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.
Blogger and graphic designer, Dustin Stout, wasn’t seeing much traffic coming to his blog from Pinterest. He figured that his audience just wasn’t using Pinterest. Things have certainly changed, He’s now getting more Pinterest traffic than ever before.
Looking for traffic from Pinterest? After making a few adjustments, personal finance blogger Bob Lotich now gets over 500 thousand monthly visits.
If your business or blog happens to fit in one of the popular categories on Pinterest such as fashion, DIY or food you might think that success will be easy and you don’t need to bother with Pinterest strategies. Sometimes you have to be even more strategic to stand out from the crowd. See what one blogger did to help her pins get attention.
To bring a manly perspective to Oh So Pinteresting, I’ve invited the manliest pinner of all, Jeff Sieh to join me on this week’s edition of the podcast. Jeff is the host of the Manly Pinterest Tips show where he and his guests add a masculine twist to Pinterest and social media marketing.
If fake Pinterest accounts weren’t bad enough, how about Pinterest impostors? Hear about a kindergarten teacher’s experience with someone using her name and profile image.
Advertising with Pinterest promoted pins is still very new. For most businesses using Promoted Pins it’s not yet clear what will and won’t work. How to set up campaigns and how to track their success is something many are trying to figure out.