Pinterest is a pretty simple and straightforward platform: there are boards, there are pins, and you pin those pins to those boards, according to their relevancy. That’s why Pinterest is a pretty spectacular way to connect with people who have the same interests as you—whether that be do-it-yourself crafts, fashion, baking, or even all three at the same time.
But did you know that Pinterest is also the most successful social media platform at translating users to purchasers?
Doesn’t that sound kind of appealing? We hope so! Because the 10th ekit in the Blogger Building Blocks monthly series, Pinterest Marketing for Bloggers, is all about turning your Pinterest presence (or current lack thereof) into a functional marketing plan for your blog and brand.
Back in October—with the help of our wonderful intern, Danielle—we launched our revitalized Pinterest strategy to test out all sorts of ideas for this particular ekit. Our goal for 2016 is to make Pinterest our #1 social media hub (surpassing its current status as #2!), and we’re inviting you along for the ride.
Here’s what you can expect:
- A step-by-step tutorial on setting up Pinterest for optimal marketing potential.
- A calendar to guide you on your journey.
- 21 ideas for effective Pinterest marketing.
- A worksheet to cement whether or not Pinterest marketing will be helpful for you
- Plus a checklist and resource list to set you on your way!
Ready to turn your social media into an invaluable source of income? Then pick up your copy of Pinterest Marketing for Bloggers now through our member’s login—or, if you haven’t already, sign up today!
And stay tuned! We’ll be hosting some pretty cool events on Pinterest soon if all goes as planned. 😉
Do you use Pinterest to market your blog? Share some of your strategies with us below.