The Evolution Episode OSP: Episode 050

Hello and welcome to episode 50 of the Oh So Pinteresting podcast! To celebrate this milestone, things are changed up a bit and this time, I’m in the hot-seat.

Chief Technology Officer of Oh So Pinteresting AKA my husband Rob, interviews me about the evolution of the business and about the evolution of Pinterest over the past 2 years.

The Evolution Episode

Rob made his first appearance on the podcast way back on episode 1. Since the podcast began a lot has changed around here. I’ve begun speaking about Pinterest all around the country and I’ve launched the Pinterest for Business Workshop and I’ve had the pleasure and the privilege to meet and work with people from all around the world. He’s been there to support me every step of the way.

Team Oh So Pinteresting having a Great time at NMX

Team Oh So Pinteresting having a great time at New Media Expo

In this episode

  • The toughest part of launching the Oh So Pinteresting blog and podcast
  • Where I find guests for the show
  • How things have changed for Pinterest and Oh So Pinteresting
  • How big brands have jumped on the Pinterest bandwagon and what has and hasn’t worked
  • This week’s Pinterest tip of the week


Links mentioned:

Pinterest tag in Target stores social media marketing in real life

I like Nordstrom but tend to shop more at Target

Pinterest for Business Workshop

Danielle from Snout School brings Pinterest offline

Pinterest in Nordstrom stores

Tailwind Pinterest analytics app

Phil Derksen’s Pinterest WordPress plugins


Connect with Rob:

On Pinterest

On Twitter @robsanchez


I couldn’t be happier that my husband is joining me in this adventure. But, none of this could happen without your support. Thank you for making this adventure possible for us!

Big changes are in store for Oh So Pinteresting in the coming months. My goal is to make this the most helpful blog and podcast for people wanting to learn how to use Pinterest for their businesses. With that said, it would be really helpful for me to know what are your biggest challenges and obstacles when it comes to using or managing a Pinterest business account? Please feel free to send me a message at ohsopinteresting(at) or leave a comment below. Thanks!

About ohsopinteresting

Cynthia Sanchez is a Pinterest marketing consultant and expert. Cynthia created, one of the early leaders in Pinterest education for businesses. Contact Cynthia on LinkedIn:

  • Lucrecer

    Cynthia, congratulations on 50 podcasts! I so wish we had a chance to meet at Blissdom last year. It has been awesome watching all of your success. Also, Rob did an awesome job interviewing. Bring his back before episode 100!

  • Brandon Byers

    Great show and congratulations on episode 50. Enjoyed hearing you too Rob. Maybe you can talk her into letting you come back some more shows.
    Have a great day,

    • Cynthia Sanchez

      Hi Brandon, thanks so much! Rob will definitely be back 🙂

  • Angie Sivori

    Congrats on your 50th! I’ve listened to all of them! Rob made me smile to hear him talk about how proud he is of you. So glad the two of you can enjoy this adventure together 🙂 I enjoyed meeting you both at NMX.

    • Cynthia Sanchez

      Thanks Angie! It has been a fun year with the podcast. Great meeting you too!

  • Ken Burgin

    Great episode – I love learning about the creative process and how things grow and change. You’ve inspired me for my own 50th episode coming up soon – I will be the interviewee!

    • Cynthia Sanchez

      Thanks Ken, I can’t wait to hear your 50th!

  • Madeline

    Hello Cynthia,

    Can you send me the link of the study that Cheryl did for Facebook and Pinterest. Thank You 🙂

  • Kim Vij

    Congrats on 50 Episodes Cynthia! Love how Rob jumped in on the fun with you in this episode. I imagine he’s learned so much along the road with you too. Looking forward to seeing you continue on your road of success!

    • Cynthia Sanchez

      Thank you Kim for being a part of the first 50 episodes! Rob is definitely getting the podcasting bug 😉