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11 Pinterest Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Reach in 2019

Blog header pinning mistakes on Pinterest

Pinterest can be a powerhouse of traffic source for your blog or business website. With over 250M active users from all over the world each month, they are actively looking for new ideas to try, what to buy or solutions to their problems.

Unlike other social media platforms, pinners have buyers intent. These are some amazing statistics about Pinterest users you need to consider:

77% of weekly Pinners have discovered a new brand or product on Pinterest.
98% report trying new things they had find on Pinterest.
82% of weekly pinners have made a purchase based on content they saw from brands on Pinterest.


With that said, pinning blindly won’t get you anywhere in getting people to click through to your site and potentially buy from you.

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What to Pin on Pinterest in June

Blog header Pinterest trends in JuneSummer is here! Do you have an exciting vacation plan coming up?

In the Pinterest universe, however, summer means the seasonal slump in traffic for lots of business Pinterest accounts. This is normal since people are vacationing and less people spend time on the internet.

If you’re utilizing Pinterest to market your business, the roller coaster ride is what makes it exciting, no?!

Don’t I know about those sinking feelings watching the analytics taking a nose dive? Or the elated feelings when it’s going up even just a tiny bit? (Haha… I know I should refrain from checking the Pinterest analytics for my clients’ every single day!!)

Fear not! Even though it’s summer in the United States and lots of people are vacationing, people are still searching Pinterest for graduation, weddings, travel plans and the likes. It’s also good to note that 50% of Pinterest users are international users. So, your potential audience is still out there scrolling Pinterest feeds.

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Become A Pinterest VA TODAY! Course Review

Check out the course that taught me how to get paid to pin on Pinterest

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Interested in getting paid to pin on Pinterest and overwhelmed where to begin?

Maybe you’re a virtual assistant who wants to niche down into Pinterest management. Maybe you’re a career changer looking for a new career path that will allow you to earn money from anywhere. Or maybe you’re a stay-at-home mom who is simply looking to generate additional income to help the family’s finances.

Whatever the case, you have the idea to become a Pinterest VA and you want to utilize your love of Pinterest as a new source of income. You’re wondering which course you should invest in to make sure you get your money’s worth.

Today I am gonna share with you the insider information of Become a Pinterest VA Today! course. This is the course that taught me how to start my new career as a Pinterest VA/Manager.

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How I Grew A New Pinterest Account by 1000% In A Month

Learn how to utilize Pinterest to bring you FREE traffic. Case Study.

If you’re a new blogger, growing your Pinterest account can be challenging. You must have heard by now that Pinterest can be a great source of traffic for your blog or any online business. You might have a few articles on your blog, but you’re wondering if it’s worth it to start your Pinterest Business account now. Will you have enough pins to start with?

The answer to that is a resounding “Yes”.


How To Utilize Pinterest To Get FREE Traffic

Learn how to utilize Pinterest to bring you FREE traffic. Case Study.

Pinterest Case Study

Pinterest is a massive powerhouse in its potential to bring traffic to your site. Do you know that there are 250+ million active users on Pinterest per month? Half of those come from the US. That means if you’re a blogger or an entrepreneur, you have a HUGE potential audience on the platform.

The following is a 2-week case study to give you a glimpse of Pinterest as a potential traffic source for your business.

This is a case study with a Pinterest account in the Food niche. This client had reached 1M Pinterest view, but she was having trouble translating that back to actual traffic to her site.

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