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Pinterest is going on 22+ years and is a leading social media platform, and I still get this question “Is it too late to start on Pinterest?”. Maybe you’ve thought of it too thinking… “There are already 101 health gurus out there, 201 makeup specialists, and 301 coaches…”. Read this and find out.
Yes there is a 99% chance that whatever you are doing is already on Pinterest, but the truth is, is that is fantastic. If they weren’t already on Pinterest, then there won’t be a market on Pinterest.
The good news is, Pinterest isn’t a platform where you’re competing with the big fish.
If you have your profile set up if you have the three pillars set up (1. your Pinterest profile 2. your optimized pinning strategy and 3. digging into the analytics), then it doesn’t matter what niche you’re in or how saturated it is. Your pins can go up on Pinterest right along the line as a big fish in your niche.
Don’t believe me?
I’ve been alongside the “big gurus of Pinterest” myself. I’ve been “teaching” about Pinterest on the platform for about 3 years. At the 6-month mark, you started my pins beside the Pinterest gurus who were 10+ years on the platform.
You can do this too!
Is it true?
Yes, the sooner you’re on the platform, the better it will be.
It’s like the Chinese proverb…
“The best time to plat a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.”Chinese Proverb
The reason why is it takes 3-6 months (if you’ve got your keywords right) for Pinterest to “log you in the system” per se.
Think of it like a Library system. They need to take each new book, read it, figure out what it’s about, add the labels, and place it on the right book shelf.
First Step to Starting On Pinterest
Download your free Pinterest Quick Start Guide. This will help you see the “business” side of Pinterest vs just personal use, and get you on the path of growing your business with Pinterest.
Go to Pinterest and use the search bar to find keywords for your niche. This mini video will help. Check out the pins which pop up and see if it’s something similar you teach about and cover in your business. If it is, then that’s 100% guarantee that your business could succeed on Pinterest and WILL, using the POG method.
It’s never to late to start on Pinterest. The important thing to understand is that it is a long-term platform, meaning, it will take 3-6 months at least to start seeing growth. That means, if you’re a *shiny object* person, then Pinterest is NOT for you. But if you can handle getting into the long-term game of growing your business, and ultimately want Pinterest to promote your business while you sleep, then grab this beginner’s guide to Pinterest and get started 🙂