Must Do’s for Bloggers: Pinterest Embeds

Must Do's for Bloggers: Pinterest Embeds

We’re wrapping up the 4 Must Do’s for Bloggers to help make your blog posts more Pinterest friendly and thereby get more out of Pinterest!

We’ve already talked about:

Today we’re going to talk about a few more ways to integrate Pinterest with your individual blog posts.

Like we talked about previously, your pinnable images should always have ALT TEXT. Whatever you type into the alt text area for your image embed will get pulled into the description area of the pin whenever you or someone else pins directly from your blog post.

Once you’ve created a pin from your blog post, you can insert the PIN itself into your blog post to entice people to click and share it. You can ALSO embed whole board previews and even your profile!

This does involve using a line or two of code, but don’t panic! Pinterest makes this super easy with their Widget Builder.

NOTE: If you are a wordpress.COM user (not .org) you can skip these instructions and scroll to the bottom of this post for your embed steps).

To do this visit the Widget Builder and follow these steps:

  1. Choose pin, board, or profile – whichever you are trying to embed.
  2. Open Pinterest in a separate tab and copy the appropriate URL of your pin, board, or profile.
  3. Choose a Size/Location from the drop-down box (i.e.small, square, sidebar, etc.)
  4. For PINS, check mark whether you want the pin description to show up in your embed or not.
  5. Copy the code in the first box.
  6. Go back to your blog/page and switch to HTML (text) view.
  7. Paste it into your blog post/page where you want the embed to show up.
  8. Go back to the Widget Builder and copy the second box’s code (pinit.js code)
  9. Return to your HTML view and scroll all the way to the end of your text. You are looking for the part that reads </Body>.
  10. Place your cursor just before the < (NO SPACES!) and hit paste.
  11. Save/Update your post/page.

Be sure to view your post/page to make sure the code isn’t broken and that your embed shows up.  If it shows up as text, something went wrong somewhere and you need to try again, being sure to paste the code lines into your post while under HTML (code or text) view.

Once you’ve successfully embedded your code, people can now interact with your pin, board, or profile directly from your blog! Cool huh?

I recommend adding at least one type of Pinterest embed per blog post. (You can see mine at the bottom of this post!)

If you happen to be a WordPress.COM user (not .org), you can simply paste the URL of your pin, board, or profile into the body text of your post wherever you want it to show up. No need to go copying codes or anything 🙂

Happy Pinning!-2

Must DO’s for Bloggers: Rich Pins

 

Must Do's for Bloggers: Setting Up Rich Pins

“Rich Pins”, you’ve probably heard the term. But what are they exactly? Why are they good to use? And how do you use them?

GREAT questions! And not at all uncommon ones. So let’s discuss!

First, what are rich pins?

Rich pins are like regular pins, they have an image, a caption, and a redirect link. BUT rich pins also have a little bit of metadata attached to them, kind of like a permanent “stamp”, that gives the pinner a bit more information about the content the pin links to. This information can not be deleted by anyone who re-pins the pin.

Types of Rich Pins include Articles, Products, Recipes, and Apps.

You’ve probably seen them floating around Pinterest. If you’ve ever seen a pin with bold text, a price, or recipe ingredients at the bottom – THAT’S a Rich Pin!

Why are they good to use?

Rich Pins provide pinners with a little more detailed information about what the pin is linking to. So it’s good for casual Pinterest users when they are looking for something that matters to them. Descriptions can be deleted or changed. Not all pin images contain text to tell you about the pin content. Rich Pins provides a way to learn more about the pin while looking at it on Pinterest.

For business users, Rich Pins help boost your SEO and create a permanent bit of info on your pin that can’t be removed by anyone else (i.e. spammers). The pin will always reflect YOUR information.

So, how do we get to use them?

Every website platform has a different way you can enable Rich Pins for your content.

On Etsy, when you pin directly from a product listing the resulting pin is a Rich Pin by default.

If you are on Shopify, Pinterest provides these instructions to enable Rich Pins:

  1. Go to a specific product URL on your Shopify site  (this is a page that has a “Buy” or “add to bag” button)
  2. Copy and paste this product URL into the Rich Pin validator and type .oembed to the end of your product URL
  3. Click Validate
  4. After the preview appears, click Apply. You only need to apply with a single product URL from your website
  5. You will see your product Pins become Rich in 24 hours


If you are on WordPress, the easiest way is to install the 
YOAST SEO plugin. Then follow their instructions here.

