Pinterest Boards for Business

Triyng to figure out how to best set up your Pinterest boards for business so you can get more traffic to your products and make more sales?

Triyng to figure out how to best set up your Pinterest boards for business so you can get more traffic to your products and make more sales?

First off, smart thinking! Having your boards set up strategically is going to increase your traffic! Head on below, and I’ll teach you!

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Pinterest boards of business

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First off, the best way to grow with Pinterest is to send users from a pin, to your website with value content post or video. Sending them straight to a “product page” typically don’t get the best sales and converstions.

1. SEO

First, before you even want to set up boards for Pinterest, you want to make sure you’ve got a great list of SEO keywords to guide you. These keywords and phrases will tell you what users are already looking for, so you can cater your boards to the popular searches. If you want to learn how to master SEO so you can get better traffic head here.

2. Create specific boards

Next, you want to create specific boards (using your keywords) which are related to your product. If you make bows, for example, you’ll want boards like “girls bows”, “baby bows”, “Disney bows”, or what ever are popular bow terms which you also make.

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3. Pin to your boards

Then, once you have your boards in place, 5-10 of them, you’ll want to pin to them. Now these pins will consist of pins from your website, and from others websites. Please don’t make the mistake of only pinning your products and posts or you will be marked as span on Pinterest.

I promise, as you pin others pins, as well as yours, to your boards then yours will get seen!

Triyng to figure out how to best set up your Pinterest boards for business so you can get more traffic to your products and make more sales?

In conclusion

When creating Pinterest boards for business, it’s important to keep your customer in mind and only focus on their needs. You’ll need to be a team player and share others pins. The combination of your pins and theres will both allow you to grow on Pinterest!

If you’re ready to dive into Pinterest, head on over here to learn more about developing a Pinterest strategy for your business, and download my free guide below.

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Head to your Pinterest profile and start making some boards related to your target client.

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