Learning how to sell on Etsy is a goal of many crafters. The online platform has become ubiquitous in the crafting and hobby world, and with good reason. There are dozens of businesses on it making very good money, and hundreds more that are still growing.
Every social media platform has that key metric which helps you build your account, and your audience size. When it comes to Pinterest content marketing that key metric is your repin and like numbers. Those two statistics will shape how quickly your content spreads, and how well it attracts attention to your content.
Using Pinterest for business, both for direct marketing and indirect brand exposure, is quite popular lately. With clicks on Pinterest averaging 4 times more revenue than Twitter, my only wonder is why every business isn’t using it! Your biggest assets on Pinterest are going to be your followers, and the number of repins you can get. Having more followers means having more chances to get clicks. Having more repins means having more chances to get followers and more clicks. Keep reading and
Pinterest is the visual bookmarking tool with incredible marketing potential. If there’s one defining characteristic about people who use Pinterest it’s this: They are pinning things which they want to buy in the future. It’s a daydreamers social media platform. A true Pinterest marketer needs to be familiar with all of the vast number of tools at their disposal. Sure, the desktop version by itself can get some serious marketing done ...but what else is possible? And, more importantly, what
Learning how to pin on Pinterest is a great way to share your ideas, projects, and products online. Pinterest users are actively looking for new things to do in the DIY spirit of the social phenomenon, and are building communities that you can join. There are a number of different ways to pin on Pinterest, and we’ll look at all of them here. Get your pin finger ready!