Set up your Pinterest account the right way!
You’ve already heard that Pinterest is a secret weapon for millions of online entrepreneurs. Now you want to use it to grow your own business. Great idea!
To succeed on Pinterest, you need to get the basics right. That means you should take steps like:
- Create the right boards for your content.
- Write keyword-rich descriptions for your boards.
- Optimize your Pinterest profile for SEO
You can do this yourself or you can save yourself the hassle and let me do it for you! For nearly three years, I’ve Pinterest to drive traffic to my blogs, make affiliate sales, promote my courses, and more. I have also helped dozens of online business owners like you use Pinterest to grow their businesses.
I will set up your account the right way so that you can be confident that your account is optimized for traffic and conversions. With the right foundation, you can use Pinterest to drive massive traffic to your blog, promote your Etsy shop, make affiliate sales, and more. Take a look at how I have used Pinterest to grow this blog:
In addition to growing my blog traffic, I have also used Pinterest to increase my affiliate income. This is one of the offers I promote on Pinterest:
Ready to start growing your business with Pinterest?
When you purchase the Pinterest Account Set Up service, I will:
- Create a new Pinterest business account for you.
- Claim your website so that you have more authority on Pinterest (if you have a website).
- Enable Rich Pins so your blog post information shows up with your pins (if you have a website).
- Create your first 10 personal boards, including one board just for your blog posts.
- Create custom board covers that fit your brand.
- Optimize your profile and boards with the right keywords so that they get found on Pinterest.
- Schedule 50 high-performing pins to your personal boards – 450 pins total.
- Provide a list of 30 high-performing group boards in your niche to join.
- Provide an outreach script to apply to group boards.
- Give you a 30-day free trial of the Tailwind Pin Scheduler.