The cold hard truth about what it really takes to succeed on Pinterest.
The third installment of the four-part Summer Super Fun Digital Marketing Spectacular with Ian Anderson Gray! We take a look at tips and tools for content marketing planning, inspiration and promotion.
Content marketing is a phrase that gets thrown around a lot. But what exactly is it? Does your business really need it?
Welcome to the second installment of my four-part Summer Super Fun digital marketing Spectacular. Last week we talked about what businesses should know about websites, this week we’re going to take a look at the content marketing side of things.
Welcome to the first episode of the Summer Super Fun Digital Marketing Series! Pinterest can’s work for a business all on it’s own. I’ve invited Ian Anderson Gray to join me on the next four episodes of the podcast to really dig into digital marketing to give you a great foundation for your Pinterest marketing. In this first episode we’re going to start off by discussing what businesses need to know about websites.
My friend Ralph Rivera and his wife Carol Lynn have seen that Pinterest brings a significant amount of traffic to their website but hadn’t been able to incorporate it into their marketing system, until now. With systems, tools and Pinterest automation they are now strategically growing their Pinterest account and bringing even more traffic to their website.
The Internet has been making a gradual shift away from text and towards images for decades. Since the rise of social media and especially since Pinterest came on the scene, the shift has gained some serious momentum. In just the past few years we’ve seen that it now takes more than a well written article or social media post to get attention in the crowded online space. Now, you need to include great images for your marketing efforts to even stand a chance.
If you’re looking for a tool that will help you save time and have a more strategic approach to your Pinterest marketing help is here. Pinterest created the Marketing Developers Program in which only a few select companies have been invited to participate in. The companies involved in the program have access to Pinterest’s API to build tools that will help businesses grow their presence on Pinterest.