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Discover The Key To Success As A Pinterest Account Manager

Not all social media is the same! Learn why and how you can become a successful Pinterest account manager.

Hello, I’m Anna from White Glove Social Media Marketing. 

Welcome to my new course: How to Become A Pinterest Account Manager 

This course is designed for people who already know Pinterest inside and out. If you still have questions about what to pin, how to create board descriptions or when to pin to reach your target audience, then you are not ready for this course. This course expects that you already understand how to use Pinterest. This course is going to show you how to become a professional Pinterest Account Manager.

This course is designed for:

1) Employees who work in marketing as a social media manager or a Pinterest account manager
2) Social media marketing agencies who want to offer Pinterest account management services to their customers and prospects
3)Business owners 
4)Anyone looking to create a new income stream while working from home

This course will show you the fastest and easiest way to become an effective professional Pinterest Account Manager.  

Whether you work in the marketing department for a company and manage your own corporate account or you want to set up a business as a Pinterest Account Manager and earn a serious income, this course is for you.

There is a growing need for Pinterest Account Managers.

Four key reasons why you should take this course:

1)You learn all of my trade secrets, which saves you two years of trial and error.

2)I am an actual and current Pinterest Account Manager, not some blogger wannabe who thinks they are qualified to teach you how but has never actually managed any accounts. I was able to earn a six figure income in only my second year of managing Pinterest accounts for brands and businesses, I have proven know-how that gets financial results, this is not theory. 

3) You receive my proven templates and checklists that I use every day to manage account and I walk you through how I use them to run my business, step-by-step.

4) It’s complete. Every step and action required to be a professional Pinterest Account Manager is accounted for and will be shown to you in the proper sequence, in order for you to succeed

Think about this:

You already think you know how to use Pinterest but using Pinterest personally and managing one or more Pinterest accounts professionally for a business are two very different things.

It’s up to you. Are you going to manage Pinterest accounts the hard way or the easy way?

My course gives you a proven blueprint for the easy way.

It will give you the information necessary put your existing strengths to work and take them to the next level whether you manage a Pinterest account for the company you work for or as an entrepreneur looking to create new serious income.

And if you want to learn how to manage Pinterest accounts as a business for yourself, you’ll learn how to get set up and successfully acquire customers too.

This is my proven, step-by-step system that I use to get business and manage accounts professionally. 

If you want to earn more, you have to learn more. 

Click here to see more details about what is included in this powerful, proven Pinterest account management course. http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/become-pinterest-account-manager/

MAJOR BONUS INCLUDED:

For a limited time, when you invest in this course you will also receive two x thirty minute one-on-one coaching sessions with me (value $397). Get all your questions answered directly and quickly.  Save time, do a better job.

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How To Set-Up A Business As A Pinterest Account Manager

Hello, I’m Anna from White Glove Social Media Marketing. 

Welcome to my new course: How to Become A Pinterest Account Manager 

This course is designed for people who already know Pinterest inside and out. If you still have questions about what to pin, how to create board descriptions or when to pin to reach your target audience, then you are not ready for this course. This course expects that you already understand how to use Pinterest. This course is going to show you how to become a professional Pinterest Account Manager.

This course is designed for:

1) Employees who work in marketing as a social media manager or a Pinterest account manager
2) Social media marketing agencies who want to offer Pinterest account management services to their customers and prospects
3)Business owners 
4)Anyone looking to create a new income stream while working from home

This course will show you the fastest and easiest way to become an effective professional Pinterest Account Manager.  

Whether you work in the marketing department for a company and manage your own corporate account or you want to set up a business as a Pinterest Account Manager and earn a serious income, this course is for you.

There is a growing need for Pinterest Account Managers.

Four key reasons why you should take this course:

1)You learn all of my trade secrets, which saves you two years of trial and error.

2)I am an actual and current Pinterest Account Manager, not some blogger wannabe who thinks they are qualified to teach you how but has never actually managed any accounts. I was able to earn a six figure income in only my second year of managing Pinterest accounts for brands and businesses, I have proven know-how that gets financial results, this is not theory. 

3) You receive my proven templates and checklists that I use every day to manage account and I walk you through how I use them to run my business, step-by-step.

