I honestly have not been using Tailwind for very long, but it offers something that other social media schedulers do not - the ability to schedule pins to Pinterest. I have used other social media schedulers, like Hootsuite, Buffer, Meet Edgar, and Post Planner and as far as I am aware, none of them offer the opportunity to integrate with Pinterest. I like that you can create a schedule for pinning things and then actually schedule content to fill up the schedule. I also like that you can see the analytics concerning how well your pins are performing. You can see when you posted each pin, how many times people have liked, commented, or repinned each one, and can also reschedule them. In addition to pin insights, they also provide you with board analytics, which is pretty cool. You get to see how may people follow each of your boards. That is helpful because although a lot of people will follow your entire profile, some people will only follow specific boards. For example, my most popular board is the one that highlights the best posts fro my blog. The one with the least amount of followers is my "Work With Me" board. I also like that you can view them in order of likes, so it is easy to see which ones are the most/least popular at a glance. It also shows how many pins you have on each board, which can help you decide which boards you need to focus on a bit more. I also really like that you can organize pins by things like hashtags, pinner, domains, ad time periods. Finally, it does a great job of tracking your follower growth daily, weekly, and over time.
Overall, I would highly recommend this scheduling tool if you are interested in automating your Pinterest activity. They offer a free trial (100 pins), so I'd recommend trying that out first if you are unsure of whether you want to pay for it. Honestly, if I had a bigger budget, I would pay for it.
I am really trying to use PInterest more as a way to earn money, so this helps to position me as an expert in my niche while also sharing tips, tools, and resources that my audience is interested in, but that I don't cover.