For Squarespace Users, you simply need to validate one page/blog post with the Rich Pin Validator. Visit a page on your website that includes a pinnable image, highlight and copy the URL, then paste it into the validator.

For other stand alone websites, you can try to simply verify a page using the Rich Pin Validator to see if your platform automatically supports Rich Pins.

If that doesn’t work, you can enable Rich Pins using an actual block of code that you will need to edit and embed on your website. This is tricky if you aren’t familiar or used to working with code. You can find instructions HERE. But I highly recommend you don’t DIY this if you don’t know the first thing about coding – find someone to help you if you MUST resort to using the code method. You can always try searching on Google for your website platform name and “rich pins” to see if there are any special instructions to easily enable them.


One last thing! It’s super important to understand WHAT shows up as the “rich text” on your pins!

Article Pins (blog posts are article pins) include the title/headline, author/site, and story description.

Product Pins include the item price, availability, and where you can buy it.

Recipe Pins include the recipe name, ingredients, cooking times, serving information, and can even include ratings for that recipe.

Make sure, as a blogger, that you are ALWAYS adding a title to your posts (ideally one that has SEO in mind) and meta tags to your images! These are the two most important part of SEO that transfer to your Pinterest Pins!

And, obviously, if you don’t have Rich Pins enabled already, go do it now! 🙂

Happy Pinning!-2

Board Booster BOSS is here!

Board Booster BOSS Course is here! Increase your traffic and take your Pinterest Marketing to the next level!

You all, I am super excited, like JUADC (jumping up and down clapping) excited!

After spending hours and weeks crafting the perfect e-course on how to automate your Pinterest marketing strategy, Board Booster BOSS launched OFFICIALLY yesterday!! We’ve been having a party all week in my Facebook Group to celebrate!

(It might *also* have been my birthday yesterday, and I *might* have celebrated with chocolate chip cookie dough and street tacos. Though not at the same time.)

We played games and gave away 5 copies of the brand new Pinterest Planner (grab it here), and THREE Scholarships into the Board Booster BOSS course!


If you missed it, I’m really sorry. It was a fun time!

“But what is this Board Booster BOSS course anyway?”

I am SO glad you asked!

Board Booster BOSS is a 7-part webinar series that walks you through, step by step, click by click, the EXACT method, and strategy I use to set up and run Board Booster for my clients.

In it I’m teaching you:

  • How to register an account and connect your Pinterest profile
  • How to use Board Booster’s scheduling feature to put pinning on auto-pilot and spend just 1 hour on Pinterest each week.
  • How to automate pinning your content to all of your group boards with 1 pin.
  • How to set up Looping to recycle your old repinned content for new followers (this will save you HOURS!)
  • How to set up a campaign to automatically recycle your original content on all of your group boards
  • How to determine the best times to pin, per board
  • How to identify your top performing boards and group boards
  • How to use Board Booster’s extra features to clean up boards with duplicate pins, easily split boards, and identify broken pin links.

Each module features a short click-by-click video to guide you, so you’ll KNOW you’ve set it up right. With each video, you also get a transcript and an easy to follow checklist to download!

PLUS! There are additional resources like:

  • How to Plan Your Pinning Strategy (PDF)
  • How to Use the Chain Search Method for Group Boards (Video) – this is SO powerful!
  • Pinterest Tracker Spreadsheet Demo (Video)
  • Pinterest Tracker Spreadsheet (PDF)

I have gotten really great feedback from my beta testing students and I’m confident that if you’ve been struggling to make Pinterest work for you, and NOT spend hundreds of hours doing so, that this course will help you! This is the EXACT strategy and methods I use with my clients every day and they have seen amazing success on Pinterest.

One event blogger gained nearly 2K followers in 90 days and a business coach upleveled her audience from 4K to over 11K in the same amount of time! Each of them are now seeing increased traffic referrals to their website from Pinterest!

Board Booster B.O.S.S. is for you if:

  • You’ve signed up for Board Booster but are overwhelmed by all the options. Where do you start? What’s the difference between “random campaigns” and “scheduled campaigns”? Take a deep breath, I’ll walk you through it.
  • You’re a social media strategist or VA who handles Pinterest for clients and you’d like to shortcut your learning curve
  • You’d just like the quickest path to success with Pinterest! You’re tired of looking at your Pinterest analytics and seeing….nothing….  

