GROW TRAFFIC ON YOUR WEBSITE WITH PINTEREST
Pinterest harnesses great potential to increase traffic on your website, leads and sales for your business. If used properly, it can become an active and powerful source of traffic. And it’s a traffic source that keeps giving, in some cases for months and years long after the initial pin was published.Learn more about using Pinterest for your brand, on the blog:
When it comes to visual marketing, it goes without saying - good photography and composition will skyrocket your brand. So the next time you’re designing pins for your blog, remember that Pinners look for beautifully curated content. This article is the first in a dedicated series that will help you understand what makes a viral pin, how to design it and where to find the best creative resources for it.
The travel agency business is not dead - even if competition might be more intense than ever before. If you’re ready to embrace the new way consumers are researching, planning and booking their trips, you can find powerful new opportunities to expand your reach and client base.
Over 40 million people in the US are on Pinterest every month for travel ideas. If you’re not yet on Pinterest, it’s time to do it. Check out my beginner’s guide to Pinterest for travel brands to learn how to get started with your Pinterest profile.
Competition in the bridal industry is fierce and bridal brands, whether big or small, family run stores, need any help they can get to build visibility for their business. Your bridal brand can’t afford to neglect Pinterest.
If you teach yoga and you’re looking for ways to inspire others, share that love on Pinterest. 63% of millennial pinners use Pinterest to discover new brands and products to buy. Share your favorite poses, your morning routines, your go-to stretches, your favorite books on yoga or your next meditation retreat. Your audience is on Pinterest and it is waiting for your content
I’ve been stuck brainstorming new blog ideas several times. And every single time, there was a mix of tools and data that helped me move forward and discover some great new content ideas that people were actually interested in learning more.
ONE DAY A WEEK IS ALL IT TAKES
One of the things I like to do to help me grow in digital marketing and in business is having one day a week where I learn, relearn, reread, listen to podcasts and basically just try to develop my skills as a human being, as an entrepreneur and as a digital marketing consultant. I share what I find interesting or good to know in this content series:
Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes: How to learn anything (podcast episode with Noah Kagan, the Chief Sumo at Sumo.com) and Facebook's Explore Feed feature.
Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes: How to craft viral content and how to build your virtual team and personal brand.
Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes: How to grow an email list using social media, PR and offline events, and how to identify, define and re-engage inactive email subscribers.
Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes: Learning about SEO for Shopify, what makes or breaks a pitch through cold emails and how to work with influencers to grow your business on Instagram.