[infographic] Pinterest Marketing Plan


We hope you’ve enjoyed our 4 Part Pinterest Marketing Plan series. We made you an infographic to go along with those blog posts. We hope you enjoy it. If you’re a social media blogger, or consultant, and want to discuss this marketing plan with us, how we came up with it, and how it is working for us, feel free to contact us about an interview. [Our interview details are here].

If you’d like this infographic as a Hi Res PSD (Photoshop) file, for your personal use, then just sign up for our newsletter, we’ve got it in a dropbox file you can download. You’ll get the link in the auto-welcome message. Yes, you can adapt it to your company’s use, or use it as a tool with your clients, (if you’re a social media consultant). Just give us props, or better, help spread the word about our little blog 🙂

Finally, in case you missed it, we created an infographic about our Pinterest Vs. Facebook Vs. Youtube Traffic over the last 2 months, get it here:

Pinterest Infographic About Facebook Vs. Pinterest Vs. Youtube Traffic

Marketing On Pinterest Infographic:pinterest marketing plan infographic

Jason Miles is the CEO of Liberty Jane Clothing, a Seattle based ecommerce company, and the author of the Bestselling Pinterest Power book - the definitive book on Pinterest marketing. He regularly partners with leading online groups and sites including, the American Marketing Association, IBM's Connectchat, Social Media Examiner, Profnet, Marketingprofs, and similar groups.

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2 comments on “[infographic] Pinterest Marketing Plan
  1. What would you suggest for a company that is not visually oriented to market on Pinterest?

    • Staff says:

      Good question. Pinterest is definitely user friendly for companies that are wired to use visuals to sell. For those who aren’t, I’d encourage them to brainstorm ways they can begin using photos, videos, or infograhics to enable their customers to express enthusiasm, support, or affection for either 1) the niche, or 2) a product, or 3) the company. I hope that helps!


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