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Pinterest Management Tips
Updated November 1, 2019
Did you know that you can get on the first page of Google without doing any extra work? Let me explain.
If you use Pinterest correctly you can get found on the first page of Google. I want you to really understand this. When you invest your time to be successful on Pinterest you are directly helping your business get found on Google too. You are achieving two goals with one action. That’s a great return on your investment! I mean seriously who doesn’t want to get more results with less work? These days that’s almost unheard of.
So if you’re thinking you should only focus on Facebook and Instagram because there are so many more users there, think again. For starters Facebook and Instagram don’t help you get found on Google. Period.
Pinterest does because it’s a search engine just like Google. Pinterest and Google are like business partners. They are working together so you get more traffic and sales.
Let me show you how we helped our client Craftables get on the first page of Google because of Pinterest. Here’s the proof. Have a look at the image below. One of their most important keyword is HEAT TRANSFER VINYL TIPS. If you look closely that link is their Pinterest page.
When a person clicks on that link, it takes them to Craftables Pinterest page as shown below. Amazing right?
We know that Google is the number one search engine in the world. If your customer isn’t on Pinterest they are most likely using Google to look for your types of products and/or services.
When I ask my customers how they found me 90% of the time they’ll say “I found you on Google”. They’ll type “Pinterest expert”, “Pinterest Consultant”, and “Pinterest Marketing Expert” into the Google search bar and voila! Check out the image below. So what that means is you’d be wise to use Pinterest correctly so that you can show up on Google too.
If you invest your time mastering Pinterest, Google will reward you.
Here’s another example of how we helped Craftables get to the first page of Google under one of their most important keyword HEAT TRANSFER VINYL TUTORIAL.
If want to get to the first page of Google today without using Pinterest you’d better have very deep pockets. Do you realize how expensive it is to get to the first page of Google? Sure you can invest in Google AdWords but that will cost you an arm and a leg. It’s expensive, very expensive. The reality is most small businesses simply can’t afford it.
Even if you could get to the first page of Google organically it will take you at least a year if not more because of your competition. Do you really have the luxury to wait that long? Heck no!
Remember that Pinterest is a search engine and the first step to harnessing its marketing power is to decipher what the best keywords are that your customers use to search. Unfortunately most people are using the wrong keywords. Businesses don’t realize that there are better keywords to use. If you make a mistake you’ll end up wasting your time and wondering why Pinterest marketing didn’t work. Fortunately, I help you figure this out in my Pinterest Marketing for Business online course.
Are you now convinced that it’s smart business to master Pinterest marketing for your business? Because if you do, it will help you get on the first page of Google, saving you thousands of dollars. And, potentially driving boatloads of new traffic to your business.
Take my video based Pinterest marketing for business course. You have two choices:
1) The fast and easy way. This is ideal for those who don’t have a blog and are just selling products. Perfect as well for Amazon, Etsy, and affiliate marketers.
2) The in-depth version. This is ideal for those who want to get more traffic to their website, blog, and want to grow their email list too.
If you’re still not sure if Pinterest is right for your business or if you have any questions about my Pinterest marketing courses email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.