Welcome to week two of our Pinterest Promoted Pins Walk-Through video series. In this video I recap the results of our 1st week’s campaign and explain what worked and what didn’t work. I also explain what I’m launching today and what I’m going to focus on as I conduct this campaign. I think you’ll really enjoy this video – and let me know if you have specific questions. Just leave a comment.
Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing a series of videos revealing a behind-the-scenes look at our Pinterest Promoted Pins campaigns. Let me know what you think!
Of course, if you want to go deeper with Pinterest marketing and you haven’t gotten a copy of the all-time bestselling book about Pinterest marketing – Pinterest Power – be sure to pick up a copy!
This week’s video is a follow-up to last week’s where I discuss how to use Pinterest for Traffic Stacking in support of your Amazon, Etsy, or eBay selling effort. I’d love to hear your perspective – let me know what you think – and if you liked this video – be sure to share it on Facebook.
Today’s video is specifically for people who sell products on Amazon, Etsy, or eBay. In it I share WHY and HOW to use Pinterest in support of your work. I also reveal my “Traffic Stacking” Method and explain how to use it to increase your sales volume.
Bonus #1: I also made you a booklet out of the transcript. That way you can download it and print it out. Get that here.
Have questions? I’d love to hear from you – just leave a comment.
In this video I share my #1 tip for getting lots of traffic from Pinterest to your website. I call my technique a 20/20 audit – and it is designed to do one thing really well – ensure your site is “Pinterest Friendly”.
Tell me what you think by leaving a comment!
I’ve also made a small booklet out of the transcript and added it as a PDF, in case you want to download it and print it out, or share it around.
Yesterday Pinterest revealed it’s latest break-through – Pinterest Messaging! I’ve been experimenting with the functionality (both on my Iphone and my desktop). It’s pretty cool!
Now you can send a specific pin to people with a message included – and they can reply back. Sure – they probably should have had this functionality three years ago (but let’s be nice!) This conversation tool could really change Pinterest. As most of us know – it’s not a place for a lot of chit-chat. Maybe that will start to change as people become more comfortable with this functionality.
The Pinterest team did a video of how the mobile version works – check it out: