Pinterest is a great platform for both businesses and individuals to share their content and products. But did you know there are actually a whole lot of business people who don't have time to delve into the how of making Pinterest work for their business. This lack of knowledge is an opening for you to develop a side hustle or even a full-time job.
In this article, we'll show you how to make Pinterest management a side hustle that works for you!
How to Start a Side Hustle as a Pinterest Manager.
As a Pinterest manager, you can help businesses and individuals grow their online presence and reach new audiences. If you're looking for a side hustle that can make some extra cash, consider becoming a Pinterest manager.
There are a few things you need to get started with:
1. A strong understanding of how Pinterest works is essential. You should be familiar with the platform and how users interact with it.
2. A portfolio of previous work. This will help potential clients see your skills and what you can do for them.
3. A list of services you offer. Be sure to include pricing information so clients know what to expect.
4. A way to contact you. Include your email address and/or social media handles so interested parties can get in touch with you.
Pinterest management can be a great way to earn some extra money on the side. By following the tips above, you can get started and start landing clients in no time!
Tools of the Trade for Pinterest Management.
If you're looking to make some extra money on the side, Pinterest management is a great option. And with the right tools, it can be a breeze. Here are a few things you'll need to get started:
A Pinterest account: This is pretty obvious, but you'll need a place to manage your clients' accounts from. If you don't already have one, sign up for a free account at pinterest.com.
A scheduling tool: In order to save time and be as efficient as possible, you'll want to use a scheduling tool like Tailwind or Later. These allow you to bulk schedule pins ahead of time, so you don't have to be constantly logged in and manually pinning throughout the day.
A graphic program: Creating beautiful pins means having access to a graphics program for creating pins. There are some great free options for those just starting out. I use Canva Pro as I love its easy-to-use interface. I have used PicMonkey in the past as well.
An invoicing system: You will need to set up a way to recieve payments from your clients. Since Pinterest is a world wide platform you don't want to limit where you can receive payments from so be sure to set up your invoicing with a platform that allows for out of country payments. I use Honeybook, Paypal, and Wise. *Note: I may earn a small fee from referrals to these programs.
Once you have these tools in place, you're well on your way to becoming a successful Pinterest manager!