4) It’s complete. Every step and action required to be a professional Pinterest Account Manager is accounted for and will be shown to you in the proper sequence, in order for you to succeed

Think about this:

You already think you know how to use Pinterest but using Pinterest personally and managing one or more Pinterest accounts professionally for a business are two very different things.

It’s up to you. Are you going to manage Pinterest accounts the hard way or the easy way?

My course gives you a proven blueprint for the easy way.

It will give you the information necessary put your existing strengths to work and take them to the next level whether you manage a Pinterest account for the company you work for or as an entrepreneur looking to create new serious income.

And if you want to learn how to manage Pinterest accounts as a business for yourself, you’ll learn how to get set up and successfully acquire customers too.

This is my proven, step-by-step system that I use to get business and manage accounts professionally. 

If you want to earn more, you have to learn more

Click here to see more details about what is included in this powerful, proven Pinterest account management course. http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/become-pinterest-account-manager/

MAJOR BONUS INCLUDED:

For a limited time, when you invest in this course you will also receive two x thirty minute one-on-one coaching sessions with me. Get all your questions answered directly and quickly.  Save time, do a better job.

#PinterestAccountManager   #PinterestForBusiness   #PinterestCourse  
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How To Become A Pinterest Account Manager
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Hello, I’m Anna from White Glove Social Media Marketing. 

Welcome to my new course: How to Create Your Own Pinterest Account Management Business 

This course is designed for entrepreneurs and social media marketers who want to offer Pinterest account management services to their customers and prospects, or for anyone looking to create a business or a new income stream.

This course will show you how to set up a business as a Pinterest account manager and potentially earn a great living.

I wrote this course because I know there are millions of people around the world looking to create new business income and because Pinterest is becoming an important platform for businesses.  

There is a growing need for Pinterest account managers.

In this course, I share all of my trade secrets with you and show you exactly how I was able to earn a six figure income in only my second year of managing Pinterest accounts for brands and businesses. 

In every chapter, I’ll give you templates and checklists to walk you through what I do to run my business, step-by-step. Every step and action is accounted for and will be shown to you.

Some of you might think, “Why would I need this course when I already know how to use Pinterest?”

Well, here’s the answer:

Knowing how to use Pinterest for yourself is very different from managing someone else’s business Pinterest account. For example, you might be great at selling shoes but could you actually manage a shoe store? The two jobs are simply not the same. 

This course will give you the information necessary to get set up, successfully acquire customers, and then manage business Pinterest accounts for your clients.

This is my proven, step-by-step system that I use to get business and manage accounts professionally. 

If you want to earn more, you have to learn more. 

If you want to be the first to get access to this, receive an early bird discounted price and get my special launch bonus, then sign up below to get on the waiting list.

http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/become-pinterest-account-manager/

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Pinterest Expert Reveals Five Ways Pinterest Is Beating Facebook
http://www.forbes.com/sites/onmarketing/2015/02/04/five-ways-pinterest-is-beating-facebook/

This article is by +Troy Ireland managing partner at Digital Current, a conversion-based digital-marketing agency specializing in content marketing and SEO.

Pinterest has always seemed like Facebook’s cozy little sister. Instead of sharing news articles and memes, Pinterest users (mostly women) curate pages of living room furniture and Halloween party recipes.

But underestimating Pinterest would be a huge mistake. “As social networks go, Pinterest doesn’t get a whole lot of respect,” wrote Kevin Roose in a New York magazine article. “Which will make it even more surprising when Pinterest eats its competitors alive.”

That May 2014 prediction appears to be coming true. Just after the holidays, IBM Digital Analytics released a report showing that overall holiday online sales were up 13.9% for the 2014 season. They looked specifically at Facebook and Pinterest sales and reported on a very interesting statistic: “Facebook referrals drove an average of $101.38 per order, while Pinterest referrals averaged $105.75 per order.”

Since its launch in 2010, the scrapbooking, image-pinning site has been steadily growing and picking up pace. It is estimated to have approximately 70 million active users and is worth about $5 billion. That’s a drop in the bucket compared to Facebook’s 1.2 billion daily users and $210 billion market cap. But Pinterest is growing quickly and, unlike Facebook, the whole setup of Pinterest is designed to move products.

