Pinterest Marketing Workshop
Tuesday 26th November – 9.30am till 11.30am
3 in stock
In this workshop you will learn about:
- The opportunities Pinterest can bring for your business.
- How to use Pinterest for marketing
- Using Pinterest for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- The Pinterest smart feed
- The Pinterest search algorithm
- How to use hashtags and keywords on Pinterest
- How to create quality pins that convert
- How to improve your Pinner quality
Why take a Pinterest marketing workshop?
Pinterest is a social network primarily used to discover new interests, plan life moments, and 'pin' pictures and video to your own or others' boards. It can be overlooked as a social media marketing platform but did you know there are 300 million monthly active users on Pinterest? Exploding in popularity, Since last year, its users have increased by 50 million (the entire population of Spain), making it almost the size of Twitter.
In many ways, Pinterest can be more powerful than Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Firstly, its users actually embrace brands and products. 73% of Pinners say content from brands makes Pinterest more useful. Most use it to plan purchases (93%) while 90% of weekly Pinners have used to it make a purchase.
While engagement for your Tweets vanishes within a day, it will likely take your pin 3.5 months to get just 50% of its engagement. Amazing, right? The long lifespan of your posts is just the tip of the iceberg. Creating high-quality content optimised in the right way can not only make you more visible on Pinterest, but also on search engines like Google. This helps bring even more traffic to your website to further boost sales.
Due to popular demand, we are running the workshop at Aizlewood's Mill in Sheffield (Nursery St, Sheffield S3 8GG). This venue has a free car park to accommodate visitors. There are a limited number of spaces available to ensure a more personalised experience and relaxed environment.
If this 2-hour workshop (9:30-11:30am) takes your Pinterest, secure a place with us now. For more information, get in touch on 0114 400 0011 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.