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.
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.
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 do a video where I walk you through every aspect of the challenge and explain what I’m thinking for every step. #5Ways2Thrive is meant to just lead you through this series of QuickWins to give you confidence in these simple changes.
- There is a Trello board that I created as part of the challenge. If you haven’t used Trello before, this will be a fun show ‘n tell experience for you. I use my Trello boards multiple times every day to organize all my information in a way that is visual and helpful to my daily business flow. PS: Trello is a free tool similar to Asana, Basecamp, Slack, Click Up, and several others. It’s great for day-to-day workflows or simple Project Management tasks.
- 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.
Note that the Trello board is a template, so you’ll need to set up your own free Trello account and copy it to be able to use it. Then you can add notes, check-off tasks and change it around however your like.
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.
Here are some additional posts I think you’ll appreciate:
Blogging resources I love and recommend:
Tailwind – I’ve been working with Tailwind for about five years. They are the pin scheduler of choice and it is jam-packed with great features. If you haven’t already, sign up for a FREE month of Tailwind HERE.
Legal Templates – You are required by law to have a certain package of legalese on your blog. You need to have copyright notices, privacy policies, and various other terms and conditions to protect yourself from being sued. The package I recommend is created by Amira Law – a lawyer who specializes in all aspects of blogging and internet business legalities. Learn more about these Legal Templates HERE.
Pinterest Resources – Pinterest is definitely my jam. I can do a personalized Pinterest/Tailwind audit where I go over your account with a 30-point checklist and then set up a Zoom call with you to give you TONS of suggestions. Order the Pinterest Audit HERE.
HIRE ME – I make a full-time living taking great care of my blogger peeps. I’ve done Pinterest Management for the last five years for dozens of clients. I set up mailing lists, automations and build pop-ups for people. I can also build you a simple website. To learn more – go HERE.