Pinterest’s referral traffic is known for being top quality. Studies show leads coming via Pinterest tend to spend more money. In fact, buyers coming from Pinterest are 10% more likely to buy according to online store builder Shopify. Business owners are doing their homework and doing the best they can to utilize this new platform. However, Pinterest brings unique challenges that can lead to frustration for newcomers.
February is a very special month around here; it was exactly 2 years ago that Oh So Pinteresting was launched! I’ve had a great time creating videos, podcast episodes and articles to help you learn how to use Pinterest for business marketing.
The past 2 years have been full of wonderful experiences and the best ones include meeting and working with people from all around the world. Some of them have even honored me by inviting me on to their podcasts or to publish a guest post on their blog.
It easy to get stuck in routines in life isn’t it? Going to the same places, eating the same foods, etc…. We can even find ourselves in boring routines when it comes to our Pinterest … Continue reading 4 Easy Ways To Keep Your Pinterest Account Fresh
The year might be winding to an end but smart business owners are always looking ahead. 2013 was an amazing year for businesses using Pinterest as a part of their social media marketing.
Pinterest product rich pins can help you keep in touch with potential customers. Hear how one small business is using them to increase online sales.
Pinterest rich pins bring more information and branding to your pins but can be complicated to do. A WordPress plugin is now available to make the whole process easy.
People frequently ask what images really need to be successful on Pinterest. They ask questions such as what size images need be, what colors should be used and if text is necessary. While there isn’t a one-size fits all answer, there are some general best practices.