“Pinterest’s power is the volume of referral traffic it generates,” explains Jason Miles, author of the book “Pinterest Power.” “When it comes to that metric, it is already in very rarefied air. The top four sources of referral traffic are organic search, direct typing of a URL, Facebook and then Pinterest.” And if Pinterest can get to 280 million users, it could easily surpass Facebook in terms of driving Internet traffic (and purchases), according to Miles.

To help marketers take advantage of all of this user-generated enthusiasm, Pinterest has started selling Promoted Pins, which are ads that look like Pinterest images and content shared between users. “[They are] sounding the call that Pinterest is open for business and that it wants to compete for ad dollars with the likes of Google, Twitter and Facebook,” according to CNBC.

In many ways, Pinterest is actually already ahead of Facebook. “Pinterest Expert” Anna Cadiz Bennett talked to one of my colleagues about why you might be better off funneling your social media marketing funds to Pinterest:

Visual content marketing: The visuals on Pinterest are clear, clean and engaging. There are lots of reasons why visual content is important for a marketing campaign, but probably the most important is that it grabs instant attention and is quickly processed by the human brain.

1) Shelf life: Pins last and are easily available forever. On Facebook, they are around for only a few hours (if you’re lucky). “On Pinterest, everything you create and pin lives forever,” Bennett says. “I have blogs from two years ago that are still being shared. No other socials are doing that. In terms of ROI, that’s phenomenal.”

2) Intent to buy: If you’re lurking around on Pinterest, you are probably looking to purchase something. According to Shopify, “The average order coming from Pinterest is $80, higher than any other site including Google, Amazon and Facebook, which has an average of $40.” On Facebook (or Twitter) you tend to be there for a conversation.

3) Promoted Pins: Maybe the best tool out there for marketers. They hardly look like ads, they are heavily shared and they are now open to all advertisers.According to Pinterest, “Brand advertisers achieved about a 30% bump in earned media (free impressions!) from their campaigns.” Pinterest now even has an analytics panel as part of its Pinterest for Business tools.

4) Large female audience on Pinterest: Approximately 85% of Pinterest users are women — and women have $7 trillion in buying power. “Women on Pinterest are 30% more likely to shop or buy online than the average woman, and Pinterest users spend nearly two times the norm,” according to Comscore 2014.

This year, especially as Promoted Pins open up to everyone, will be telling as to how our companies and brands are affected by this relatively new stream of marketing. As marketers adjust their brand plans and start figuring out how to be successful on this powerful social media site, there may be a few growing pains. I would love to hear about any concerns or major problems you have had marketing on Pinterest for a potential future article. If you have your own conclusions about Pinterest’s marketing evolution please share them in the comments below.

        
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I heard about it but thanks for sharing this article is amazing +Anna Bennett 
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Maximize Pinterest for Business
I'll be +Wade Harman's guest on Jan 29th at 2pm PST. 

I'll be covering:
1) Understanding analytics
2) When is the best time to pin
3) When to incorporate Pinterest into our blogs
4) What to do with third party sites for Pinterest

I hope you can make it! 
 
Maximize Pinterest for Business

This week I'll be joined by Pinterest marketing expert +Anna Bennett to talk about some things we can do to help us on the Pinterest platform.  Understanding analytics, when is the best time to pin, when to incorporate Pinterest into our blogs, and what to do with third party sites for Pinterest.

Find Anna Here http://whiteglovesocialmedia.com

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Pinterest Expert Asks: Do You Want More Repins? Avoid These 7 Deadly Pinterest Mistakes
http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/Pinterest-Expert-do-you-want-more-repins-avoid-these-7-deadly-pinterest-mistakes/

Did you know that Pinterest is removing all affiliate links?

That means all trackable links that enable Pinners who share them in order to; earn commissions on traffic or sales. Ouch!  According to a Pinterest spokesperson “We observed affiliate links and redirects causing irrelevant Pins in feeds, broken links and other spammy behavior. We believe this change will enable us to keep the high bar of relevancy and quality Pinners expect from Pinterest”.

What that means to those of you who have been pinning affiliate links is that you’ll have to get serious about maximizing the time spent managing your Pinterest account to earn those same commissions.

As of April 2014 Pinterest has over 30 billion pins, half of them in the last six months and they’ve got 750 million boards. With those kinds of numbers it can be pretty daunting to think how you are going to stand out on Pinterest’s smart feed.

Look on the bright side. Doing the right things the correct way on Pinterest helps you look credible and competent, getting them wrong reflects poorly on your business.

