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Should you promote a pin? A top questions business owners ask when they just want to "pay to play" the Pinterest game. The short answer is

Should You Promote a Pin?

Should you promote a pin? A top questions business owners ask when they just want to “pay to play” the Pinterest game. The short answer is... Click to read More

Trying to figure out how to get people to click on your pins? Read these 4 tips on how to create a clickable pin to increase traffic to your site.

How to Create a Clickable Pin

Trying to figure out how to get people to click on your pins? Read these 4 tips on how to create a clickable pin to increase traffic to your site. Click to read more...

Where to focus with Pinterest? Monthly viewers or followers. This is a common question read quickly to make sure you are focusing on the right numbers!

Where to Focus with Pinterest

Where to focus with Pinterest? Monthly viewers or followers. This is a common question read quickly to make sure you are focusing on the right numbers!

Do you desperately need leads?

Do you ever feel like you’ve spent all that time on a post only for 1 person to see it?

What about that fantastic freebie or class you just launched.  No one signed up?

It can be so frustrating to put all your time into something and not see any result.

Pinterest is a key platform to consistently generating you new leads each and every day.

Your blog posts have 10x longer lifespan than Facebook and Instagram posts.  Not only that, but people will share your content for FREE!  Yea, it’s totally awesome and great social proof.   

So, how in the world do you get people to click on your pins, sign up for your freebie, and buy from you?

The first step of that puzzle, is Pinterest.  

Click here and I’ll share my 6 step strategy to increase your traffic and sales with Pinterest here

but if you prefer more one-on-one support, lets set up a short call where we can dig in to what you need and solve your biggest problem.  

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FREE because you really need to learn how to start getting those leads!

Welcome! I'm Charisse,

I teach business owners who desperately want to grow their traffic but are frustrated with having to spend money for ads.

You’ll learn techniques and strategies to get more leads using Pinterest with out spending hours pinning each day OR needing to purchase 3rd party applications to pin for them.

With 3 years experience at epic-ly failing with Pinterest and finally getting traction and braving doing paid ads, I tanked again once the ad stopped. Devastated, I spent the next 6 months developing a system and have jumped back up growing traffic more each month increasing my leads and sales. 

(Hint: it didn’t included tailwind more more than 10 min a day on Pinterest)

When I’m not teaching and on calls with my clients, I can be found in a messy house chasing around my 4 young kids, running or watching chick flicks with my Bahama Bucks or Ben and Jerrys’, I’m addicted to both.

If you’re dying to know more, here are 4 things you don’t know about me.

-I grew up running around barefoot in Arizona loving the heat and sun.
-I also enjoyed milking cows and feeding chickens ( but not roosters, those suckers are just plain rude).
-I LOVE anything food storage related and making thins from scratch
-I belong to the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and LOVE the family I have there.

Do you think we’d be a good fit to work together?  Let’s see!  Sign up for a short call and see if Pinterest is right for your business, and if we connect 🙂 

“After our call it was great!  I felt like I knew exactly what I needed to do.  We had an easy to follow game plan and I was excited to start working on it!  You knew what you were talking about and you were great at making sure I understood everything.  I learned a ton!” -Calli W

“Thank you.  That was very helpful.  I’ve never had that kind of feed back before.” -Susan Y

“I have been doing the things you suggested and I have seen improvement.” -Lisa M

“It was valuable talking to you.  What I liked about today was that It was one-on-one, we were free to discuss our thoughts.  I got to learn so much about things that I hand’t heard of before.” -Swati S.