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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 

EIleen Lonergan
Eileen Lonergan was an integral part of this company. Unfortunately, Eileen Passed away on the 31st of October 2018 after a short battle with Cancer. She leaves behind the legacy of the Divi Theme Users Group and hundreds of people that she helped through coaching, building outstanding websites and just being - accessible. We miss her every day!
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