I have to admit that when I first heard about Pinterest, it didn’t grab my attention. It sounded like a nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to market there. After all it’s for arts, crafts and hobbyists – right? At least that’s what I thought – Until I got an email from my good friend ecommerce strategist Lisa Suttora saying …
“Jeanette, why aren’t you on Pinterest?!??”
I replied “Why would I be?”
Now if you’ve ever met Lisa, when it comes to emerging marketing trends, she’s always on the leading edge. But she’s not just a trend spotter. She always digs deep to understand WHY a new marketing opportunity has potential and then tests it to see if it can produce results. And next thing I know, I’m getting email after email from Lisa with supporting stats, figures, examples, case studies, market research showing me EXACTLY how to market my business on Pinterest!
“OK!” I said “Send me an invite!”
Well since then to say I’m “pinterested” would be an understatement. So much so that I even went through Lisa’s brand new 4 part video series Pinterest for Ecommerce.
It was then I saw the real power of Pinterest for business as a way reach new customers and sell more products.
Until now, Lisa has only made this course available to her private coaching students, but I told her this was too good not to share. So for the next 48 hours, you can get a copy of this step-by-step, 4-part video series at a special introductory price.
You’ll see clearly why Pinterest is not a fad , but has some real marketing teeth.
And you’ll be pinning for profits by the end of the 4th video! You can see what I’ve pinned on my Pinterest account.
As it turns out, Lisa is not the only one who sees the value in Pinterest for marketing. Heavy hitters like Forbes, CNN, Tech Crunch, and the Wall Street Journal are all talking about the Power of Pinterest! Shouldn’t you be using