Here are the 7 most common Pinterest pinning mistakes businesses make:

1) No relevant keywords in your pin description

Pinterest is much more than pinning a bunch of pretty pictures. In order for your images to rank higher within the Pinterest search engine (something you want as badly as a first page Google organic search ranking) you have to include at least one keyword describing your image.

According to Pinterest informative pins are up to 30% more engaging than other pins. Give pinners a reason to repin your image. What is your pin about, what will do for them or how will it benefit them? Why does it matter? Practice the WIIFM. Tell them clearly what value they can derive from the pin such as the educational “how to” tip, recipes, DYI, step-by step, time saving ideas etc. It really doesn’t have to be complicated. Remember that over 80% of Pinners use their mobile device so keep your pin descriptions to two sentences.

Pinterest Expert actionable tip: If you’re repinning create your own pin description and make it reflects what your target audience values.

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http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/Pinterest-Expert-do-you-want-more-repins-avoid-these-7-deadly-pinterest-mistakes/

HOW ABOUT YOU?
What else would you add to  this?

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Branding Expert +Andrea Beltrami Shares A Blogger’s Guide To Creating A Branded Watermark
Devour the article here: http://bit.ly/branded-watermarks

Watermarking isn't reserved for photographers anymore. It’s something you MUST add to your visual content  or you’re going to be missing out on some serious branding power.

In today's article I’m breaking down 5 effective styles of branded watermarks {with tons of examples} that foster brand recognition, elevate the perceived quality of visual content, and ensure owners get credit for their content.

Devour the article here: http://bit.ly/branded-watermarks

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You and you're watermark friggin ROCK +Anna Bennett! ;)
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Pinterest Expert Shares Pinterest Versus Facebook: Who’s The Real Winner for Ecommerce?
Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/pinterest-versus-facebook-whos-real-winner-ecommerce-01162113#E8BUjEBTXK6jz0W6.99

You can no longer ignore the formidable power of Pinterest. If you do, you are foolishly turning away sales. Many businesses think that Facebook is the obvious choice for their social media marketing because of its sheer growth in users. However since January 1st, organic visibility in the Facebook news feeds has gone down dramatically for businesses. This is partly due to the change Facebook made to reduce the use of push marketing messages.

With 1.35 billion active monthly users, Facebook continues to be the world’s largest social network by some margin, but when it comes to picking up new users the results appears to be trending downwards for them. New Research out today from the Global Web Index notes that Pinterest has taken the lead with a 57% growth rate while Facebook’s membership base grew by only 6% by comparison.

What’s that telling you? More and more people are flocking to Pinterest.

“Mostly, it’s the big brands that are interested in this visual network because Facebook isn’t working as well; they are looking elsewhere to find the sort of engagement that Facebook hasn’t delivered,” said Nate Elliott, vice president and principal analyst with Forrester Research.

Whereas Pinterest is established at the core as a social commerce platform Facebook is not and is now experimenting to become more known to business as a social commerce driver.  It looks like they are trying to evolve and catch up to Pinterest.

Pinterest on the other hand is operating full speed ahead and has been offering Promoted Pins which is a pay for click ad feature for quite some time. The cost per click might vary and the amount spent per day will be dependent on the number of clicks you receive. You’re competing against other people who are bidding to show their pins to a similar audience. This doesn’t mean that you’ll necessarily pay the full amount that you’ve bid, which is why you might see your average cost per click lower in your metrics. Pinterest is using a second-price auction model. That means you’ll only be charged what you would have needed to pay in order to beat the next bidder in the auction.

Facebook announced its Buy button test in July, saying it would be offered to a few small and medium-sized businesses in the United States. It looks to me like they are trying to offer businesses more value in order to catch up to the business driving value Pinterest is already delivering to its users.

According to multiple sources Pinterest could launch a “buy” button in as early as three to six months in some sort of a limited trial that would allow pinners to order and purchase things they discover on Pinterest Recode reports. Transactions would reportedly be handled by a payment company called Stripe, a San Francisco-based start-up that has similar deals in place with both Twitter and Facebook. At the Code/Media conference Joanne Bradford, head of Partnerships for Pinterest wouldn’t comment on plans for a “buy button,” or an eventual IPO. But she did say that the way people naturally behave on Pinterest sets it up for massive growth.

