The Cynsational Entrepreneur
Pinterest is a great tool to gain traffic and increase brand exposure for your business. (See here … and here ... a here ). I discuss Pinterest with other users often. We understand and know the terms and topics. Many business owners and bloggers don't understand Pinterest. And it can be intimidating if you aren't familiar with it. Here is an infographic on the Pinterest basics: Pins and Boards.
Here are 7 more tips on how to up your Pinterest marketing results:
1. Claim your website
Sounds simple enough, but often this step is overlooked. You can claim you website with a meta tag or by uploading an HTML file to your website. Either way, you will need to know how to add HTML code.
When you visit the profile page for your Pinterest business account you will see two new options in the upper left hand corner next to the Pinterest icon. ANALYTICS and ADS. Each has its own drop down menu.
Click on Overview and you will get a quick look at how your account is performing. To dig a little deeper, click on one of the following: Profile, People You Reach, or Website.
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