If you are a small business owner or blogger looking to improve site traffic that converts to actual increased sales, then this article is for you.
Whether you are just starting an Etsy shop or a blog on Wordpress or you have been in business awhile, you will need traffic to keep momentum going. How are you going to gain that site traffic and sustain it for the long haul? In one little word, “Pinterest”.
Pinterest has you in mind with all its complex algorithms and re-pinning. Unlike a short-lived ad campaign held on another platform, Pinterest pins don’t go anywhere other than to other pinners boards. That means perpetual pinning and re-pinning of your content. That translates into your shop, business, or blog getting seen over and over for an indefinite period.
Pinterest is now seeing over 400 million monthly users that’s an increase of 50 million inside of a few short months in 2020. Of those people demographically most are women but more gen z and men are joining as well. As word spreads about the great value in Pinterest and the marketing it can offer, you will see more and more business jump on board to increase their sales.
That’s where a Pinterest manager can step in and help you reach your sales goals. Pinterest can increase your sales for business significantly. The over time is important to note, especially if you are just opening a business account. You want to see click through on the pins your manager is creating for you. They should use a consistent strategy to get you those increased numbers. Of click throughs 70% lead to sales. That’s a healthy prospect for any small business just starting or looking to increase their sales.
Good Pinterest managers who are reputable will have packages set up for their clients that have great ROI. Hiring a manager is an investment in your business that will pay off in the long term. You should see increased traffic within the first 3-6 months of management.