 

The best part? You can preview it for FREE! Then, if you enroll in the full course before August 15th, you’ll automatically save $50!

 

Wanna check it out? Visit: the Blue Fairy Learning Lab!

 

Happy Pinning!-2

Must Do’s for Bloggers: Pinnable Images

Must Do's for Bloggers: Make Pinnable Images

If you want to share your blog content on Pinterest you need one really important thing… something to pin!

You MUST have a photo or graphic image in your blog post in order for your post to be pinned. If you don’t, and someone tries to pin your post from say a Pinterest browser extension, they’ll just get some ugly gray or moss green square with your blog post title in white letters. And that is not at all enticing people to visit your site.

 

What you need are “pinnable images”!

 

While, yes, any photo or graphic image can physically be pinned, that doesn’t mean they are ideal for pinning.

So what makes a good “pinnable image”?


Vertical aspect ratio:

Meaning taller than it is wide. A good minimum size is 735×1102. I often use 800×1200. You can even make them LONGER and do 800×4000 if you want! Longer pins are good for things like infographics, collages, step-by-step instructional pins, etc.


Good photo editing:

Meaning that you’ve balanced your brightness, contrast, white balance, etc. Photos that include good lighting. Words you want to be able to associate with your pin images include bright, airy, and clean.

Use eye-catching images and colors:

Pinks, reds, oranges, and corals tend to grab the eye more than cooler colors do and pins including these colors statistically perform better on Pinterest. That does NOT mean you can never use blues or greens, they’ll perform just fine too. Just pins with warmer colors tend to perform even better.

Minimal Text:

Don’t overwhelm viewers with walls of text on your pins. Text overlay is fine and it’s good to put your blog post title on your pins. But practice good design and strive for a balance between imagery and text – with a slight preference for imagery.

Minimal “blank” background:

You see this more with product pins. Something stuck in the middle of an all white or all neutral-colored background. Don’t do this! Again strive for eye catching, eye pleasing photos and graphics. It’s okay to have SOME negative space/white space – use those spaces for text overlay – but if more than 50% of your pin is negative space, it’s probably not going to perform as well as it could.

Create a cohesive look:

Use a few templates and rotate through them. That way all of your pins collectively create a “branded” look and feel. You can easily recognize content from certain pinners when all of their pins fit a color and style theme. This helps you stand out, gain visibility, and create brand awareness.

Use a few templates and rotate through them. That way all of your pins collectively create a “branded” look and feel. You can easily recognize content from certain pinners when all of their pins fit a color and style theme. This helps you stand out, gain visibility, and create brand awareness.

Overall, remember that people on Pinterest are scrolling through hundreds of pins. Yours need to pop! Don’t let your pins get bypassed by creating horizontal/short, grayed out, and uninteresting pins!

If you’re not sure how to create these “pinnable” images/graphics, check out Canva.com. They even have a free “design school” to help you learn the basics of layouts, color usage, etc.

Or, you can mark this off your “to do” list and hire me to do pin design for you. 😉

Whatever you do, DON’T skip or skimp on the visuals! You’re taking enough time to blog, take the extra time to make your content shine with good visuals than will get repinned over and over!

Don’t forget to sign up for the FREE Resource Library HERE

Have Pinterest Questions? Join my private Facebook Group- Pinterest Mastermind Community- HERE

Happy Pinning!-2

Must Do’s for Bloggers: Verify your Business Account

Must Do's for Bloggers- Verify Your Business Account

Must Do’s for Bloggers: Verify your Pinterest for Business Account

The very first thing you should do when deciding to use Pinterest to market your blog content is to register for (or convert to) a Pinterest for Business account. Having a business account is free and enables lots of cool features, like analytics, rich pin capabilities, promoted pins, and more!

You can register for a business account here: https://business.pinterest.com/en

 

To convert an existing account:

  1. Log into Pinterest
  2. Click on your profile and view it in “boards” view
  3. Click the cog by your name for settings
  4. Select “convert to business account”.

The very next thing you should do is to verify your blog/website with your Pinterest account. This enables you to see impressions of pins from, repins from, and clicks to your blog content.

How you do this is going to depend on your platform. Here’s how you can do this for WordPress and Squarespace sites.


For WordPress.com users, verification is easy!

