Positively Pinterest

Marketing on Pinterest can be difficult to get started and gain a following, so you need to be consistent in your marketing. Pinterest is a popular and valuable channel for almost any small business, though makers and marketers alike are often puzzled by Pinterest because it’s so different than more conventional platforms.
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In this starter guide, we’ll outline all of the fundamentals of using Pinterest for marketing, including how to set up your profile, how to optimize your pins, how to advertise on the platform, and last but not least, how to measure your results.

What is Pinterest?

Pinterest is a social media platform that lets users (“pinners”) save pins that contain links, descriptions, and images onto different boards for later use. These boards can be secret (hidden) or public. Users can create Pinterest pins by uploading images and links manually, stumble across pins they want to see in their feed, or find pins they’re looking for via search. The latter two are great opportunities to market to future customers.

Pinterest is a must for Creatives everywhere

Course information

Date:
Tuesday 28th January 2020

Time:
13.00 – 16.00

Address:
J J Textile Ltd , Catton Estate, Walton-on-Trent, nr Lichfield, DE12 8LN

Price:
£49.00 per person
Limited Availability

Your presenters

Mark Northall

Mark Northall

For the last 10 years Mark has developed and actioned strategies for over 300 Small businesses from a wide variety of sectors who have benefited from additional website traffic and sales.

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