While other social media platforms are designed to keep you on their site – Pinterest is specifically designed to get your audience to click through to your site.
Using Pinterest the right way not only drives website traffic, but also provides a clearer idea of what you have to offer to your audience. Pinterest is a platform people enjoy, so much so that Pinterest users are twice as likely to say their time on the platform is well-spent.
This challenge will teach, connect, and keep you up-to-date on all things Pinterest while you grow your personal brand.
Feeling confused and overwhelmed by Pinterest?
You hear everyone talking about Pinterest and how it’s sending them traffic in droves, but you just aren’t seeing it for yourself. You’ve followed some tips about Pinterest growth and even implemented some suggestions from like-minded peeps within Facebook groups, but you can’t seem to get the fabled Pinterest traffic you keep hearing about.
This challenge is here to unveil the secrets of Pinterest success.
We’ll be keeping you excited to keep using Pinterest with community support, feedback, and best practices. There are things about Pinterest marketing that can be tricky to get our end around – like Rich Pins, Conversions Tags, even how to best use Tailwind. In this challenge we’ll cover for you the best ways to do that.
People think that Pinterest is a social media network when really it’s a search engine that has some social aspects to it. Because of this difference, it’s important to keep in mind that Pinterest is more of a long-term investment than a quick-hit tool, like a Facebook or Twitter. It can take weeks, or even months, for Pins to gain traction on Pinterest.
Learn how to make great pins and use Pinterest effectively to boost your traffic, sales and subscribers and is ideal for beginners or those wanting to brush up their knowledge.
Pinterest has long battled a reputation as the awkward old auntie of social media.
However, it turns out it’s the fourth-most-popular social media platform in America. It outranks Snapchat, LinkedIn, Twitter and WhatsApp.
Pinterest as a day-to-day planner
85% women users use Pinterest to plan “life moments”: this is according to a study Pinterest commissioned to better understand its American women users aged 25-54. Only 53% use Facebook to plan these moments, and 44% use Instagram.
What are “life moments,” according to Pinterest? Big ones might include decorating a new home (43%), or going on vacation (50 %). Small ones are more like meals (67%), gym routines, and party planning.
Can Pinterest work for you?
As the key traffic driver for your website, Pinterest’s potential has still to be fully explored. Join us to go through the best practices to up your game this year.