  1. Log in to your dashboard and head over to Tools.
  2. Click “available tools” and scroll down until you see the “site verification” settings.
  3. Open Pinterest in a new window and click into Analytics Overview.
  4. Click “verify website”.
  5. Copy the entire code in the pop-up box.
  6. Click over to your WordPress tab and paste this code in the Pinterest verification text field and save.
  7. Click back to Pinterest and click “finish”.

It might take a little time to verify, but sometimes it’s instant. If it hasn’t been verified in a day or two, try again. If it still hasn’t verified, you’ll need to contact the help desk.

You can see screenshots and instructions HERE.

 

For WordPress.org users, you may need to use a plugin. Pinterest Verify plugin should make this easier for you. But, you can also follow the instructions here: 

 

For Squarespace users, Squarespace gives these instructions:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Settings.
  2. Click Connected Accounts.
  3. Click Connect Account.
  4. Select Pinterest from the Social Accounts menu.
  5. Log in using your Pinterest username and password.
  6. Click Allow to authorize the connection between Pinterest and your site. We’ll never post anything to Pinterest without your permission–this authorization adds an option to create a new pin when you publish new content.

If you’re on Shopify, Weebly, Wix, or a host of other platforms, check out this page for your site specific instructions.

 

 

Pinterest Analytics Tracker

Pinterest Analytics Tracker

Let’s just say today is Christmas and I’m Santa because you’re going to love your gift today! As you know I’m a Pinterest Strategist. That’s just a fancy way of saying I work with people & business every day to help them leverage Pinterest as the powerful marketing platform it is. It’s one of the most incredible things I’ve ever done!

Part of what I offer my clients is weekly stats. I track their analytics and send them weekly reports so they can see just how amazing Pinterest is when you use it correctly!

This week I’m celebrating some tremendous success for my clients and my way of sharing the confetti is to offer you one of my most prized tools!

I’m making available to you the exact Pinterest Analytics Tracker I use for all of my client’s stats and growth trends.

If you are looking for a thorough way to keep up with how well Pinterest is working for you then follow the link and download it today!

Just to share the love I’ve made a demo video to make it easier to use!

Don’t forget to sign up for the FREE Resource Library HERE

Have Pinterest Questions? Join my private Facebook Group- Pinterest Mastermind Community- HERE

Happy Pinning!-2

Pinterest Case Studies Episode 3

Pinterest Case Study- Karrie Marie VA

In my private Facebook Group, I launched a fun new project: Pinterest Case Studies! I offered to do a free quick review of Pinterest for one follower a month as a chance for everyone to get my top 3 suggestions for sprucing up their Pinterest and taking it to the next level. This is round three and this week we are looking at a service provider- Karrie Marie Virtual Assitant.

Most people assume Pinterest is a tool for bloggers and makers, but not so. Pinterest is a fantastic tool for VA’s, Social Media Managers, and other service providers. I highly recommend utilizing Pinterest to grow your following.

As far as this account I have to mention something that stands out immediately. The bio for this account is fantastic! It is rich with keywords, has a link to her website, a beautiful photo, and a call to action. She has fully taken advantage of her SEO opportunity within her bio.

OKAY, NOW FOR MY TOP 3 SUGGESTIONS. THIS IS WHERE WE DIG INTO WHAT’S REALLY GOING ON AND MAKE A FEW ADJUSTMENTS.

Board Covers

Having consistent Board Covers are great for creating a cohesive and visually appealing look for your Pinterest Account. Karrie took a nice approach and made custom board covers that match her branding. If you choose to do this be sure you are using a few different brand specific colors in order to make boards pop, stand out, and not get lost among all of the other boards. In Karrie’s case, she chose 3 brand specific colors.

However, you don’t have to make custom board covers. If you choose not to just be sure to choose covers that are similar and make your Pinterest look uniform and intentional.

BONUS TIP: Keep Group Boards at the bottom of the page. This helps keep your account neat and tidy and makes it easier to locate group boards.

Board Titles

I can’t stress enough how important SEO is with Pinterest. Becuase this platform is a search engine, how you optimize your descriptions, titles, and content can make all the difference in how well your Pinterest Marketing goes.

When writing your board titles, be specific. If you are wanting to provide “Twitter Tips” use that as your board title, don’t just use a one-word title (i.e. Twitter). Capitalizing on each opportunity for SEO is so important.

