You just started setting up your business Pinterest profile and are asked to claim your website.
4 years ago it took me about 2 months to get this process right.
But today, I’m going to show you how to do it in 5 min flat.
***This works if you have a WordPress account***
How to Claim your Website on Pinterest
Head on over here for a quick video on how to claim your website on Pinterest in 5 min or less.
To succeed with Pinterest, follow these steps
First, you want to make sure your profile is specifically created around your target client.
Because then Pinterest knows who you are serving, and can show your pins to the right client… and bring you qualified leads.
Second, you need to be consistent. Consistently show up on Pinterest pinning quality pins to help your target client.
You’ll want this to consist of other pins (here’s why) and fresh content from you (read how to easily create new content for Pinterest).
Third, you want to create quality pins that get clicks to your website. Clicks to your website are what’s going to get you new leads and sales, so making sure your Pins are leading to clicks, is key to success with Pinterest. This post will help you learn how to create pins for Pinterest.
Fourth, you need to implement good SEO and keywords. Your SEO and keywords allow Pinterest to know what your pins are about and to share them in the specific search feeds.
Sometimes it can be hard to figure out which ones are best, where to put them, and how to use them for the best growth and strategy. This class will teach you all of that.
At first, it can seem overwhelming, but with this short video, you’ll be able to get claim your website on Pinterest and develop a strategic strategy to maximize your growth and continue to get qualified leads on your email list.
Pinterest Action Tip:
Claim your website on Pinterest.
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