Pinterest Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses

This blog post is all about making Pinterest marketing easy for you. In 5 steps, the Fab Pin Roadmap teaches you what you need to know so you too can get started successfully with growing your business, visibility and list using Pinterest.

Maybe you’ve been THINKING about starting to use Pinterest… but you’re not sure if it’s right for you.


Maybe you already HAVE started using Pinterest, but things aren’t working very well (i.e. you’re getting little traffic and your list is growing slowly).

Either way, this post will help.

To be successful on using Pinterest for marketing your business, you need to establish STRONG foundations. And this is exactly what I’m showing you here how to do.

Learn how to use Pinterest to grow your small business and email list. In 5 easy steps, the Fab Pinterest Roadmap will teach you the Pinterest marketing strategies you need to get started successfully and grow your business with social media. #pinteresttips

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If you want to learn more about growing your business with Pinterest, download your FREE copy of the Fab Pinterest Roadmap.


Before You Begin

Watch this funny live video - well, at least I think it's funny! 😉 It teaches you an important lesson about getting started on Pinterest.

Success on Pinterest starts by setting up strong foundations. Follow these easy steps to get started on the right foot!

5 Simple Steps to Market on Pinterest in 2019


Step #1: Set up a business account

Having a business account on Pinterest is a MUST if you want to succeed. Not only it is free, but it will also enable several useful features and provide you with analytics. 

You’ll be able to track the number of people that see your content every day, as well as the number of people that actually click to your site. Analytics are a must to help you track your progress and tweak your strategies as needed. 

A marketing strategy without analytics is like throwing darts in the dark. So do yourself a favor, and set up a free Pinterest business account. It’s the first step in establishing strong foundations for your success on Pinterest.

You can either convert your existing personal account to business or create a new business one. 


Get your website verified

This will let Pinterest know that you own your website. It’s not a complicated process and it needs to be done if you want to be successful on Pinterest.  I give you exactly how to do this in my guide you can download for free.


Activate rich pins

This will add your website information to your pins, such as your website name, blog post or product headline and a description. It'll help you rank in the Pinterest search engine. 

Pinterest users do 2 Billion searches every month. Make sure it’s easy for them to find you.

Pinterest users make 2 Billion searches every single month. Yep, you read that right… 2 billion searches a month! 

So do yourself a favor and activate rich pins so Pinterest users can find your content.


Step #3: Create your profile

Add a profile picture that stands out. Create a keyword-rich profile name and description.

On my Pinterest profile, I’ve added a picture of myself that stands out and is aligned with my brand colors. I’ve also added keywords that I want to rank for in my profile name as well as my profile description.


Step #4: Create boards

Create 10-15 on-brand boards with keyword-rich descriptions.

Let me give you an example of what a "keyword-rich description" is.

Let’s use an example of someone that provides web design services. We'll search in Pinterest for “web design”. The keywords that appear in the guided search words (located just below the search bar) are words that rank the most for web design.

Simply use some of those keywords when crafting your board descriptions. It will help them rank better in search over time.

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Step #4: Create viral pins

Pinterest is a visual search platform, and as such, creating visually attractive graphics are a must to drive traffic to your site. 

To help you create irresistible pins, head over to this post on how to design stunning Pinterest graphics that make people click.

And if you want to save time (who doesn't!) without the hassle of having to create your own templates, then you can simply grab my Fab Pin Templates. They are beautifully-designed Pinterest templates that I've created for you and optimized for the most clicks over a period of 1 year. Head over here to find out more.


Step #5: Pin with consistency

Pin high-quality content, and maintain consistency day in, day out. I highly recommend automating this through Tailwind.

It’s a scheduler approved by Pinterest that will make it possible for you to pin without skipping a day. It’s what I use to make my Pinterest process efficient and put my traffic on autopilot.

Read this post to find out How to Use Tailwind.

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How can I use Pinterest for marketing?

While Pinterest may seem daunting at first, some know-how will help you set your business up for success and get organic traffic.

Pinterest is such an amazing platform for driving traffic and growing your email list fast, I can't stop raving about it!

This free roadmap will help you get started successfully.


Grab Your FREE Pinterest Roadmap

If you want to learn more about growing your business with Pinterest, download your FREE copy of the Fab Pinterest Roadmap.


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