Also, be sure your board titles and your board covers match. This helps keep things consistent.

Use Brand Specific/ Niche Specific Boards

We all use Pinterest for various things- crafts, home decor, gift ideas, etc. If, however, you are pinning things that don’t match your brand my recommendation is to simply make those boards private. This will help your viewers and followers have a more directed and productive interaction with your account.

Just a few simple tweaks to your Pinterest account can do incredible things for you when it comes to growing your business awareness and customer base. Don’t forget to be consistently active with pinning every day to highlight to your audience that not only do you provide quality content but you provide it regularly.

 

I can’t wait to hear how these tips help you!
Be sure to check out the video for this case study HERE!
Want to be featured in a case study? Follow this LINK and sign up!

Happy Pinning!-2

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Best Type of Content to Pin: Beauty & Fashion

Best Content to Pin: Beauty and Fashion niche

You’ve got style, you’ve got class. You’re… a Beauty & Fashion Blogger! Goodness, how my mom-life appreciates you and your gift to the world. You offer tips, advice, and perfectly styled photos that take the guess work out of trying to figure out how to pull myself together. You are the real MVP!

To show my utmost appreciation for you I thought I’d offer a bit of strategy to help boost your Pinterest Marketing. After all, the world needs what you do- or we’d all just be walking around in messy buns and yoga pants wondering where our sense of fashion is hiding. So, today we are going to be looking at the BEST content to pin for the Beauty and Fashion niche.

But first, let’s talk some of the basic essentials for making sure your Pinterest is getting the reach it needs.

HERE ARE SOME PRACTICAL TIPS TO REMEMBER THAT WILL MAKE PINTEREST WORK FOR YOU:

  • SEO, SEO, SEO! I can’t say enough about Search Engine Optimization. Pinterest is a search engine so don’t be skimpy with the keywords you use in your board titles, descriptions, etc. Bring people in with great search terms- board titles can make all the difference.
  • If you are running out of content do a keyword search within Pinterest and look through different boards instead of pins. This will bring up pins that don’t always show up in your Smartfeed or typical search results. Only so many pins can show up at the top so this is a great way to find new content. My recommendation is to follow some of these boards. You’ll be glad you did when it’s time to find new content. Following people within your industry will save you so much time!
  • When brainstorming SEO friendly board names or descriptions for your boards I will always recommend searching right there within Pinterest. You will be able to see popular searches and learn what’s working (and what’s not) from other accounts.
  • Take advantage of free help when it’s offered. Be sure to get access to my resource library!

NOW, on to the good stuff!

HERE IS THE LIST OF BASELINE BOARD IDEAS FOR Beauty & Fashion Bloggers:

 

  1. Makeup Tips & Tutorials
  2. Makeup Inspiration
  3. Pantone’s Colors of the Year
  4. Skincare Tips
  5. DIY Bath and Beauty Products
  6. Summer/Fall/Winter/Spring Fashion (1 board for each season, rotate)
  7. Wedding Fashion/Makeup/Hair
  8. Hairstyle Inspiration
  9. Hair Color Inspiration
  10. Tattoo & Piercing Inspiration
  11. Style Collections (Boho, Street, Business, etc.)
  12. Handbags and Fashion Accessories
  13. Nail Art & Manis
  14. Color Collections
  15. Shoes, Boots, & Heels

Accounts to Follow:

  1. Orglamix
  2. Suzi | Cruelty-Free Kitty
  3. Hello Glow
  4. Who What Wear
  5. Fashion Gone Rogue
  6. Sephora
  7. Nordstrom
  8. Pantone Color

 

By now, you already know how amazing Pinterest is for your business/brand. Within this powerful tool is the ability to grow your visibility and get such a specialized reach that lands you right onto the screens of your ideal viewers. I’ve seen how Pinterest has changed everything for my clients- I can’t wait to hear how it grows your business as well!

Don’t forget to sign up for the FREE Resource Library HERE

Have Pinterest Questions? Join my private Facebook Group- Pinterest Mastermind Community- HERE

Happy Pinning!-2

BFS Pinterest Planner

Pinterest Pin Planner

Organization is a powerful tool. So is Pinterest. Imagine what the possibilities are when the organization of a planner and the marketing strategy of Pinterest get together. That’s a powerful combo!

