A Pinterest Virtual Assistant can help small business owners, entrepreneurs and bloggers grow their online presence with a Pinterest marketing strategy. They can get you up and running with Pinterest by setting up a new business account for you or cleaning up your current account. You can take it from there or you can sit back and let your new Pinterest VA take care of your monthly account management and pin creation.
Here are the 5 reasons why you need a Pinterest Virtual Assistant:
1. Time is Money
Being an entrepreneur is hard. You’re running around wearing all the hats, juggling all the balls and doing ALL.THE.THINGS. You’ve got a lot on your plate and not enough hours in the day to get everything done. You know Pinterest is important to grow your business, but there are probably a lot of other things you should be doing. Things only YOU can do for your business. Pinterest doesn't have to be one of them.
2. You don’t want to learn another social media platform
Maybe you’re not even on Pinterest yet even though you know you should be, but the idea of learning yet another social media platform is stressing you out. You’re barely keeping up with Facebook and Instagram.
Pinterest isn’t just another social media platform. It’s an online visual search engine used by 300+ million people every month. These people are using Pinterest to plan for the future – dream weddings, bucket list travel, birthday parties, DIY home projects. If you’re not getting your product or content on Pinterest, you are missing out on huge potential traffic to your website.
3. You’ve been pinning, but not seeing results
Maybe you’ve been on Pinterest for a while. You made a couple of boards. You’re pinning (sort of) consistently, but you’re not seeing any great results. You feel like giving up because it doesn’t seem to be working for you. The thing is, Pinterest does take some time to see results, but if you don’t have a clear strategy in place you may never see the results you’re looking for.
4. The platform keeps changing and you can’t keep up
Pinterest is always making changes to improve its user experience. They rolled out a bunch of changes in early 2020. Have you incorporated these changes into your Pinterest strategy? A Pinterest VA will stay on top of all the changes so you don't have to.
5. You just don’t like Pinterest
Hey maybe you just don’t like Pinterest. Maybe the thought of making pins makes you want to cry a little or diving into the analytics has you rocking back and forth in a corner. It’s okay. I’m here for you. There’s nothing wrong with hiring out the tasks you don’t like or you’re not good at.
If you’re ready to ROCK your Pinterest marketing, I’m here to make it happen! Check out my Services page and shoot me an email so we can talk about your Pinterest strategy.
Hello! I'm Laurie and I help small business owners, online entrepreneurs, and bloggers grow their online presence with Pinterest Management and Podcast Editing.