PinRight Pinterest For Business Training Course Review

Over the last 8 years, I have been building my entrepreneurial goals and dreams on social media and perfecting my skills around the art of branding + attraction marketing. My primary tool and resource for connecting and building relationships has been the social networking platform Facebook and most recently the lifestyle platform Instagram. The one platform that I have honestly not given two cents about was Pinterest. I had an account that I never used because I viewed it as the place where hobby enthusiasts and DIY junkies gathered to geek out over latest design trends and recipes.

My whole perspective changed when I met Rebecca Bradley, co-founder of PinRight, on Facebook and had her as a featured guest expert in my Creative Brandista Mastermind group, to share the potential of Pinterest with my exclusive brand + marketing coaching community. In the hour Q&A time Rebecca spent with us, I was highly enlightened about the power of Pinterest and learned that it is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to driving traffic and brand influence. The information she shared showed me that I definitely needed to take Pinterest a lot more seriously. 

Pinterest is a highly unique platform with its culture of planning, sharing and purchasing. People go to Pinterest to plan and create visually appealing virtual "dream boards" and in one click they are able to buy those items. Content on Pinterest is long lasting due to the evergreen nature of pins and consumers are in "buying" mode while tapped into this platform. A person who is Pinspired is a person who is opening their hearts and wallets! 

When I had my light bulb moment of what a marketing powerhouse Pinterest truly is, I jumped at the chance to take the PinRight Pinterest For Business Training Course at the end of August 2015 and after only one month of implementing the training, the results on my account were mind blowing. 

When I started the training the middle of August 2015, I had 3 boards that were not optimized. I had no idea what I was doing or how to leverage the Pinterest platform. The little content I had created was a hot mess and as you can see from the screenshot below from Aug 12, 2015, I had zero viewers with zero engagement. I started the training at the end of August and by Sep 10, 2015 I had 36,138 viewers. With the right training and implementation, my account had done a complete 180.

This course has been top notch and I continue to follow and implement the training and the results speak for themselves: 1780 repins in ONE week and 84,000+ monthly viewers is just a recent example from my business account analytics. 

Pinterest continues to stress their commitment to help small business owners increase their brand reach. With features like rich pins and promoted pins, Pinterest will continue to be a major social media player and a platform that every business owner and brand should be leveraging to drive traffic, give value and grow their brand. {If your are looking for a good training course to kickstart your brand influence on Pinterest, I of course highly recommend the PinRight Course.} 

What has been your experience with Pinterest? Do you find it to be a Pinteresting platform for your business? I would love to hear your thoughts so leave me a comment below. xo

April Williams is a Creative Momista and Soulpreneur of 2 boys + whimsical wavemaker + creative expressive + Texas country girl + branding junkie who loves green mint tea + horses + fuzzy socks + surrounding herself with high achieving amazing women + peppermint anything + the color red + cozy coffee shops. She a business coach for creative women entrepreneurs and founder of Creative Brandista™. 

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