So, consider this Wednesday a day for the BEST Pinterest news ever! I’m preparing to release an incredible resource that is sure to help you maximize the power of Pinterest and maintain your growth momentum in the process. Are you ready to hear what I’ve done?? Good, I’ll tell you!

I am wrapping up the development of an EPIC Pinterest Planner! That’s right- this planner helps you strategize your schedule for Pinterest in a streamlined and SEO & growth strategy-friendly way!

Check out some of the awesome things that will be included!

  • Noting Target Market Details
  • Tracking Weekly Stats (because who doesn’t want to keep up with growth trends?!)
  • Brainstorming new board ideas by season, holiday, and month
  • Keeping track of group boards. This is going to be great for recognizing the best places to share your content.
  • BONUS sheet for Tailwind to keep track of tribes (#TailwindTribesForTheWin)
  • Goal planning & strategy
  • Pinning Schedule
  • SEO Worksheets
  • BONUS Special Board Booster Edition

 

I’m doing cartwheels I’m so excited for this planner to come out! Can you handle how great this is?? And, BONUS, it’s going to look so great! You’re going to absolutely LOVE this planner!

If you want first dibs (and a discount!), get on my newsletter list HERE! (You’ll also get access to the Free Resource Library this way, where there is a sneak peek page right out of the planner plus other awesome goodies!)

Otherwise, keep your eyes on the blog to find out when and how to get your copy! Until then…

Happy Pinning!-2

 

Best Content to Pin: B2B & Blogging

Best Content to Pin: B2B & Blogging

Running a successful business is our dream, right? We want to one day have the type of system that easily attracts our ideal clients without having to spend hours sending out proposals, seeking in Facebook Groups, etc. The best way to make the process of turning viewers into clients, buyers, or long time readers is simple- good marketing.

Pinterest is an incredible tool for gaining traffic from ideal clients. Creating boards, following accounts, and posting quality pins is the ticket to seeing the right people making it to your website.

But, what do we pin? I’m so glad you asked! Being that I run an online based business (and work with incredible people who do the same) I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t when it comes to filling up your boards. So, like any good Pinterest Savvy friend would do I’m sharing some of my suggestions for the best types of content to pin for a Business & Blogging focused account.

But first, let’s talk some of the practicals for making sure your Pinterest is getting the reach it needs.

HERE ARE SOME PRACTICAL TIPS TO REMEMBER THAT WILL MAKE PINTEREST WORK FOR YOU:

  • SEO, SEO, SEO! I can’t say enough about Search Engine Optimization. Pinterest is a search engine so don’t be skimpy with the keywords you use in your board titles, descriptions, etc. Bring people in with great search terms- board titles can make all the difference.
  • If you are running out of content do a keyword search within Pinterest and look through different boards instead of pins. This will bring up pins that don’t always show up in your Smartfeed or typical search results. Only so many pins can show up at the top so this is a great way to find new content. My recommendation is to follow some of these boards. You’ll be glad you did when it’s time to find new content. Following people within your industry will save you so much time!
  • When brainstorming SEO friendly board names or descriptions for your boards I will always recommend searching right there within Pinterest. You will be able to see popular searches and learn what’s working (and what’s not) from other accounts.
  • Take advantage of free help when it’s offered. Be sure to get access to my resource library!

NOW TO THE FUN STUFF!

HERE IS THE LIST OF BASELINE BOARD IDEAS FOR B2B & Bloggers:

Baseline Boards to Have:

  1. Entrepreneur Business Tips
  2. Business Finances / Bookkeeping
  3. Business Legal Advice
  4. Business Branding Tips
  5. Social Media Marketing
  6. Email Marketing / Newsletters
  7. Video Marketing
  8. Freelancing Tips
  9. Blog Ideas and Tips
  10. Graphic Design Tutorials
  11. Productivity & Time Management
  12. Web Design / WordPress Tips
  13. eCommerce Tips / Sales Tips
  14. Client Relations & Onboarding
  15. Public Relations / Public Speaking

Accounts to Follow for Content:

I absolutely love Pinterest for what I’ve seen it do for my clients! I’m positive these tips will help you see more traffic and get seen by the right people! If you are unsure if your account is where it needs to be you should sign up for a FREE Case Study and I’ll offer some tips to help you boost your account!

Don’t forget to sign up for the FREE Resource Library HERE

Have Pinterest Questions? Join my private Facebook Group- Pinterest Mastermind Community- HERE