Pinterest, still in its infancy, now has the top spot in terms of buzz and attention for social commerce. Plus, in terms of measurable, financial business impact it is for sure producing big time. Which of course, is why businesses of all kinds; big and small are flocking to this visual discovery tool.

What’s promising for Pinterest’s business potential: two-thirds of all content on Pinterest is from businesses, and people seem to like that content – the platform has more than 30 billion Pins on more than 750 million boards.

Check out some of these stats:

Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/pinterest-versus-facebook-whos-real-winner-ecommerce-01162113#E8BUjEBTXK6jz0W6.99
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Pinterest Consultant Reveals The Best Time and Days to Pin On Pinterest
Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/best-time-days-pin-pinterest-01152667#Dey7bEx80jDSbjHy.99

If you’ve been following my articles you’ll know by now that I love using the latest research and techniques about how to use Pinterest effectively.

As a Pinterest consultant one of my jobs is to calculate, on behalf of my clients when to pin so I maximize the odds of getting my images repined.

I have come across case studies that claim they know the best times or days to pin on Pinterest. Although Pinterest’s algorithm has changed the way pins are showing on a pinner’s smart feed it’s still prudent to pin when your audience is on Pinterest. According to Piqora by pinning content while your followers are active on Pinterest, you can boost repins by 36%.

From my experience as a Pinterest account manager I can tell you is that it’s not black and white and there are a few things you need to consider before you start pinning your heart out.

The scrapbooking social network skews especially toward higher-income consumers, and especially women. Here are additional insights to Pinterest’s target audience:

1) According to comScore  out of Pinterest’s 72.5 million US visitors, 71% are women as of December 2013 but TechCrunch reports that men account for a third of new signups. In 2014, the number of male users in the US grew by 73%.

2) According to Pinterest they are seeing a 50-50 split between male and female Pinners in emerging markets like India, Korea and Japan. More men use Pinterest in the U.S. every month than read Sports Illustrated and GQ combined.

A Pinterest spokesperson tells WebProNews “We’re not only growing among males, but on the coasts, monthly active usage is much higher than other parts of the country. For example, New York is growing 50% faster than Minnesota and DC 78% faster than Utah. The fastest growing states are Hawaii, New Jersey, Maryland, New York and Rhode Island.”

On the gender note, the top interests followed by men include (in order): men’s apparel, technology, travel, gardening, recipes, gadgets, design, luxury cars, tattoos, and camping. Trending searches by men include: men’s short hair, cinema 4d, ham radio, cool watches for men, men’s tattoo ideas, fixed gear, shoulder tattoo men, hifi, rat rod, and kayak fishing.

Pinterest also shared some high-growth categories (% from 2013-2014):

Geek: 175%
Cars & Motorcycles: 134%
Men’s Fashion: 122%
Architecture: 119%
Gardening: 91%
Humor: 88%
Health & Fitness: 84%
% growth in categories from 2012-2014:

Geek: 1414%
Cars & Motorcycles: 844%
Men’s Fashion: 787%
Architecture: 657%
Health & Fitness: 531%
Gardening: 572%
Humor: 427%

3) The Association of Magazine Media reports that Harper’s Bazaar was the top magazine brand on Pinterest with 4.7 million followers, while Better Homes & Gardens, Martha Stewart Living, This Old House, Real Simple and Health also fell within the top 10.

When it came to the brands experiencing the most growth on the platform, many were actually male-focused. Wired is clearly making a major effort to build its Pinterest audience—it had a nearly 150% increase in followers between August and October. Meanwhile, men’s brands like The Family Handyman (up 55%), Popular Mechanics (up 37%) and Sports Illustrated (up 30%) are also seeing rapid Pinterest expansion.

4) In 2014, Tumblr and Pinterest captivated the youngest audiences; 70 percent of these users are between the ages of 16 and 34.

5) 65% of Millennial mom’s use Pinterest.

Bottom line: It really depends on your business and your audience. Here are some things you need to figure out so you can maximize your time on Pinterest:

Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/best-time-days-pin-pinterest-01152667#Dey7bEx80jDSbjHy.99

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Your welcome +Danielle Miller Email at anna@whiteglovesocialmedia.com- would love to hear your ideas! I'll be at the SM Examiner conference in March - are you going? 
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Pinterest Expert Shares New Improvements For Pinterest’s Promoted Pins (Ads)
Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/new-improvements-pinterests-promoted-pins-ads-01144380#hAfkRH0Gi1Y3K42E.99

If you have an ecommerce site and you want to reach more people and target a specific audience on Pinterest one of the best ways to do that through Promoted Pins.

