What do you do when you notice that your Pinterest monthly views have started to drop?
First things first, don’t panic!
Paying attention to your analytics is very important, but it’s more important to pay attention to THE RIGHT DATA to help guide your decision making.
In reality, your monthly views are not the most important metric.
It’s easy to get sucked in to something called a vanity number, in other words, you might be thinking:
“if someone has a high number of monthly views, they must be doing something right”
Well, no. That's actually not the case.
Pinterest Marketing: Numbers are About Perspective First
If your Pinterest Marketing Strategy includes watching numbers, which numbers should you pay the closest attention to? And what happens when they fluctuate?
Believe it or not, your monthly views do not tell the full story.
The most important metric to look at on a regular basis is CLICK-THROUGH-RATE.
Why? Because you’re going to want to know which of your pins people actually click on the most.
When someone clicks, they visit your URL, whether that is your blog, your Etsy Shop, or whatever product or affiliate link you're promoting.
The objective is for someone to take action…and that starts with the very first click.
This information is vital to your online business because it tells you what type of content your audience wants to see more of.
The TYPE OF CONTENT your audience wants more of.
OMG, this is the biggest lesson in online business and I've seen it both work and fail so many times over the years.
Here’s an example…I have a client who pins a lot of content about how to start a blog.
But as I continue to evaluate the client's blog posts and pin metrics, what I found is that her pins on the topic of how to use YouTube to generate income as an online business get TWICE as many clicks as her pins about how to start a blog!
Well, it's not surprising at all if you follow the pin data carefully over the course of several months.
You might see a lot of pins and content related to “how to start a blog” because maybe that is something you recently searched for yourself, not because that is what your own audience wants.
It's not really surprising, it's just data that will inform you about what's working well and what isn't working well in any given business.
Knowing how to interpret information about your very own Pinterest Analytics can help you make decisions about how you’ll move your business forward.
No matter what topic you blog about, whether you offer VA services to an online entrepreneur and you're trying to up your game, or whether you have an Etsy Store…whatever your online business is about…careful evaluation of your data will ALWAYS be the best way to inform what you do next.
So what Pinterest data should you look at and how do you interpret it?
Even though it may seem otherwise, Pinterest views are not the most important data point on Pinterest.
Just because someone looks at your pin doesn’t mean they are going to click it or take any further action. What you really want are the clicks on the Pin.
Measuring click-through-rate is a good metric to follow.
When you have a good click-through-rate, that is telling you that people are interested in learning more about your topic.
If you happen to have a great topic but a low click-through-rate, it’s likely your Pin image is not compelling enough to make someone click. Luckily that’s an easy fix!
Think about what your ideal customer is looking for when they go to Pinterest.
Pinterest is a platform that is especially active around holidays…Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day, even Back to School. Well I'm not sure about this year's back to school but lets get back to the point.
When you create pins and content on a topic that is “in season” you will tend to see more views and more click throughs on those pins.
Are you creating new content right now? And how much new content?
Take a moment to look honestly at your own new content.
Two new pins a week will never cut it. So if your views are dropping and you're only pinning one or two new pins a week, well there's your answer.
Tips on What to Do When Your Pinterest Views Drop
Tip #1: Pin New Content
Yes I know, beat a dead horse. This is typically the most important tip that you see floating around, but it’s worth diving deeper on.
Pinterest has flat out announced that you must pin new content. That means a new URL that leads to your blog. Or a new URL that leads to a new product inside your Etsy Shop. Or a new YouTube video.
When you write a new blog, vlog, or when you create a new product, it typically will have a different URL from your other blogs or products based on the title.
Each week, Pinterest knows if you have created some new content, whether it’s a blog post, a link to a product, or even a link to a new video, and pinned to that new URL.
That's called automated intelligence.
Or, the algorithm.
The algorithm does not consider one new URL each week good enough.
If you’re not creating new content at least daily, your views are sure to drop.
Pinterest considers a new pin image as new content. While an existing URL is not weighed as heavily in the Pinterest algorithm, it’s still a good idea to go back to old blog posts and update them or even split test them with a new Pin image after a few months.
Remember…brand new content gets a higher priority over a new Pin image, however, I still recommend both.
I know what you're thinking…you can't possibly write a new blog every single day.
That's ok, quality content is better than junky content, so focus on quality and post as often as you can.
One thing you must be exceptionally careful about is to not pin the same URL within 24 hours. Even if your pin is a different image, Pinterest will see this as spam and potentially block your account.
