When I first heard about how effective Pinterest could be for my business in December 2016, I had a very small following… it wasn't zero, but it was great either: I’d heard the statistics from people with a large following about how Pinterest was the highest source of traffic to their websites and how it had changed their whole approach to marketing. I decided
Pinterest has been a game-changer for me when it comes to my online web traffic and sales. Throughout this series of Pinterest marketing blog posts, I’ll show you all the strategies I’ve used to grow my website traffic exponentially using Pinterest (without paid ads). Here’s a look at my own website data from December 2016 (when I first started looking at Pinterest marketing) until
Now that you’ve optimized your Pinterest profile and set up your boards, it’s time to start filling them with great content! When I first started saving Pins, I thought that quantity was more important than quality. I assumed that more content would result in more exposure. But things like broken links or spammy content can have a negative impact on your account in
One of the first and most important things you can do to build your brand on Pinterest is to create an attract Pinterest profile. A well-planned Pinterest profile will help you to gain followers, get repins and organically grow your blog traffic. In this post, I’ll be covering: How to set up a Pinterest business account How to create an attractive Pinterest profile
You’re Wrong About Pinterest: 10 Common Mindsets That Are Holding You Back from Growing on Pinterest
Pinterest is one of the most misunderstood and underestimated marketing platforms on the internet. If you thought that Pinterest was just for collecting recipes or wedding ideas, or that it’s not a profitable marketing platform, I’m here to tell you that you are very wrong! Let me share a few interesting statistics with you: Pinterest has more than 150 million monthly active users.