Pinterest Business Tips
I'll inform you of Pinterest's best practices to help you get more traffic & sales. I hope you love my Pinterest actionable tips! I'll also share inspirational ideas to help you live your dream life. Let's do this!
How to Brand Your Business Pinterest Management Services expert tip: If you’re thinking about doing a photo shoot for your website you cannot just use your iPhone. Just slapping a picture of yourself on your site and thinking boom you’re done. No way. Not even close. Here’s the thing, if you seriously want to take […]
Pinterest Management Services Expert Explains How to Use the New features to Drive More Traffic and Sales Pinterest has been the go to place for many shoppers. Pinterest management services expert Anna Bennett shows you the proof. This data was sourced from a sample of 1.19 billion visits to Nosto-powered online stores from November 2018 […]
Pinterest Marketing Expert Reveals that Pinterest Upgraded It’s Groups Board Features to Collaborate with Clients, Suppliers and Team As a Pinterest marketing expert one of the coolest tools Pinterest offers businesses are Group Boards. If you’ve never heard of the Pinterest group board it is a feature that allows people to collaborate with each other. […]
One of the frequently asked questions I get as a Pinterest marketing expert is “How do I use Pinterest to drive more sales?” This should not surprise you but the truth is, if you want new customers and more sales during the holidays you’re going to have to pay folks. Organic traffic just isn’t enough […]
The 7 Deadly Mistakes The Typical Pinterest Manager Makes (and How to Fix Them) The How to Become a Successful Pinterest Manager Facebook Group that I created has been amazing for identifying what people are struggling with while they deliver their Pinterest management services. I discovered even more after I gave away 10 free coaching […]
Is finding more clients as a Pinterest manager important to you? If so, then keep reading. 42% of startups fail, mostly because they ignore the opportunity to capitalize on a niche and don’t actually provide a solution to an explicit problem explains Graham, a Texas-based entrepreneur and investor. That means almost half of all startup […]