Advertising with Pinterest promoted pins is still very new. For most businesses using Promoted Pins it’s not yet clear what will and won’t work. How to set up campaigns and how to track their success is something many are trying to figure out.
Have you heard stories of people loosing all of the traffic to their website because of a Google update? I have and have always assumed that it only happened to websites doing shady or black-hat stuff. I’ve come to learn that isn’t always the case.
Pinterest can bring enough traffic to a website to transform it from Internet obscurity to a thriving online business. Let’s take a look at 7 reasons why some businesses on Pinterest find failure instead of success. I’m sure YOU haven’t made any of these social media marketing mistakes but maybe you have a “friend” that has.
Change is inevitable, right? There have been a lot of changes this summer when it comes to Pinterest. In this week’s episode of the podcast, I review some of the biggest changes that have happened over the summer of 2014 and how you can use the new features in your Pinterest marketing plan.
I manage and contribute to several group boards and credit them for helping me grow my following on Pinterest to over 100,000! As a result of this, I was recently named one of the top vegan bloggers on Pinterest. That’s a great honor, and it also means I was able to grow a significant following while also fitting into a more niche market!
I’ve discovered a few tricks and tips that I’ve used to both manage and participate in group boards, and I’m going to share those with you today. Are you ready? Let’s get started!
the new Pinterest messaging feature and I also talk with blogger and freelance writer Karen Cordaway. Karen was an early adopter of Pinterest and was recently chosen by Pinterest to have her account featured.