Struggling with Pinterest? But you’re short on time and just need a quick pick me up? So I created the Pinterest #5Ways2Thrive Challenge to give you five different QuickWins to spruce up your account. This is a great, easy way to boost your Pinterest strategy for bloggers and other types of Pinterest marketers.
Each of these QuickWins is designed to improve a different aspect of your Pinterest profile. Some of them might take you a few minutes to complete, while others may take a couple of hours. But, if you stick with it, you should be able to complete them in just a couple of days.
Other Helpful Pinterest Resources I Offer
I’ve been a Pinterest Manager for a lot of clients over the last 10 years, so I’ve learned a few tricks to help you boost your Pinterest strategy and get better traffic to your site. If you’re interest, I also have a Pinterest Strategy Planner, which is a very helpful resource to take you step by step through the process of planning your Pinterest strategy – your keywords, what to name your boards, how to do your images correctly, which pinners to Follow, and so much more.
Or if you’re more advanced and have been struggling with Pinterest for a while, you can set up a inexpensive and personalized Pinterest Strategy Session where I go over every aspect of your Pinterest and Tailwind accounts and then get on a Zoom call with you to strategize a game plan for how to get your traffic up on Pinterest. I’ve done this for many people and we always come up with a least a dozen different tweaks and changes they can make to their account.
Resources for the Pinterest #5Ways2Thrive Challenge
Because I wanted to make this a real kick-ass challenge, I created a whole TON of free resources to help you through this challenge.
- I’ve got an Ebook to take you by the hand and guide you through each step of the challenge. Each of the 5 steps addresses a different area of your Pinterest account and gives you some quick fix items to improve your Pinterest traffic.
- Did I mention the free Canva templates? I’m a template junkie so I created 10 absolutely free and gorgeous pins to help you get started. Poorly designed pins are probably the #1 problem I see on people’s Pinterest accounts.
- I also created my first printable checklist to keep you motivated through the whole challenge. I don’t know if you’ve crashed and burned in exercises like this, but I certainly have, so I’m hoping to keep you engaged clear through to completion.
- Last but not least, you’ll also get a tracking spreadsheet to keep track of all the metrics on your Pinterest account. It’s very important to measure your growth each month in impressions, clicks, Followers, etc. This is a Google Doc so you can use it everywhere.
I think Pinterest is something of an overlooked gem, especially for new bloggers and coaches. It’s the one social media platform that will actually DRIVE TRAFFIC to your site and it doesn’t take all that much work to use it successfully. It’s been my biggest traffic driver for years.
You’ll receive all of these resources absolutely FREE, so I hope you’ll make good use of them. Please feel free to share this challenge with your friends.
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Nadia Malik says
I have been thinking about Trello for a few weeks now. People seem to love it, and I am sure if you are suggesting it, Would be worth the try. Thanks for sharing.
You bet Nadia. Hope you like it.
This sounds like a great challenge, especially for those who are newer to Pinterest! I have been dabbling with Trello recently, trying to incorporate it into my daily routine to organize things a little better
I was hesitant to try yet another tool, but I’m LOVING Trello. I use it a lot. Hope you enjoy the challenge also.