Words have power – other people’s words about you have more power (in the marketplace) than your own words about you.
5 Ways To enhance Your Credibility On Pinterest:
- Systematically collect your customer feedback and create a PNG or JPEG file for each quote. You can do this through auto responder if you’ve given away a free report, ebook, or course, by having a message that simply says, ‘I’d love to use your feedback publicly, would you be willing to share a quote?’. Collect them, create them as an image. Pin them. See my example here.
- Do the same strategy, but this time, with recommendations you might receive via LinkedIn.com. See my example here.
- Do the same strategy, but this time, with blurbs from famous people for a book you write. See my blurbs from Jim Cockrum and Skip McGrath, two very well known internet marketers.
- Do the same strategy, but this time, with any 3rd party messages or articles that cite you as a source, expert, or contributor. See my example here.
- Arrange your Pinboards to feature a ‘What People Are Saying’ pinboard prominantly. I haven’t done this yet, but I will soon.
Ps. if you’ve enjoyed this weeks blog series, you might really enjoy my Selling On Pinterest Boot Camp. When you take it, you also get the Start-Up on Pinterest boot Camp, Marketing On Pinterest Boot Camp, and a sweet list of bonuses including my book Price It Like Picasso.