Repining content from other people is important too so that you can cultivate a collection of high quality information organized by topic, but focus first on creating your own content, then fill in with other people’s content.
Tip #2: Use Tailwind
I skipped over Tailwind for a long time because I thought it was just one more blogging tool that I just didn’t need. After all, I like being on Pinterest and was planning to pin every single day anyway.
What I found is that you just can’t get to the level of professional online business unless you use Tailwind.
If used properly and with the right strategy, you will likely see a very big increase in your Pinterest views and click-through within the first 1-2 months.
Patience and the right strategy is key, because if you’re not using it properly, you may not see instant results.
So many who are new to online business just do not want to spend money on one more tool, or even one more course, but know this: if you want to skip the line and soar right to the front…you've got to commit.
Online business is not easy.
It's not for everyone.
So if you’re serious about growing an online business, you must invest in yourself. That means you need both the knowledge and the tools to make it happen. If you have the tools but you don’t know how to properly use the tools, you will not see results and you’ll just get frustrated and give up.
AKA: Trying to use Tailwind without knowing the proper strategy will not help your online business.
Tip #3. Add a new Pinterest Board at least once a month
Creating new boards can help not only get new eyes on your content, but I also notice my monthly Pinterest views go up whenever I create a new board. Make sure you add keywords to your board, including a title and description.
When was the last time you created a new board?
Pinning super relevant content to the board is also very important. If you pin about Instagram, make sure the word Instagram is in the board title. If it just says “social media tips” the algorithm has a hard time recognizing the difference between Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook.
Add at least 10 pins to your new board immediately and keep filling it up with what your audience would like to see. Be honest with yourself too…because Pinterest for business isn't about what YOU want to see, it's about what your audience (or your client's audience) wants to see.
It’s a bit of an art and a bit of a science to come up with a system for pinning, and in my opinion, it’s impossible for one person to master the nuances of every single social media platform, which is why one of the first online courses I created was The Pinterest Business Plan as a way to help you go from zero to Pinterest expert as quickly a possible.
So if you’re struggling to figure out Pinterest, I encourage you to check out the course so you can drill down on some Pinterest specific education.
Tip #4: Be honest about your Pin Design
Is your pin design good? Does it look professional? As a business owner, you want pins that will attract a viewer’s attention and actually stop their scroll. Poorly designed or hard to read pins aren’t going to perform as well as bright, eye-catching pin designs.
Pro-Tip: Make sure your font isn’t too small! Some pins have too much font which makes them hard to read at a small size. Use a short title that gets right to the point.
Pinterest views do go up and down constantly due the algorithm changes (every few weeks) and if you take even a little break away from Pinterest, than can have an impact and your views will drop dramatically.
Just like in business, Pinterest has a slow season and a busy season. Typically it’s busier during the holidays.
But remember, each business is also very unique, so learning the best strategies and then applying them to your business is the best way to get results.
My advice? Don’t give up! You are capable of AMAZING THINGS!
And if you are a Freelancer, a Virtual Assistant (or if you're thinking about offering your very own Start-a-Blog service to others as a way to monetize) I encourage you to join my community by downloading my FREE Discovery Call Checklist!
It's a great way to organize your own skill set and start on the path toward offering Freelance Blogging Services to your very own clients! Stuck? I'll help you every step of the way. Join my Free Facebook Group!
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“Your website got how many visits yesterday?”
I finally got my sister’s attention.
She had been rolling her eyes at me for months as I told her how Pinterest was the social media platform that was driving massive amounts of traffic to my website.
She thought I was crazy. How can you make money from Pinterest?!
She’s responsible for a team of almost 30 designers, and works a ridiculous amount of hours with a ridiculous amount of stress for a fortune 100 company. Presently, she has a 2 year old (and would love to be blessed with more children).
I left a corporate marketing job after 14 years for the flexibility to work from home so that I could be a better mom and a better wife.
She thought that because I worked from “home” that I just browsed Pinterest all day and I didn't really work. So in hindsight, I’m not sure whether I set out to conquer the strategy using Pinterest for Business just to prove her wrong, or because I really do love browsing home decor and fashion trends.
I had been using Google Ads and Facebook to try to grow my business for quite some time. I had some early success (from about 2014 to about 2016…back when you just couldn't lose doing Facebook ads) but in 2017 that all changed.
The Rise of Bro Marketing…
If you've been online for any amount of time you've seen it…the kind of online marketing where people post a picture of themselves with a Ferrari or at some luxury vacation destination followed by a few paragraphs trying to convince you about how “easy” it is to live the laptop lifestyle and sip wine on the beach. It's followed by a free webinar in exchange for your email address. And it's not just men…women do this too.
