I’ve been using Pinterest for 6 years now, promoting my blogs and content and helping to bring hundreds of thousands of new visitors to my sites every year.

It’s been a phenomenal journey and experience, one that’s led me to helping hundreds of businesses and bloggers learn how to market their websites with Pinterest.

After I’d used Pinterest so successfully to build traffic to my blog Love Chic Living, many people were asking me how Pinterest worked. They wanted to know how they could replicate my steps and share in a little of that traffic too.

So that’s where the coaching came from. I started doing bits and pieces for for free and getting really good feedback. People were seeing tangible results from implementing just a few of my tips.

Next I wrote a course and put that out into the world, then came this website and the oh-so-popular Power Hours.

From working with me, businesses and bloggers have increased their views, grown their email lists and built sales from using Pinterest and I’m incredibly proud to have been part of their journey.

Is There a Special Secret?

I don’t profess to having a magic formulae. There’s no real secret here at all, I just give solid, sensible, up to date advice, packaged in a way that’s easy to follow and understand.

I want to help people understand a tool that can be complex at times, that doesn’t follow other social media platform rules and needs a little TLC to get going. When I see the penny drop, it’s a great moment for both them and me.

So if you’d like to get started with Pinterest or improve the way you use it, I’ve put together this 20 point guide to help you.




Why You Need Pinterest

Now I’m sure you’ve heard many people saying Pinterest is great for bringing lots of new visitors to your website, but what does that really mean? I bet you’re wondering how many.

Well it varies from niche to niche of course, and on how well you use Pinterest but all areas will see some success, even service based businesses.

In the last 2 years I’ve had around 1 million clicks from Pinterest to my blog Love Chic Living. Seasonal variations mean I can see between 20k and 50k per month just from Pinterest alone.

But I only spend an hour on Pinterest per week. That’s it.


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How Can The Guide Help You?

When you’ve absolutely no idea where to start when it comes to Pinterest, you totally need the guide to get you going.

If you’ve been using Pinterest for a while and still don’t have many clicks through to your website, you definitely need to check through the pointers.

If you’ve made a plan to make 2019 the year you finally get to grips with Pinterest for your business website or you blog, this guide will definitely help you get started and move in the right direction.

When you’ve been using Pinterest for some years and seen traffic dwindle due algorithm changes or recent updates, it might be time to re-evaluate your approach. Checking through the points in the guide will ensure you’re doing things correctly, helping you to update them where necessary.


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What Does the Guide Include?

The Guide gives you a run down of all the tasks you need to do to get started.

It tells you what technical aspects to focus on and in what order.

You’ll get tips on creating boards and optimising them correctly AND ideas on making pins, adding text and using descriptions.

Furthermore it illustrates how much you need to pin each day and week to make it successful for you (it’s much less than you think).

Then, if that wasn’t enough, you’ll have ideas on how to look at what’s working so you can focus on the good stuff.


What are you waiting for? If you want to get cracking on Pinterest this year, DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE and get to work


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