If you are interested in crushing it on Pinterest, then you may benefit greatly from taking this course.
The picture based social network emerged from out of nowhere back in 2010. Now it is a global phenomenon with over 70 million users and engagement through the roof. 80% of pins are repins which means it is much easier to go viral on Pinterest than on any other social network.
I currently have over 20,000 Pinterest followers, and some of my pins have been liked and repinned over 1,000 times. All of this engagement has led to direct traffic to my blog, landing pages, and sales pages.
In this course, I will share with you the methods you can use to dominate Pinterest by growing a targeted audience and optimizing your pins so they spread far and wide.
All you have to do to get lifetime access to all of the lectures on my course and the lectures I add in the future is to click the "Take This Course" button. I look forward to serving you throughout the course and watching your Pinterest audience grow.
Please watch this lecture before watching any of the other lectures. This introductory lecture lets you know more about the course and how we can all make it a better experience for everyone.
When people view your Pinterest profile for the first time, they will look at your bio to get an idea of whether you are someone worth following or not. In this lecture, I will discuss what makes up an effective bio so you can enhance your Pinterest profile.
For a majority of successful Pinterest accounts, group boards form the core of that success. Having a group board with hundreds of contributors leads to a systematized Pinterest board where other people will pin content on your board for free, and it's a win-win. Getting involved with other people's group boards is another way to grow your audience, and invites to group boards are common. In this lecture, I will explain why group boards are essential for your Pinterest strategy and how you can optimize them both from the contributor standpoint and the creator standpoint.
Secret boards can be surprisingly useful for your growth and Pinterest profile. Secret boards have other uses such as organizing your goals and incentives for paid products. I will discuss how you can use Pinterest Secret Boards in this lecture.
Pinterest recently came out with a new feature that allows its users to move pins from one board to the other. You also have the ability to copy pins from one board to several other boards on your account which is great for saving time. In this lecture, I will discuss the benefits of moving pins and when you would want to move pins from one board to the other.
In order to have numerous, effective boards on Pinterest, you need to get specific within your niche and create a series of sub-niche boards. In this lecture, I will discuss how you can isolate one niche or idea into a series of boards that are all related to one another.
Creating a series of quick tutorial boards can convey tidbits of your knowledge to your followers in a t imd-efficient, organized manner. In this lecture, I will discuss the methods you can use to create a quick tutorial board so you provide your followers with more boards to choose from on your profile.
Commenting on other people's pins is the most underrated way to get more exposure on Pinterest. In this lecture, I will explain why commenting on other people's pins is a great marketing tactic and how to optimize your comments so they receive more attention.
A constant problem winners come across is finding the perfect picture on Google Images for the pin. However, instead of looking for the perfect picture on the web, you can create your own perfect picture for a particular pin. Better yet, when you create your own picture, you have full control over the pixel dimensions which are vital to optimizing a picture for getting repins and likes. In this lecture, I will reveal the two tools I use to create my own pictures and discuss them in depth. There are dozens of tools available, but I only chose to mention the best two because I believe that simplicity is power.
Tailwind is a tool that allows you to track your Pinterest statistics. In this lecture, I will discuss Tailwind's capabilities and how you can use it to get better results from your Pinterest efforts.
Out of all of the tools I use on Pinterest, ViralWoot is my favorite one. I'll explain why ViralWoot got the #1 spot in this lecture, and I will also explain how you can integrate ViralWoot into your strategy so you can get more repins, likes, and followers.
The Pinterest notifications tab is a section of Pinterest that gets attention, but few people take the information they receive in the notifications tab and apply it to their strategy. If you only use your notifications tab to see who liked and repinned your pins, then you are not using it to grow your Pinterest audience. In this lecture, I will explain how to use the information you receive in the Pinterest notifications tab to develop meaningful relationships with your current audience and grow your audience at the same time.
Congratulations for completing the entire course! In this lecture, I will discuss what happens next and what is still to come.
My mission is to elevate the lives of other through my training courses. My courses come equipped with evergreen knowledge that will still apply many years down the road. If something gets outdated, I come out with an update.
I am a digital marketing expert with over 400,000 social media followers and over 30,000 students who have given my courses a try. I was a recipient of the People's Choice Rule Breakers Award for my work as a teenager entrepreneur. My mantra is that age is not a limit to success!
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