You see, every guy (or gal) who posts these kinds of ads on Facebook, and links you to a horribly designed clickbait sales-page that talks about “secret funnel hacking” doesn't actually realize that he's drinking the same “dirty pond water” that his mentors drank.
In the industry, we call this “bro” marketing.
What most of the “bros” don't realize is that Facebook took away the most important part of Facebook Ads (it used to be called “power editor”) when they unified their ad platform.
Stay with me here, it's important to understand how the bros do it, so you can instead create a rock solid foundation and conversion strategy and master the nuances of the online business model…because this is a much more sustainable strategy than some of these other online marketing tactics.
And guess what? “Bro marketing” doesn't work anymore. It worked in 2014 when 3 people were doing it, but now that Russell Brunson convinced every newbie to online marketing that spending $100 and making $200 was a sustainable business model there are a lot of really bad sales funnels floating around. Don't get me wrong…I use the product. In fact, it really is a great piece of software. But that's just the point…having a tool if you don't know exactly what to do with it isn't going to help you.
Why Pinterest Training?
There are a few reasons, namely because Facebook Audience Targeting doesn't work anymore. Remember when Facebook was in the news quite a bit for privacy violations in late 2017? That's exactly the time when they took away the detailed audience targeting which, for small business, was the MOST important part of being able to get phenomenal results with Facebook ads.
So, what does that mean for small business now? Well just ask any small business owner if they get good engagement on their Facebook Business Page or with their Facebook ads and they will tell you they do not.
If they tell you they do, they're lying. Because I've been around since the times where you could get a cost per lead for less than .40 cents.
Unless you have wildly deep pockets, Facebook is not the place to market a small business, especially when you’re first starting out.
Not to mention, unless you live under a rock, people are immune to Facebook ads now, especially the ones where someone writes some big, long dissertation. Nobody has time to read that.
But here's something else…when you share your blog, or your Pin, or your offer on another social platform, it shouldn't say: “A Pin For You” in the meta-data. Want to know how to fix that? Keep reading.
A lot of marketers like to talk about being “in the right place at the right time” with online marketing and advertising, but the reality is, online marketing is not easy to do even if you’re a marketer, so if you’re not a marketer by profession, it can seem even more overwhelming.
And your “Facebook Ads Dude” well, he drank the dirty pond water because it isn't a technical problem. Any legit digital marketer can show you what buttons to push inside the ads manager, but if you aren't willing to refine your system and build a dynamic customer journey based on attraction marketing, then knowing what buttons to push won't save you.
So, what's next? Well I'm going to talk to you about how Pinterest is different of course, but first, there's some groundwork.
You need to build the foundation. Because if you don't have a foundation in place first, you can't zero in and amplify.
Because you can't squeeze a cold audience through a crappy looking clickbait landing page and expect your offer to convert
You can't expect people to surrender their email address for an opt-in if you haven't actually delivered any value to them first, and
You can't force people to sit through a fluff-ball, automated, hour-long webinar with nothing but a bad sales pitch at the end and expect your offer to convert!
What if you want to start a blog or an online business? What if you want to grow your business using a proven business model and not a sleazy sales tactic?
How to Become A Pinterest Manager and/or Master the Platform
What if you want to become a Pinterest Manager so that you can position yourself as a market leader who actually understands the platform and can assist other small businesses with using Pinterest?
You have talent! You're not drinking from the dirty pond. Maybe you’ve been working for a while and you know you have something special to offer. Or maybe you already manage social media for business, but you're looking to master the Pinterest platform.
You’ve heard you can make money blogging, creating content and vlogs for YouTube, or creating your own digital product. These all play into the Pinterest Manager role.
Pinterest is very different from other social media platforms because of the “code under the hood.”
What does that mean?
Facebook and Twitter are pretty much a place to stake your claim, but the content doesn't live on as it does with a search engine such as Google or Pinterest. That's the what I mean by “under the hood.”
People typically use Facebook and Twitter to write a post and tell the world what they’re thinking. You expect interaction. You thrive on interaction. You have conversations and communicate with people.
That’s not Pinterest.
Pinterest is an introverts dream.
You browse photos of whatever you’re interested in, and perhaps you’ll even visit a blog or make a purchase. You don’t really “interact” or have conversations with anyone on Pinterest. This is by design.
Those smart folks at Pinterest use something called Python. It’s a type of code that search engines like Google use. When you type a word or phrase into Google, it returns results that it thinks that you’re looking for.