The DIY Promoted Pins is an ad that you pay for on Pinterest. Don’t even second guess whether you think this is worth your money. It is and I’ll tell you why later.

Pinterest has become a marketer’s gold mine. Why? Because people are pinning stuff they love, want and need. No need to create focus groups. Pinners are literally telling you what they want to buy.

So far Bradford, a Pinterest executive, revealed some impressive data gathered from the Promoted Pins beta launch:

1) Pinterest claims the average promoted pins are shared 11 times, on average, meaning advertisers get about a 30% bump in earned media for their campaigns. What that means is for every $1,000 in advertising dollars the brands received $300 more worth of free impressions.

2) Like other Pinterest content, promoted pins also have a long tail, Bradford. Promoted Pins got a 5% increase in earned media a month after a campaign ended.

3) Brands both in and out of Pinterest’s core categories found success. From financial services to food to automotive, brands from a wide array of industries saw results, according to Pinterest’s research.

Plus the power of the Promoted Pins just got stronger, in 3 ways:

Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/new-improvements-pinterests-promoted-pins-ads-01144380#hAfkRH0Gi1Y3K42E.99

Over to you 

Have you tried the Promoted Pins? If so, did it generate ROI for you?

PIN IT & READ FOR LATER http://www.pinterest.com/pin/30751209932107529/

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I'm pumped to be on +Wade Harman show tomorrow. I'd love to answer your questions about Pinterest marketing for business so I hope you can afford the time to tune in. 
 
Maximize Pinterest for Business

This week I'll be joined by Pinterest marketing expert +Anna Bennett to talk about some things we can do to help us on the Pinterest platform.  Understanding analytics, when is the best time to pin, when to incorporate Pinterest into our blogs, and what to do with third party sites for Pinterest.

Find Anna Here http://whiteglovesocialmedia.com

Subscribe!

I hope you enjoy the show enough to go sign up for my email list!  You will get top tips on social marketing and content help as well as blogging tips that can help you succeed in this industry!  Subscribe here: http://wade.tips/InsideList

Listen to the Podcast: http://wade.tips/1CKZHcU

Disclaimer

If you have posted to this event page, I will assume that you enjoy the content that the Relationship Marketing show produces and will include you in a HOA invite circle where I will notify you of future shows.  If you would rather I didn't include you, please let me know!

#pinterestmarketing   #pinteresttips   #pinningtips   #pinterestmarketingstrategy   #socialmediamarketing   #socialmediatips  
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Pinterest Expert Shares Pinterest 101 for Business: Focus on Your Target Audience’s Interests
Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/pinterest-101-business-focus-target-audiences-interests-01132148#qxPf1teT81jUYKII.99

One of the biggest challenges that business owners have in the early stages of operating their Pinterest business accounts is trying to figure out what content to create.

As a Pinterest consultant I get this question asked over and over. How long will take for me to get traffic to my website from Pinterest? You know the saying “Rome wasn’t built in a day”… well that holds true for your Pinterest business account as well. For starters, Pinterest is not just about pushing your products and services. Brands and businesses need to focus on your target audience’s interests. Figure out how you can help them pursue those interests. Offering helpful advice makes you their trusted resource.

A great example of this is Ziploc. Ziploc has only nine boards with only 960 pins and they have attracted over 32,486 followers. They do a great job of showing you how to use Ziploc to make your life easier. Get it?  This helpful focused, indirect selling approach is everything on Pinterest.

Home organization is a popular trending topic this time of the year and they show you how to free up valuable real estate by storing infrequently used items in large Ziploc Space Bags. They are not shoving product pictures at you from every angle but what they are doing is showing you helpful tips on how to use their product into your everyday life to help you get more organized.

