How to leverage the power of Pinterest
Do you have any regrets with your business? Is there anything you look back on and wonder why you waited so long to do it?
When it comes to my online business, I’ve always had 2 regrets:
1. Not starting my email list sooner
2. Not using Pinterest as a tool to grow my business for year
I waited WAY too long to take the time to figure either one of them out. I didn’t even have an email management service when I started blogging, nor did I start my Pinterest account until years after I created my website.
Even after I created my Pinterest account, I still did not use it as a tool to help me grow my audience, or make money for my business, for a really LONG time.
Although I wish I didn’t wait as long as I did, I quickly saw a huge increase in my traffic as soon as I started to focus on Pinterest. It literally was a game-changer.
Using Pinterest made my website go from hobby blog to professional business. That is why I am constantly sharing with you how you can use Pinterest to not only grow your blog, but to also earn passive income. I created an entire course called Pinaffiliate Masterclass that teaches my exact strategies.
If you aren’t already using Pinterest as a tool to drive traffic to your blog, then you are missing out. There are more than 100 million active users on Pinterest. (source)
Yes, you read that correct - 100 million!
Not to mention that users on Pinterest are more likely to make a purchase than people referred from other social media sites.
“Pinterest pins are worth more than Facebook likes. Consumers referred by Pinterest are 10% more likely to actually purchase than those referred by Facebook.” (source)
You NEED to be leveraging the power of Pinterest to grow your business.
Even if you are just starting your Pinterest account, it can still be a game changer.
Meet Adriana from Enjoy Natural Health
Adriana started her Pinterest account on May 9th. She was a complete newbie to this platform.
Here’s what Adriana had to say:
“I started my Pinterest account on May 9, and I didn’t know anything at all about Pinterest. By July 31st I had 1000 followers and I now have over 3000 followers and a LOT of traffic to my site (more than 50% of my traffic comes from Pinterest).”
In about 10 weeks she was able to gain more than 1,000 new followers and increase her traffic from using Pinterest.
Pinterest is now her #1 source of traffic.
You can checkout her Pinterest account here. Right now she has more than 3500 followers.
By harnessing the power of Pinterest she was able to quickly grow her audience and drive more people to her website.
In just a few short months, she has seen rapid growth from using Pinterest as a tool to help her blog succeed.
Meet Julie from Fab Working Mom Life
Julie saw a HUGE increase in the amount of traffic coming from Pinterest to her website.
Here’s what Julie had to say:
“I had been stuck at about 2K page views per month, which isn't much at all. I started the course in May and by the end of July, my page views increased 400%!"
I continue to slowly but steadily grow and hope to catch up to the big bloggers soon.
I have also seen a 25% increase in Pinterest followers during that timeframe.”
Wow! In 2 months Julie saw a 400% increase! That is insane.
It is wonderful to hear that she has been steadily growing since then and has even seen an increase in her followers.
Both of these amazing women had epic results when they started intentionally using Pinterest.
Have you heard of the term ‘the power of Pinterest?’ Well, these 2 results right here show you the POWER OF PINTEREST. Look how much it has already transformed their businesses in such a short amount of time.
Seeing these results is one of the reasons why I have the regret of not strategically using Pinterest sooner.
Don’t wait as long as I did. If you need some help understanding how you can leverage the power of Pinterest, then check out this post “How to Grow Your Business with Pinterest”, and download my Ultimate Pinterest checklist.
Take a minute to write a comment below and let us know the success you’ve seen using Pinterest.