Pinterest Marketing Course

Some “experts” will say that growing your blog takes a substantial amount of time. I’d have to agree with that to extent. But growing a blog and getting traffic to it are two different things. And you’re not going to be able to tell if what you’re growing is a viable topic or anything people are actually interested in without blog traffic.

That’s where Pinterest comes into play. 

I have spent 2 years of my life “building” my blog – but a lot of that was writing content, doing graphics, website design, organizing it, etc. You know. The business of blogging. But that’s all image and content, and not traffic.

I had “ok” traffic for a blogger. Good sales, decent income from it, etc. But what I was really missing was the HEAVY traffic that I wanted. Because when you spend so much time building, writing and curating content for your blog, you want people actually reading what you have to say, right?

That’s where Pinterest, as a blogger, comes in really handy.

In December 2018, I carved out a plan to build my Pinterest account to a higher level. Within three months, I had built website traffic to my blog from 75k page views a month to over 450k page views a month. I heavily focused my attention to my analytics, which dictated what kind of content my followers were really interested in, and within three months, I had grown on Pinterest from an 80k monthly viewers account (which fluctuated regularly between 50k to 180k / month) to 14+ million in monthly viewers, which is the number that signifies your ability to reach people. 

I’ve included everything I did to achieve those numbers, right down to the detail, in my course, Pinterest Marketing, Strategy, and Amplification. Read more about it below!

An amazing bundle that will have your blog soaring with traffic in less than 3 months. Easy to follow guidance – I’m giving you the path to have massive traffic to your website with $0 in ads. Sell more books, products, increase your Google Adsense revenue, and attract brand deals that will want to work with you. 

To be successful as a blogger, you need a few things: 1) a great website 2) three lead magnets or opt-in freebies (or more if you wish) that are relevant to what you offer 3) a welcome / nurturing email sequence 4) a unique / amazing product to sell and 5) traffic from Pinterest. Those 5 things are really all you need. You could eliminate social media altogether if you wanted (but you don’t have to!).

THIS is the time to learn Pinterest – a blogger’s and writer’s powerhouse of website traffic, because it revolves around search and what readers are actually interested in. It is the most underrated form of accumulating readers and followers who are fans of your work because it’s largely misunderstood as a “craft” and “recipe” site. It’s not. There are so many myths about Pinterest, I could talk for days. But instead, I’ll let my numbers speak for themselves.

If you have 2 hours to learn all about bringing traffic to your site (absolutely free), then I will teach you how I grew my blog from around 80k to 450k in page views a month, how to sell books, ebooks & planners (or whatever lovely creation you’ve made) directly off your website, all within 3 months.

This is exclusive training – this is the only course that focuses on amplification and gives you insider knowledge of one of the most powerful search engines.

In 2017, I made the decision to cut out the middle man, and remove my best sellers from the KU program and focus on selling them off of my website. 

And man, I’m glad I did. Because I sell more books off my website thanks to Pinterest than I do on Amazon. And, I keep more money that way and Amazon gets zip. If you like keeping 100% of your royalty due, then you’re going to love this course. 

Pinterest is the perfect way to sell more books, your planners, your ebooks, whatever! But learning the strategy is important – because you don’t just want to pin a bunch of your product images on Pinterest and expect the best. There’s a planned, strategic way to go about this, and that’s what I teach!

Learn more about selling books on Pinterest – what’s working, what’s popular, and how you need to watch and listen to your Pinterest analytics. 

One of the most popular questions I get asked in my inbox, whether it’s over email or my Pinterest account, is how I got so big on Pinterest.

It actually took a lot of planning, thought, and digging deep. And work, of course. 

Growing on Pinterest, no doubt, takes some strategy. It requires listening to your analytics, observing what is happening to your boards, and learning to amplify – not spam. 

Honestly, most accounts that are at 150k monthly viewers are really struggling to figure out how to get more traffic. How do you do that without having to blog 18-gazillion times a day and not annoy your tribe mates and other followers? 

There’s a definite strategy to all of this. If you’d like to learn how to do it once and for all, keep reading. 

that will teach you about amplification, and how to get to the top as a PRO blogger in 3 months.​

An amazing bundle that will have your blog soaring with traffic in less than 3 months. Easy to follow guidance – I’m giving you the path to have massive traffic to your website with $0 in ads. Sell more books, products, increase your Google Adsense revenue, and attract brand deals that will want to work with you. 

