Make Self-Auditing a Habit on Pinterest
And finally see a strategy that lasts!
If you’re here, it means your organic marketing with Pinterest isn’t pulling in the results you know it can.
Maybe you’ve seen others pull in thousands of leads using their Pinterest accounts, but even the crickets aren’t chirping over on yours…
Or perhaps you have tasted the sweet success that Pinterest has to offer only to wake up and find your pins are suddenly dead in the water…
I’m sorry to say but —
It’s not because there’s something wrong with Pinterest!
It’s almost certainly because you’re treating Pinterest like a “set and forget” platform!!
Your ideal leads and readers are out there right now looking for EXACTLY what you have to offer. Learning how to self-audit your Pinterest account is the bridge to finally connect you with them.
With this pre-recorded workshop, I not only guide you through my signature audit process (something I charge $197 to do for others!) but you’ll get the Self Audit Workbook to ensure you stay on track month-after-month, year-after-year.
By being able to self-audit your account, you’ll craft a successful Pinterest presence that brings in your ideal readers, grows your e-mail list daily, and connects you with eager buyers ready to invest in the success that is YOU.
Not only will you get lifetime access to the Self Auditing workshop, but you’ll receive a bonus workbook that will help you make the most of your Pinterest strategy.
Whether you’re a blogger or services provider, Pinterest can and WILL work for you – and it WON’T require you to spend hours every week making it happen!
And as if the workshop + workbook weren’t enough, you’ll also have e-mail access to me to ensure you finally build out a successful strategy that works.
Pinterest is a platform built to bring you your target market on a platter so how about it…ready to dive in?
It’s time to pin with a purpose!
How to Self Audit Your Pinterest Account
So if you’re not using Pinterest in a strategic way for your website, you could be missing out on thousands in potential income.
And what does that strategy look like?
While the steps may vary slightly depending on your goals, one thing that won’t change is the need for an audit!
Now you could pay someone like me to audit your account (which isn’t a bad thing when you’re too close to the problem to see the solutions) but you should also be doing a self-audit at LEAST once a quarter!
That’s why I’ve put together a self-auditing workshop that you can use repeatedly to ensure your best content is being seen by those who want it!
Pinterest was built to surface the right ideas to the right people at the right time.
Within this workshop, I’ll guide you step-by-step through ensuring your Pinterest presence is as strong and optimized as possible.
- How to ensure your board and pin descriptions are written to get your content in front of your target market
- Why a competitor analysis can be harmful
- When it’s time to leave a group board
- Which boards you should be adding and why
- How to cultivate new content ideas with ease
- A list of actions you can take immediately to improve and strengthen your account