Read more at http://www.business2community.com/pinterest/pinterest-101-business-focus-target-audiences-interests-01132148#qxPf1teT81jUYKII.99

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Pinterest Expert Anna Bennett is the owner of White Glove Social Media and co-founder of Peak Performance. Her 30+ years of experience in retail operations and business coaching is the rock solid foundation for her dynamic marketing and training services. Anna is the author of Pinterest Marketing For Business Master Online Course and How To Become A Pinterest Account Manager and has been featured in Forbes Magazine.
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Anna Bennett is the owner of White Glove Social Media and co-founder of True North Marketing. Her 30+ years of experience in retail operations and business coaching is the rock solid foundation for her dynamic marketing and training services. Anna is the author of Pinterest Marketing For Business Master Online Course and How To Become A Pinterest Account Manager and has been featured in Forbes Magazine. She has quickly taken the lead in the competitive and rapidly changing world of social media marketing and in 2014, Sean Gardner, bestselling author and Forbes #1 Social Media Power Influencer, praised Anna as a well respected Pinterest expert and predicted that “as Pinterest grows and becomes a monster platform” audiences should “look to see her name even more.”

In 2012, Anna decided to combine her years of success as a business owner and coach with one of the fastest growing social media platforms: Pinterest. The result? White Glove Social Media Marketing. Under Anna’s scrupulous direction, business owners, marketers, bloggers, and entrepreneurs have learned to harness Pinterest’s phenomenal marketing potential. As a certified social media strategist and Pinterest Expert, Anna uses her superpowers--speed, attention to detail, delivering customer ROI, and a knack for finding humor in everything--to ensure every client receives white glove treatment.

Before bursting onto the social media scene, Anna dazzled as an international beauty pageant winner, instructed for John Casablancas International Modeling & Talent Agency, won the national retail president’s club sales award (twice!), owned and operated a best-in-class luxury day spa, offered consulting and coaching to day spa owners, and even developed her own line of cosmetics. In 2012, she obtained her certified social media marketing strategist designation through InstantETraining, based in Chicago.

It is her background as a personal development seminar leader for Brian Tracy’s network, however, that Anna credits as the secret sauce behind her energy and drive. That experience led to the development of her “white glove” business philosophy, which strives for precision, thoroughness, and attention to even the smallest detail.

In real life, Anna is a loving wife, lifelong learner, interior decorating aficionado, obsessive crafter, tennis nut, unwilling angler (she will never go deep sea fishing again!), and enthusiastic NFL fan (go Broncos!). Her goal is to help you create, improve or integrate the power of Pinterest to grow your business bigger and faster, and to have some fun along the way.

As a Pinterest expert and consultant I offer the following Pinterest online courses designed for social media marketers, bloggers, brands, businesses and entrepreneurs:

1) Pinterest Marketing For Business Online Course 

http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/pinterest-marketing-for-business/

2) How to Become A Pinterest Account Manager

http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/become-pinterest-account-manager/

As a Pinterest Expert & consultant I offer the following solutions to help brands and businesses supercharge traffic & sales growth with Pinterest:

1) One-on-one coaching

http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/pinterest-coaching-one-on-one/

2) A thorough review & assessment of your Pinterest business page to determine the effectiveness of your Pinterest strategies

http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/pinterest-strategic-page-review/

3) Pinterest business account set-up & Pinterest account management

http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/pinterest-account-management/

5) Pinterest newsletter: yearly subscription

http://www.whiteglovesocialmedia.com/pinterest-monthly-newsletter/

Pinterest Expert Anna Bennett has been featured in:

Forbes Magazine 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/onmarketing/2015/02/04/five-ways-pinterest-is-beating-facebook/

The Road To Social Media Success Book

Author Sean Gardner, Forbes' #1 Social Media Power Influencer

Cision Top 50 Rich Media Social Influencers To Follow on Twitter

http://www.cision.com/us/2015/01/top-50-rich-media-social-influencers-to-follow-on-twitter/#.VLfFCEuK7Uc.facebook

Portada: The leading source on Latin marketing & media

http://www.portada-online.com/2014/11/06/social-shopping-and-hispanics-a-hidden-opportunity-for-social-media-roi/

JCK Magazine

http://www.jckonline.com/2014/09/04/coming-attractions-newest-developments-in-retail

iBlog Magazine

http://www.jckonline.com/2014/09/04/coming-attractions-newest-developments-in-retail

Top 99 Social Media Marketing Blog List 2014

http://www.godotmedia.com/content-marketing-resources/top-99-social-media-marketing-blogs-list/

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