Your blog needs more traffic.
You’ve done everything the Pinterest “experts” have said.
Still, you get mediocre traffic.
You spend hours creating pins and making blog posts, get “meh” results, and start to wonder whether Pinterest marketing actually works.
“Maybe my blog sucks?” “Maybe I’m not in the right group boards?” “Am I just not that interesting?” “Do I smell?”
And nothing changes.
Well, you might be doing everything the “experts” say, like pin good images, curate your boards, post and share in group boards, use Tailwind tribes, manual pin, use good keyword descriptions, etc.
How many of those “experts” have 10+ million monthly viewers?
The problem might not be what you should be doing, but who you’re listening to. Sure, all of the above is good advice, but to grow your blog quickly and get conversions, you need traffic. You need to be able to reach your customers.
None of that generic, vague advice has anything to do with amplifying your Pinterest account, meaning, growing your reach and sending more traffic to your blog, giving you an opportunity to test your landing pages, convert readers into buyers, and grow your email list.
Truth: you need to learn from someone who is a proven expert on Pinterest, and who knows how to grow tiny accounts into big success stories. AND, you need to be willing to do the work. Doing the work = success. Learning something new and not applying it =/ success.
Your Pinterest analytics gives you all the secrets and clues about what to pin, when, and what kinds of products and services your business needs to roll with. Those numbers will tell you what you need to do next to reach more people, find more people that are into what you’re pinning, offering, blogging about, and selling.
and when you are pinning content strategically using an amplification method that is…
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN? LET’S BRAINSTORM THE POSSIBILITIES…
In case we’re new online friends, let’s do introductions. My name is Kerrie, and I’m a published author, professional blogger, and Pinterest marketing expert. I help heart-driven creative influencers, like you, find their customers and readers through Pinterest with stunning design and the perfect recipe blend for copy.
For the past 16 years, I have worked in graphic design and writing marketing campaigns. While I loved working in the bridal industry, working for “the man” wasn’t for me. Two years ago, I struck out on my own, and built five successful blogs along with matching Pinterest accounts. I even taught my husband how to use Pinterest for marketing, and he’s doing brilliantly.
In the last year, I worked in design from a social media perspective, helping others with posting online. But, that still wasn’t for me. I found many people weren’t willing to create content to support their business goals, or do the work that business success requires. They just wanted sales. Which, as you know, doesn’t work.
So Joe (the husbutt) and I made the decision to go solo and not work for anyone. Together, our blogs bring in an accumulative $1.2 million in income for our family of eight, and we get to choose IF we work for someone, and WHEN. And having that choice and option to say “no” has been an incredible happiness changer.
They wanted the details. The how-to’s. But I didn’t have the time to teach every single one of them over Messenger all the special details successful Pinterest marketing requires, and if they didn’t have a full understanding of pinning methods and strategies, OF COURSE they were going to give up or not be successful.
The thing with Pinterest is… there’s a lot of free information out there. There are also a ton of Pinterest courses offered by people who got a smidge of success off of it and thought they could make a buck. But honestly, you’re not getting value off a Pinterest course if it doesn’t address growth and amplification. And the only way to teach something like that ethically is if you’ve done it yourself.
And I have.
Marketing your blog and getting an audience who are interested in what you have to say requires a niche market and amplification to that market. It doesn’t require taking out ads, posting all the time on social media, and creating a crap-ton of content. Nope. There’s a better way to do this.
Pinterest is a fantastic marketing tool. It’s simple to learn, it makes sense once you understand the moving parts, and it focuses on my favorite aspects of marketing: helping customers find you without spending money on ads, growing your email list, and connecting with those customers that fell in love with your words and work.
Pinterest Amplification helps you grow that blog into a real gear-turning, money-making business.
Maybe you’re thinking… “I’m all course-d out. I’ve taken so many courses, read so many blog articles on Pinterest… I’m not sure another course will help me.”
Because you’re tired of wasting time and money on things that don’t work.
This is the LAST and ONLY course on Pinterest you will ever want to invest in to make Pinterest your ultimate go-to for marketing success.