No matter what type of business you have, getting stated on Pinterest for can raise some questions. In this episode of the podcast, I chat with Andrew Hellmich, a professional photographer based on the Central Coast of Australia.
This episode is a little different from most episodes of the podcast in that this time I’m not the one asking the questions. Andrew invited me on to his podcast, PhotoBizXposed to talk about how professional photographers can utilize Pinterest to grow their business. I thought this conversation would be the perfect opportunity for you to hear some of the questions a business owner has about getting started on Pinterest and my responses to them.
If you don’t have a photography business, I encourage you to listen to this episode since most of the suggestions made can be applied to different types of businesses that use Pinterest.
Andrew and I spent over an hour talking about Pinterest and we barely scratched the surface. I have divided this conversation in half for a couple of reasons; first not to take up too much of your time and secondly, we covered so many points about Pinterest that I didn’t want the information provided to seem overwhelming.
Some of the topics covered in part 1 of my conversation with Andrew:
- Opening a personal vs business Pinterest account
- Cross promoting to other social networks
- Where links back to your site are available within Pinterest
- Uploading images from your computer to Pinterest
- The importance of using keywords in Pinterest
Links mentioned in this episode:
To learn more about Andrew, to check out his incredible photography or to listen to one of his podcasts, click on the images below.
Just incase you haven’t listened to a podcast episode yet, in each episode I offer a special quick Pinterest tip. If you have a question about Pinterest, feel free to leave it here on the blog, come by the Facebook page or connect with me on Twitter. Maybe the answer to your question can be the next quick tip given in the podcast. 🙂