Are you a blogger or business owner looking to grow your traffic, email list, and ultimately your income? Then what you might benefit from is a having a Pinterest manager on your team and I’m here to tell you why.
Reasons Why You Need a Pinterest Manager
So before we dive into the goods, I wanted to tell you a little bit about Pinterest and why it’s essential for bloggers and both service-based and product-based business owners alike.
Pinterest has over 250 million active users on the platform.
People on Pinterest are ready to spend because 87% of Pinners have purchased a product because of Pinterest.
So if you’re ready to start selling like hotcakes, you need to be on Pinterest and have a killer strategy to boot.
1. To get the right people on your website //
It is so important to get people on your website but if they aren’t the right people, then it isn’t really going to do you any good. A Pinterest manager can not only get more traffic to your website, but they can get people who are interested in becoming email subscribers and even buyers of your product or service on your website so that you can maximize your efforts online.
2. Maximize your time //
Your time is valuable and it doesn’t have to be spent crafting the perfect Pinterest strategy if you have better things to be doing like content creation. A Pinterest manager can help you take that off your plate while continuing to grow your income, email list, and sales so you can focus on other things.
3. Grow your email list //
If your goal is to get more people on your email list, a Pinterest manager can help you do just that. A Pinterest manager/strategist knows how to help you optimize your website for more conversions and can help you create graphics that will drive your people to subscribe.
4. Drive more sales //
The more people you’re getting on your website, the more likely you are to make sales on your products and services. Hiring a Pinterest strategist can help you convert those website visitors into sales and grow your bottom line on autopilot and who doesn’t want that?
Have you considered hiring a Pinterest manager before? If not, is it something you’re open to doing in the future? Let me know below!