This works the same way with Pinterest, except Pinterest returns search results in Pictures. (Obviously Google can do that too, but it’s different because the people who are using Pinterest are explicitly expecting to browse legitimate photos of topics they care about and save them for later).
So in comparison to Pinterest, the other social networks show you a post for a few days if you’re lucky, and then it pretty much disappears (unless you go looking for it).
It doesn’t work that way with Pinterest. When your picture (or Pin) is optimized properly, it will live on the platform and have the potential to show up when someone is searching for it for many years. In fact, my best performing pin is actually from 2014!
No way! No freakin' way!
Ohhhh, yes, purely organic, and it's not even a vertical pin!
Pinterest is 100% the best-kept secret in online marketing!
In fact, it’s still the most under-utilized social platform according to a social media survey conducted by Buffer in 2019!
Earning a living by using Pinterest, like everything else in life, is all about the effort you put in.
Pinterest Marketing for Business, for Bloggers, for a Job
I didn’t say it was EASY.
But if you do it right, you can make a comfortable living.
It took some time, but I finally realized that trying to master the nuances of every social media platform wasn’t the way to grow a business. There’s a saying in this industry which you may have heard before: “nîche down to scale up”.
I know what it feels like to “start over” in a career.
You need a break. Some help.
Some solid advice that gets straight to the point.
Because when you’re testing the waters with something new and different, you don’t have thousands of dollars. Heck, you don’t even have hundreds of dollars to spend. Or hours in the day for that matter.
If you’re reading this, you probably already know there’s a lot of bad advice out there. I bought my fair share of ebooks, courses and other digital products from my competitors just to do some market research to see exactly what they were offering.
Most of the “free” advice and even the “cheap” advice is quite vague and unhelpful unless you’ve got an enormous amount of time and energy to invest in weeding through it and doing even more research.
Nobody starts from scratch and has an extra $500 laying around to buy a bunch of courses when you can ask Dr. Google and search for free answers on YouTube.
The problem then becomes time.
Sifting through the garbage advice to get real concrete answers.
Personally, I’d rather spend my time implementing the tactics of a system that has been proven to work instead of using all my free time to try and piece together information on something that might not.
I know what it feels like to need the flexibility to work on your own terms.
I know what it feels like to work for someone who doesn't care about your family.
I also know what it feels like to worry that there might be another over-draft fee if you use your debit card at the grocery store.
I know what it feels like to start over, at the very beginning, and that’s why I’ve got your back.
I didn't drink from the dirty pond that the “bros” drank from, and I know you didn't either.
So if you don't like copying the “bro marketing” tactics either, if you like pretty images and high quality advice, and supporting other women in the never-ending quest for equality…then you're in the right place to learn more about how to use Pinterest to grow your dream!
I know you don’t have a big budget to spend on getting your dream started, and that’s why I created a self-paced online course. It’s perfect for anyone who wants to master the Pinterest platform so that they can either implement their own Pinterest Marketing for their own small business, or, become a Pinterest Manager and offer pinning as a service of their own.
Becoming a Pinterest Manager or specializing as a Pinterest VA is a skill that can help launch your career in a whole new direction.
My goal is to make it affordable for all the women out there who need a break from the daily grind and want to make a change.
If you’re looking for a step-by-step guide to mastering the platform, complete with accompanying worksheets, .pdf downloads, and videos to walk you through implementing a Pinterest Business Plan that is a proven path to creating a successful online business, click here!
Pinterest Management Jobs & Pinterest Training
The platform is gaining a lot of traction and is projected to grow even more in 2020 and beyond. That means that having Pinterest coaching skills is great addition to any social media manager's skill set. Offering a Pinterest audit or Pinterest marketing packages can differentiate you in a way that wasn't possible even a few short years ago.
While we offer an array of Pinterest marketing services for those who can afford to hire a marketing agency and get the nuances of Pinterest off their plate, my commitment is to provide the same quality information (at an affordable price!) for those who have the drive and desire to learn it themselves!
Vogue Media is an approved Pinterest Partner Marketing Agency. That means that I work directly with Pinterest employees to implement best practices for my clients, as well as stay informed about the most current techniques and tactics.
Seriously…I'm not special!
I'm just a regular person who connected the dots, and you can too! So get off the sidelines and be the girl who decided to go for it! I'll be here to cheer you on! Learn more about the Pinterest Training Mini-Course.
Here's how you can Leverage the Power of Pinterest…
When the thought of using Pinterest for business first crossed my mind, I didn’t really believe it would be possible.
