My work on Pinterest has been recognized and I have been chosen by Pinterest as one of their top 15 Pinterest marketing business experts. What that means to you is that you have come to the right place, if you want to learn how to use Pinterest correctly to increase traffic to your website and blog and make more sales. And learn how to do so quickly and efficiently.
Pinterest is not just for businesses who sell products on line. Service business and brick and mortar businesses of all types & sizes use Pinterest too.
Pinterest matters to you because 96% of Pinterest users use Pinterest to research and gather information on products and services before they buy? And you want them buying from you
So if you’re a blogger, a publisher, a service company or a brick & mortar traditional type business you need to be on Pinterest.
Pinterestis hugely popular and effective at driving buying traffic to businesses and websites.
According to a study by Comscore the reason Pinterest is so effective is because 70% of online consumers go to Pinterest to get ideas and inspiration on what to buy. Let that sink in for a second.
70% of your customers go window shopping on Pinterest. You want them looking at your goods and services.
If you’re not leveraging Pinterest you are definitely losing out on website traffic, sales, brand awareness, and… letting your competition get ahead of you.
Here are some stats you need to know:
1) Pinterest is the 2nd largest driver of traffic from social media sites (next only to Facebook). That’s pretty impressive considering Facebook is at 6 yrs. older with over 10xs as many users
2) Pinterest users spend more than 2xs as much online compared to the average U.S. internet user. (Comscore)
3) 93% of Pinterest users have used Pinterest to plan for purchases. Pinterest users shop more often and spend more than any other social network.
4) People are on Pinterest with a buying mindset and they are future oriented. For marketers and businesses it’s heavenly because consumers are telling you what they love. It’s like a focus group.
Click the video tutorial below to see the rest.