... whilst your competitors are busy trying to get their customers' attention on Facebook, you quietly turn your attention to Pinterest. You prepare your account, you put a marketing strategy in place and take daily actions to build engagement. Building Pinterest success takes time, but you started early and now Pinterest is bringing you regular, longterm traffic and targeted leads. Pins with links to your website turn up in search results and Pinterest's content feed. You're ahead of the game.
If only you knew how to do this as efficiently as possible. You have a Pinterest business account. You have created some great-looking boards. You regularly post images. Now you just need traffic. You are wondering what to do next to get traffic flowing from Pinterest to your website.
Or, perhaps traffic is not your problem. Quite the opposite! You are getting lots of visitors. Trouble is, they are not spending a lot of time on your website. Many of them disappear after 2 seconds... You want to attract the right people that click through to your website and feel inspired to read what you have to offer. You want folks to hang around.
By now, you have probably spent quite a bit of time searching for Pinterest marketing advice on the internet. You tried some of the recommended stuff out there, but it’s not really working for you. But, deep down you know that Pinterest is a good fit for your business.
You are ready to roll up your sleeves and get down to work to drive highly targeted and long-term traffic to your website with Pinterest. If only you knew what to do next.
Outsourcing the creation or maintenance of your Pinterest account is currently not an option for you. Instead of spending your precious time googling and pinning around to find solutions, you would love to get some personal guidance on what to do to get results.
At the end of the day, you just want your perfect clients to find you! You want them to feel inspired to browse around your website, because they like what they see. You want them to save it for future reference. You would love them to sign up for your mailing list. You want them to buy your products or services.
It's possible. With a little help.