But as I scrolled through my feed, I started reading blogs where people were talking about how they made over $10,000 per month (and more) blogging. I remember thinking “that can’t possibly be true!”
Women eventually get to a point in their life where they want (and sometimes desperately need) a more flexible work life.
Whether it’s the need for flexible hours to be more present with your growing family, or the desire to travel and not be tied down by a 9 to 5, we all dream of a balance between career and life.
This blog post is about my personal journey to grow my business using Pinterest
I don't typically like sharing about my own personal journey, but I was encouraged to share the full story because some people I trust believe that YOU can be inspired to create your own empire by reading it! I hope it inspires you!
So lets start at the beginning. I started my first blog while I was pregnant…in 2006. I was absolutely over the corporate stress, and I knew that I was going to need some flexibility.
At first I didn't think the blog would actually be a business, it was just for fun.
I was still looking for a remote job.
The more I searched, the more frustrated and impatient I got. There are a lot of scams out there.
For the love of all things, don't EVER sign up to do surveys!
I don't know why people are still even talking about that junk!
Anyway, I browsed through websites like FlexJobs, Virtual Vocations, Indeed, and even LinkedIn, I just didn’t believe it was going to be possible for me to get a good job and still have the flexibility to work from home.
So I had this blog, but I didn't yet recognize that it could be monetized, and I surely didn't yet recognize that I could gain massive amounts of website visitors and make money by using Pinterest.
Months went by and I didn’t make a dime.
In the meantime, I was doing freelance work and running Facebook ads for others…and literally teaching others how to grow their online business.
But I didn't have the kind of money they did.
Money to spend on paid ads that is.
But I was determined. I knew that Pinterest was different from Facebook.
I finally stopped doing the work for others and started making things work for my own business
Once I decided to focus on my own business, I ended up pulling in a few thousand dollars a month.
It was certainly enough to supplement my husband’s income, so thankfully I didn’t need a full-time 9 to 5, but it still wasn’t generating the tens of thousands that I was hearing about.
I bought a few courses to make sure I wasn't missing anything, but they didn't offer me anything other than completely vague advice.
I knew better.
On two occasions I even emailed a “course creator” after I purchased her course to ask some questions, and would you believe that 2 different people didn't even bother to get back to me?!
I mean seriously.
Now I was even more determined.
After a few more months I decided to really buckle down and get focused. I documented my strategy, interviewed successful business owners, even took a high-ticket, entrepreneural mastermind, and read more books than I ever thought existed about the topic…I finally zero’d in on what actually worked.
In a matter of days, I jumped from making around $200 per day to making over $2,000 per day! The first day, I stared at my real-time analytics and thought it couldn’t be real. Then the next day, and the next. After about 6 months, I knew I had stumbled upon the real methodology. Needless to say, it has completely changed our life.
I just knew I needed to share this experience so that other women could feel this kind of impact too.
It started with my neighbor, then some friends, and finally, women around the world, who all need the flexibility to work on their own terms…just like I did.
I’m giving away the same game-changing insights that I paid well over $7,000 for!
Because I define success as the dreams that you can help other’s achieve, not what’s in my wallet.
I've had students tell me that what I teach in this course is worth far more than I'm charging for it. That's a huge compliment which I definitely appreciate very much, but I just can't raise the price.
I want it to be affordable, yet uncomfortable. What does that mean?
Well if you pay $50 for a course, then you're not really invested in it. You might not take it seriously. But if you spend a few hundred….well then I know you're invested in yourself and in learning as much as you can. I know this from my own experience!
Over many years of the 9 to 5 lifestyle, I experienced way too much “corporate greed” and I wear my heart on my sleeve.
And, I was disgusted at the women who didn't answer my email. I mean…who are these people?
I'll never be that person who doesn't care about the people I inspire.
The bottom line is that I do care.
I care about helping you achieve your goals.
Yes, I need to make a living too, but I don’t believe in ripping you off so that I can live in luxury while you struggle.
That’s why the mini-course is only $40.
I’ve got your back.
Here are a few details, so you can get a glimpse of how the process works:
Part 1. The Story
Telling a story is much more likely to encourage someone to take action because you make a meaningful connection. You can do this through a blog post by writing, or you can do it through video. This is also the foundation of how you can make money using YouTube. If you don’t have a blog yet, don’t worry, the Pinterest Mini-Course starts out by walking you through how to set up your blog or website, step-by-step.
