When it comes to showcasing your Pinterest pins, of course, you want your blog readers to be able to quickly find you and follow you, right? Well, I recently wanted to add my Pinterest profile to the front of my blogs page so that my readers can do just that, but what I didn’t understand […] Read more…
Pinterest-tips are something I am slowly incorporating here on my blog. There are over 322 million monthly active users worldwide. There are more women than men that use Pinterest but that doesn’t mean that men don’t see the value in this mega platform. Some really do find the value especially if they have a product-based business or maybe even looking for the occasional DIY approach to building something in the backyard.
The visual aspect of the platform alone is enticing because let’s be real here, seeing is believing right?
I personally love the Pinterest platform to search out new and unique DIY ideas as well as for my business. You can also find a boatload of Pinterest-tips just using the search feature and for anything else that you can think of.
Everyone from small retail businesses to major websites uses it to promote their content. The idea is to get products in front of new eyes to increase exposure. … What’s more, the pins that you create usually point back to the brand’s own website, increasing traffic as well as eventual sales.
I started off using the platform to get familiar with how it could work for me as well as how to create stunning pins. While learning I started to notice patterns, styles, colors, keywords, and even how pins can be duplicated.
These things were very important to understand not only for me but for anyone else that I wanted to work with as a Pinterest strategist and help get their business traffic that real people are searching for.
Some of these Pinterest -tips are learned lessons, discoveries, and or facts about the best ways to succeed.