As a blogger or a business owner with a website, why would you want to hire a Pinterest Virtual Assistant? Before we get into that though, let’s first talk about Pinterest.
If you’re not already using Pinterest for your blog or your business, then you’re missing out on a huge amount of extra traffic.
For a blogger that means more ad revenue and more affiliate marketing commissions. A higher fee for sponsored posts and more email subscribers.
For a business owner that has an online presence, that means more clients and more sales.
So when you get all that extra traffic from Pinterest, your income goes up too.
So whats the deal with Pinterest, why is it such a big deal?
Well, as of 8/1/2019 Pinterest has up to 300 million active users, and guess what? They are ready to shop.
Pinterest is still mostly women, but more and more men are using Pinterest now too.
So having a Pinterest page is like owning a store in the middle of New York City. It’s a great location!
But here’s the problem!
As amazing as Pinterest is, you might not understand it and get frustrated. You might even get bored with it.
You also need to have a good pinning strategy to get all that extra Pinterest traffic.
All the things that need to be done on Pinterest take a lot of time. If you’re building your blog or running a business, that’s probably not something you have a lot of.
Doesn’t it make sense to outsource your Pinterest work to somebody else? Giving you more time for other areas of your business.
Here are 6 reasons why you should hire a Pinterest Virtual Assistant
1. It’ll save you time
Pinterest is fantastic for helping you get more traffic, but it takes more than you think to make it work.
Your Pinterest page needs to have a good picture of you, so people can see who you are.
Your page also needs to have a good description telling everybody what it’s all about.
Then you have your boards. You need to have enough of them to keep people interested while they’re there.
Each one should also have a good description and a nice board cover.
You need to be able to create pins that will attract visitors and make them want to click them.
Your boards should each have plenty of pins related to the board they’re in.
Once all that is in place, you need to have a lot of pins being pinned everyday.
Do you have time for all that? If not, why not let somebody who knows how to do all that, do it for you.
Then you can concentrate on other parts of your business.
2. There’s too much on Pinterest to keep up with
Even after you get everything set up like it needs to be, your still not done.
You need to have a plan and a Pinterest strategy for growing your traffic.
Once you do have a strategy in place, you won’t always be able keep doing things the same way.
Because things on Pinterest change all the time, your results won’t always stay the same.
So you’ll have to know when to change your strategy.
If you’re not able to keep up with that, you can let somebody else keep up with all that for you.
3. You just can’t seem to make it work
You’re doing everything you can think of, you’re pinning your blog posts to Pinterest.
Letting everybody there know about your site, but just not seeing that much traffic.
Your Pinterest page looks pretty good, what’s the deal?
It’s probably even making you a little frustrated.
Wouldn’t you like to see a lot more traffic from Pinterest? Why not let somebody help you with that?
You’ve worked hard, you need to see some good results.
4. You don’t understand keywords and SEO
Keywords are search terms that people type in to try to find what they’re looking for.
So you need to do keyword research to find out what that is.
SEO is search engine optimization, which is using these keywords to help people find you.
What does this have to do with Pinterest?
Well, even though Pinterest is considered a social media site, it’s really a search engine. A visual search engine.
So you can see that keywords and pictures are super important to Pinterest.
Finding the right ones are what you need to make the most out of Pinterest.
You also need to put them in the right places. Like the description of your profile.
Telling everybody what your Pinterest page is all about.
Your boards each need descriptions with the right keywords too.
That way they Pinterest and everybody else knows what they’re about.
Every pin needs the same thing.
This requires a lot of time and effort. Also some knowledge on how to do it.
Do you want to spend time doing all that, or is there other parts of your business that you could be working?
You can let somebody else do all that for you.
5. Creating pins is not your thing
If you’re not up for creating pins, then you should definitely think about outsourcing it.
You could free up your time for other areas of your business.
Not only that, but it’s also very important to have great looking pins. Pins with awesome pictures and headlines.
Your pins need to stand out, because people on Pinterest see thousands of pins every day.
You want your pins clicked and saved, not somebody else’s instead.
If you’re not up for this task, then let somebody that knows how to do this take care of that for you.
6. It’s working for you, you just don’t like it doing it
You’re getting some great results with what you’re doing on Pinterest, which is awesome.
But you’re just tired of having to do the same tasks over and over again.
Making pins, adding pins, and scheduling pins to different boards.
It’s working great for you, but you’re getting so bored with all the things that it takes to make it work.
What you can do, is let somebody else take over for you and not have to worry about it anymore.
Then you spend more time on the things you do enjoy.
Would you like to work with a Pinterest Virtual Assistant?
What ever situation you’re in, or reason you have, doesn’t it sound like a good idea to hire a Pinterest Virtual Assistant?
Well look no further, that’s what I do!
I can save you a whole lot of time, help you get a lot more traffic for your business AND take some stress off of you.
I’ll take care of everything on Pinterest for you.
What do you think?
I’m looking forward to working with you!
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