If you want to make money through Pinterest, I highly suggest starting a blog and writing about the products you sell, or the affiliate products you advertise. Otherwise, you’ll just be spinning your wheels. You don't have to be a stellar writer, you just have to connect the dots for your readers.
Part 2. Affiliate Marketing
This can be super confusing if you’ve never heard of affiliate marketing. Most of the “super affiliates” use sleazy tactics and do not share the secrets that you really need to know. This was my biggest pet-peeve when I first started blogging. I absolutely hate “bro marketing” where you get roped into giving up your email address in exchange for a crappy webinar where someone tells you to put away your phone and all distractions and then shows you photos of their expensive car, before launching into a bad power point presentation and an offer to purchase their $900 course at the end. It pisses me off actually, because they never gave you anything of value and expect you to open up your wallet.
Online marketing doesn’t work that way.
At least not successful online marketing.
The best way to use affiliate marketing with Pinterest is to write a blog post about a product and then pin the blog post.
This method generates a lot more clicks and thus, affiliate income, than you would have if you only linked the pin directly to the product itself. Certainly try both, but if you really want to increase passive income using Pinterest, I highly recommend using your blog.
If you have no idea how to get started with a blog, this completely free download (below) will walk you through the process step-by-step.
It was one of the first “free” digital products that I ever created. In fact, I originally put it together for a few friends, because each of them wanted to learn how to get a beautiful blog set up as quickly as possible, but I just didn’t have the capacity to sit down with each of them and walk them through it step by step.
Instead, it led to the creation of this comprehensive guide, where I share everything I learned from spending nearly 14 years in corporate and agency marketing. You can be assured that you’re getting solid information…not just what I learned while creating my own blog. I’ve created websites for literally hundreds of clients.
Enter your email address and you can get started instantly, for free!
If you don’t already have a blog (or if you do but you need some professional advice) here is a glimpse of what’s included in the guide:
1. How to choose your name and topic
2. How to start with the tech (i.e.: WordPress)
3. How to plan your content
4. How to monetize
5. How to increase traffic and ultimately profit
Part 3: Pin Design
Pin design may sound basic, like something you've already heard before. But it's super important. Pinterest is the place to see pretty, feminine pins, but often times people will use a cursive font that is hard to read, or put too much text on their pin design.
If you want to make money on Pinterest you have to use the types of pins that have been proven to generate hundreds of thousands of clicks. In the industry, this is called “click through rate.”
In the mini-course, I go over exactly what a good pin is vs a bad pin.
I teach what I've learned both by marketing my own Pins on Pinterest, as well as what I learned about color and typography after spending 14 years in corporate marketing.
Literally, I know of people who made only $100 with their pin design, and then after a few adjustments, the next day made $1,800. And it was all due to changing what her pin looked like.
Part 4: Pinterest Specific SEO
Don’t let those three letters “SEO” scare you. This is just a fancy way to describe how to choose the right words to write your Pinterest Boards and Pin Descriptions. This is a critical piece of the puzzle.
When I first started using Pinterest, I labeled my boards like this:
But the reality is, having boards like that will not bring in the big bucks. It’s important to have that right kind of board titles and descriptions to generate the right kind of traffic to your blog.
In the mini-course, I provide a series of videos that literally walk you through the process of how exactly to choose the right SEO words to use for your Pinterest board names and descriptions so that you can generate more profit and more traffic.
Listen I’m not a self-proclaimed guru who has some special talent that you don’t have.
I am just a regular person who didn’t give up, even when my husband thought it sounded crazy when I told him I was going to create a business using Pinterest.
You can do this too!
Thanks for reading and I hope you’ll give the mini-course a try! It’s jam packed with everything you need, including links to video tutorials and downloadable worksheets.
Limited Time: Private Coaching Group
So here's the deal, last year I started a free Facebook group, but at the time, I hadn’t yet created my “mini-course” and I wasn’t even sure what I was going to use the group for. I just knew that I wanted to connect with other bloggers, business owners, and online entrepreneurs in a safe and “spam free” environment.
My plan for the future of the groups is this: right now, it is free and open to join, but once I complete the full online course, I’ll only be inviting course members to the group because I already know I won’t be able to keep up with two groups. Between my clients and the sheer number of emails I answer in a day, I know I will have to make a choice. It’s a great time to jump in now (while it's still free!) if you’re interested.
Inside the group, you’ll find a safe place to ask questions, get encouragement, share your dreams and your business with other women, potentially get clients, participate in the share threads and connect and collaborate with other bloggers, social media influencers, and online entrepreneurs.