7 methods of Pinterest amplification

7 Methods of Pinterest Amplification

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One of the things I teach in my Pinterest Amplification course is the 7 methods of Pinterest amplification. This is not taught by anyone else, and is exclusive to the Pinterest Amplification course. It has an incredible impact not just on traffic but pre-qualified follower growth, as well.

Essentially, the goal with any Pinterest pin is to get it in front of the right people or a potentially interest person via the Smart Feed. Traditionally, pinners and other course providers recommend anywhere between 2-6 images per post, and then SmartLoop thereafter, followed by any potential rebranding refresh or image updating down the road. That’s how it’s always been done and taught.

Until now.

There’s actually a better strategy for amplifying (intensifying, strengthening, supplementing) your Pinterest pins than following what everyone else is doing. And these methods came about during an intensive study of three months of pin testing that I did in December 2018-February 2019..

If you’d like, you’re welcome to take my course on Pinterest Amplification (which covers everything basic in getting started with Pinterest to expert-level material including pinning strategies you can easily use in your blogging marketing plan).

Learn an entirely new, refreshing way to apply a pinning strategy so you can write less content and focus on your core funnels!

…or, start with my checklist below! It’s the most comprehensive, accurate, and relevant checklist you’ll find. Yours for free. Just for stopping by.

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