I bet you are wondering where are my customers? I hope it’s someplace fun like Bali or Vegas (baby) and you are hopeful that I am going to suggest I go see them asap.
While I imagine we would all love to be in Bali any time of year, the answer is not a physical place, it’s digital – your customers are on Pinterest.
Seriously, even men, even dog walkers. Pinterest drove $11 BILLION (three commas people) USD in sales on Black Friday! I learned this from Maggie Lamarre, the Pinterest Visual Marketing Strategist and the brains behind Cascade Avenue.
I also know that Pinterest can be a life changer (literally, my client Laurel Bern gets thousands of visitors to her website DAILY from Pinterest, I have the Analytics to prove it).
When I saw that Maggie was offering a 5 Day Pinterest Challenge I registered and I wanted to let you know about her mini course.
I have been on Pinterest for a very long time. I was an early adaptor and I love the platform. I love it so much it feels like play to me, not work, which is why I often reserve Pinterest time to after my work day, when I am “watching” golf with my husband (quotes around me watching, not him). I am not strategic with Pinterest. I go through waves of creating Pins to go with each post, then I stop doing this, then I login and see 21 Uses for Chia Seeds that Will Change Your Life and before you know it I am on Amazon buying bulk items and a new blender. Guess what, the chia seed author just made a little commish and GOOD FOR HER/HIM!
But here’s the reality, I want to earn the commish, I want to drive traffic, to be more strategic and get more clients. So I am taking Maggie’s course. I invite you to join in. It’s five days, we can hold each other accountable.
In the challenge Maggie says we will:
- Learn how she grew her Pinterest followers to 37K.
- Grew her mailing list as a direct result of her Pinterest traffic.
- Her list of easy to implement ideas / strategies so we Pin like a Pro (I like easy).
- Learn how to get more repins.
- Drive traffic and sales to a core offer.
Hope to see you there. And of course, why not follow Maggie on Pinterest