To be successful as a blogger, you need a few things: 1) a great website 2) three lead magnets or opt-in freebies (or more if you wish) that are relevant to what you offer 3) a welcome / nurturing email sequence 4) a unique / amazing product to sell and 5) traffic from Pinterest. Those 5 things are really all you need. You could eliminate social media altogether if you wanted (but you don’t have to!).

THIS is the time to learn Pinterest – a blogger’s and writer’s powerhouse of website traffic, because it revolves around search and what readers are actually interested in. It is the most underrated form of accumulating readers and followers who are fans of your work because it’s largely misunderstood as a “craft” and “recipe” site. It’s not. There are so many myths about Pinterest, I could talk for days. But instead, I’ll let my numbers speak for themselves.

If you have 2 hours to learn all about bringing traffic to your site (absolutely free), then I will teach you how I grew my blog from around 80k to 450k in page views a month, how to sell books, ebooks & planners (or whatever lovely creation you’ve made) directly off your website, all within 3 months.

This is exclusive training – this is the only course that focuses on amplification and gives you insider knowledge of one of the most powerful search engines.

In 2017, I made the decision to cut out the middle man, and remove my best sellers from the KU program and focus on selling them off of my website. 

And man, I’m glad I did. Because I sell more books off my website thanks to Pinterest than I do on Amazon. And, I keep more money that way and Amazon gets zip. If you like keeping 100% of your royalty due, then you’re going to love this course. 

Pinterest is the perfect way to sell more books, your planners, your ebooks, whatever! But learning the strategy is important – because you don’t just want to pin a bunch of your product images on Pinterest and expect the best. There’s a planned, strategic way to go about this, and that’s what I teach!

Learn more about selling books on Pinterest – what’s working, what’s popular, and how you need to watch and listen to your Pinterest analytics. 

As an author, are you going to want to be on Pinterest as an active platform to market your book? The answer is a resounding yes. Here’s why (and you can watch the video too, by all means.)

  • Pinterest has over 200 million users.
  • 50% of those users are international (outside the US).
  • 80% of users shop and pin on Pinterest using their mobile device.
  • 100+ billion pins exist on Pinterest
  • 72% of pinners find new brands, products and services on Pinterest

Let me tell you a little bit about Pinterest and why it’s relevant for authors. Pinterest is where people plan their lives, and if people are planning, they may be choosing or discovering what they’ll be wanting to read or watch next. People on Pinterest are open to new possibilities and ideas. Because of this, you’re going to get strong results. This is a search engine; not social media like some people will tell you.

I’ve seen some horrible advice about Pinterest being given to authors – “create boards about your book and what you like as an author” – “pin your favorite recipes and fashion items so they can get to know you better”. This is some of the worst advice you can get as a marketer on Pinterest – because those things are not relevant to search or even to your reader.

On Pinterest, you’re going to find highly-engaged users who are searching for inspiration and products to buy. You’re not going to get a conversion to your books if you’re pinning the latest fashion trends or your favorite waffle recipes. That’s just not how this platform works. You WILL get a conversion, like I have, if you focus on keywords and visual imagery, along with the main issue – relevance to search.

Every single niche in the book market is represented on Pinterest. This can be verified simply by doing a search and watching the example keywords people have used in the search bar pull up.

Because Pinterest is such a huge opportunity to grow your email list, too, without having to give your book away for free, I’ve focused my attention on developing a course specific to authors and how to set up your Pinterest account and website to help you dominate this platform and sell more books.

The best part? It drives endless traffic to your website, increases your subscriber list, and the pins don’t disappear. As long as you keep the pin up, it will get saved by hundreds if not thousands of people for as long as Pinterest is around.

Let me show you how to do everything you need to do and learn about Pinterest – take my course!

One of the most popular questions I get asked in my inbox, whether it’s over email or my Pinterest account, is how I got so big on Pinterest.

It actually took a lot of planning, thought, and digging deep. And work, of course. 

Growing on Pinterest, no doubt, takes some strategy. It requires listening to your analytics, observing what is happening to your boards, and learning to amplify – not spam. 

Honestly, most accounts that are at 150k monthly viewers are really struggling to figure out how to get more traffic. How do you do that without having to blog 18-gazillion times a day and not annoy your tribe mates and other followers? 

There’s a definite strategy to all of this. If you’d like to learn how to do it once and for all, keep reading. 

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