Oh Pinterest. Let’s be real we all love to hate Pinterest.
One minute Pinterest loves us. The next minute we’re barely getting any traffic. And with Pinterest becoming a publicly traded company it seems like they are doing everything to keep people on Pinterest instead of going to your website.
Which is why on today’s episode of the inbox besties podcast I’m interviewing Laura Pike a professional Pinterest manager. She’s give you in the insider knowledge that’s helped her clients traffic up almost overnight.
Including what you should be putting on your Pinterest images to not only get them to rank but so people will actually click on your images.
We also discuss:
- Should be using Canva to create your pins
- Should you put the price of your products on your pins that go to sales pages
- How you can find out if your stockphotos are actually helping or hurting your reach
- The one tool that can make all the difference in your keywording
- What kind of fonts you should never use
- How many pins you should be creating per blog post
- When you should pin your pins
And more Pinterest tips you need to know about right now.
Learn more about Laura:
👋 Laura Rike is a Pinterest Strategist who helps high-performing business owners implement content growth plans, outsource their visibility and steadily grow their monthly revenue through her signature growth to greatness framework with done for you services and course packages.
She has helped clients and students bring in over 50k+ in monthly revenue. Her clients have become industry leaders with 6-figure businesses and are growing sustainably by ranking on the first page of Google and getting targeted email leads daily.
Laura has been featured on Social Media Examiner, Tailwind, MeetEdgar, and Ecamm Network. If you need a place to start, she offers a Pinterest toolkit here so that you can start getting more visible online & grow sustainably by ranking on the first page of Google and getting targeted email leads daily.