GROW ON PINTEREST
3 DAY CHALLENGE
Generate consistent traffic and sales for your online offers with Pinterest
Are you a pet business owner with online products, services or a course to sell?
Well listen up my friend. Because if you’re struggling to sell your online offers, this Pinterest challenge is for you.
Pinterest is one of the most underrated platforms out there. But it’s a marketing haven for online pet businesses.
Because on Pinterest your people are actively searching for products and services just like yours. They’re far more primed to buy than Facebook users, Instagram users, (insert social platform here…)
In fact, shopping is a top priority for 48% of Pinterest users.
Meaning unlike other social channels, almost half of them are ready to open their wallet and buy from you. And with 322 million Pinterest users and with 30% growth year on year, that’s not to be sniffed at.
I’ve experienced its awesome power myself. It’s how I’ve grown my dog blog traffic to 16k visitors a month, without spending all my time there. In fact, it only takes up just a couple of hours of my time each month!
But it means I get thousands of people visiting and buying from my website, MONTH. AFTER. MONTH.
And since pins are essentially immortal, those pins I published years ago continue to drive traffic and sales. That kicks Facebook’s butt in terms of longevity. The lifespan of a Facebook post is a measly 3-6 hours.
When you’re in full swing on Pinterest, you could quite easily say goodbye to those budget-sucking Facebook ads. Pretty neat, right?
I’m on a mission to help online pet business owners understand how to unleash the awesome power of Pinterest for themselves. So they can supercharge their traffic and sales for their online offers, and make an impact in this world.
Grow on Pinterest is a free 3-day challenge. Where you’ll learn how to get started on the path to generate consistent traffic and sales for your online offers with Pinterest.
And if you sell:
Please note: I don’t suggest a Pinterest marketing strategy for every pet business. If your business relies on working with customers face-to-face, this isn’t for you. Pinterest is more difficult to target people in specific locations.
You just won’t get the kind of results I’m talking about here. And I wouldn’t want you to come away mad at me and feeling
like you’ve wasted your time!
You may think Pinterest is a bit of an enigma now, but by the end of this challenge you’ll know exactly how to use it, and what’s working now to grow your audience, customer base and revenue.
We kick off this Pinterest challenge extravaganza on February 8th. To join us, simply pop in your details below.
I can’t wait to welcome you inside!
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