Are you struggling to get traffic to your blog?
Learn how to get started on Pinterest the right way and bring a stream of traffic back to your blog.
In this free 7-day email course you’ll learn how to:
- Lay the foundation of a successful Pinterest account
- Adopt a pinning strategy that will boost your blog traffic and increase your followers (automagically).
- Put your Pinterest on autopilot, so you can spend an hour a week on Pinterest and get on with everything else you got going on.
Here’s what people are saying about Pinterest Power Up:
I took “Pinterest Power Up” as soon as I decided to start a blog. I learned so much from these lessons. The PPU training is such a valuable training, I highly recommend to anyone starting out, or if you are not familiar with Pinterest you need to take this training. Cath walks you through step by step every inch of the way through the process of setting up your Pinterest to enable you to use it as the valuable blogging tool it is.
Through this training you will learn to set up Pinterest as a business account, how to lay out your bio/profile to sound and look like the business owner you want to be. She also walks you through how to create a pin people will want to pin, making your pins yours. You want people to see your pin and say “that is This Mama Learns, I have to pin that, she always has great content”. She even takes you through how to pin the right amount each day and the amount of yours versus others pins you pin. You ask why you want to pin other people’s pins when you want to build your business? You’ll need to sign up for Cath’s course to see why that’s so important! Cath even took time to email me back with tips. She is truly an amazing person who genuinely wants to help others.Teresa
“I just started focusing on my Pinterest game last month, but I’ve doubled my subscribers and seen traffic increase to my site. Wins! I also learned a ton from your Canva tutorial… I had been intimidated by Canva and felt like I didn’t have the graphic design know-how to create truly Pinterest worthy pins. I’ve never been more glad to be so wrong.