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Pinterest® Hacks that Will Make You and Your Work More Discoverable

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8/26/2020

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Pinterest is a search engine—an amazing free tool that you can use as a creative entrepreneur to boost organic search traffic, generate new leads, and attract new customers.

In other words, it helps MORE people discover you and your beautiful work!

In this short episode, I’m giving you my 3 tips to help you optimize your pinning strategy.

Related Post: E-commerce Sites: What to Do When You Make No Sales

 

Little Pearls of Wisdom

  • [01:15] Tip #1: Define your ideal customer—interest, style, hobbies, etc.
  • [02:35] Tip #2: Do keyword research directly on Pinterest and document your findings in a spreadsheet.
  • [04:24] Tip #3: Create pins that use those keywords in the titles and descriptions.
  • [05:28] Don’t pin 1 and be done! Test and tweak different images, keywords, and copy!
  • [06:30] Switch to a business account so that you can analyze your metrics.

 

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Episode 24: E-Commerce Sites and What To Do When You Make No Sales
Episode 48: The Biggest Mistakes People Make When Creating a Website with Jen Olmstead
Episode 38: 3 Tips for Beating the Feast or Famine Cycle in Your Business
Episode 6: Secrets to Recurring Revenue as an Artist
Episode 41: “Should I Have a Blog?” Why Blogs are Important

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  1. Renee says:

    Thank you for all your help in getting my new business seen on line. These are all the things I did not know how to do when I started advertising my massage business online. Now that they’re supposed to be 6 ft between each person in a business massage is a little out of question so I’ve started an art business. This will help me get out there and start making money more quickly. Thanks again

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