personally only schedule 5-8 pins a day because it’s too taxing for me to pin up to 40, my growth may be slower for it, but I am growing. So I call that a win. Thanks!

    1. If your strategy is working for you, then that’s totally a win! The key is in not allowing these kinds of tasks to become overwhelming, otherwise we’ll burn out. 🙂

  42. These are great tips. As a new blogger, I am trying to learn every tip and trick I can. As a Mom, I need to find ways to save as much time as I can!! I love this article and I am definitely going to start implementing this strategy on my page. Also repinning this for my fellow bloggers! Excited to see more of your content!

  43. I agree with everything in this! I was spending over an hour a week scheduling, and I kind of discovered this strategy by mistake. I thought I was just bad at scheduling because I was not getting great results and it was taking me too long. Thanks for helping me know I’m not crazy!
    Meanwhile, I always try to write how-tos that actually teach something.

  44. This is probably one of the most helpful features I’ve run across regarding Pinterest strategy. As a new blogger, I feel like I’ve been spinning my wheels trying to figure Pinterest out (and it’s been a HUGE time suck). I’m going to try your method for 60 days because it is totally DOABLE!! And making sure I repin this one for my fellow blogger friends. Thanks, Laura!

  45. Laura, your first few paragraphs about the how-to posts that don’t tell you how to do anything had me chuckling 🙂 This pinterest strategy is helpful for those of us who aren’t using tailwind. I have also found I get decent engagement if I pin from people who are following me as well. A good 50/50 mix works although I probably still manage to pin from “following” if I do it this way. This gives me an opportunity to scroll through my followers to see if there are any interesting profiles to follow that I may have missed.

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