Pinterest Marketing Manager
As a blogger on running an online business you need to do millions of things. Also need to adopt new update of business setting & others.
Let me help you with “Pinterest Marketing” to grow your business.
How it works
You already know that Pinterest is an important platform for your blog or website, and you’re ready to outsource this task so you can grow faster and save time.
When you hire a Pinterest manager, you can spend more time in your zone of genius doing things in your business or life that only YOU can do. Or, you know, catching up on Netflix.
Why Social Media?
These days, the online world and social media is changing at the speed of light. It seems like every day there’s a new algorithm update or major platform change.
What worked well a few years ago for social media just doesn’t work the same way today. You need someone who can stay up to date for you.
As a busy entrepreneur, you’re exhausted trying to keep up with all the changes and are ready to hire out your Pinterest management and marketing to someone else so you can get more leads and traffic to your website and grow your business or blog to the next level.
Right now you’re feeling overwhelmed and tired trying to keep up with #allthethings, but if your online business includes blogging, you can’t afford to ignore Pinterest.
With over 400 million monthly active users, Pinterest is positioning itself as not just another social media site, but a visual search engine that lets people find your content and leads to more clicks to your website, new leads and email subscribers, and more sales in your business.
You don’t need random pretty pins thrown into a scheduler – you need intentional marketing strategy and business-building results from your Pinterest efforts.
Pinterest Service For Whom?
Who is this for?
- Lifestyle bloggers (food, travel, personal development, organizing, home decor, DIY, crafts, business, etc)
- Creative online service providers or course creators (life or business coaches, designers, brand strategists, etc)
- Have at least 10 blog posts
Who is this NOT for?
- Local businesses (Pinterest is not location-specific)
- In-person businesses
- E-commerce businesses
- Businesses about Pinterest-sensitive topics (medical, health advice, C B D , MLMs, not family-friendly). These are more likely to get flagged or reported on Pinterest