Looking for some Pinterest marketing awesomeness? (Who isn’t these days?) Pinterest marketing is more than just finding pretty pictures to put on your “pinboards.”A good Pinterest marketing strategy involves figuring out how to tell the story about your company in a visual, compelling (photo-heavy) way……and then promoting the hell out of that visual story.But most small-business folks aren’t sure what to do with Pinterest.They figure it’s too NEW.Or it’s just for women.Or it’s all about yoga pants and casmere sweaters, and doesn’t offer much to marketers who aren’t selling physical, fun products.And that’s exactly what I thought.But then I dipped my toe into the Pinterest marketing world, and after making every Pinterest mistake in the book, I finally did the most amazing thing.Started making money with Pinterest.And so for small biz types looking for Pinterest marketing tips that go beyond the usual “put quotes on pictures” and wanting Pinterest marketing tools that offered more than the ability to “pin from your phone” I wrote “Pinterest Marketing That Doesn’t Suck – How to Market Your Business One Pin at a Time.”What’s in it? Well, you’ll learn:*How to Actually Make Money With Pinterest (Even if you Don’t Sell a Physical Product)*The 4 Steps to a Kick-Ass Pinterest Profile* The 7 Must-Have Tools Every Pinterest Marketer Needs to Have*Why PinBoards are a Markter’s Best Friend (and What You Can Do With Them)*The 4 Keys to the Perfect Pin*7 Killer Strategies for Getting More Followers*6 Tips for Running a Killer Pinterest Contest….and so much more!So, if you want to take your Pinterest marketing strategy to the next level, and you want to find a new infusion of customers (for very little money) then check out “Pinterest Marketing That Doesn’t Suck – How to Market Your Business One Pin at a Time.”…and turn all those pins, pinboards, and likes into extra money in your bank account.
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Michael Clarke is a former cubicle monkey turned social media marketing consultant and author. He’s also made every marketing mistake in the world. (Which he hopes to help you avoid.)