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Nov 18 Posted 1 year ago
I did set up a business page, (for reason #6) but it won't let me connect with facebook because facebook is linked to my personal page. Ah ha... and the light comes on... I "disconnected" my personal Pinterest page from my FB account and then tied it to my Pinterest business account and it works. Unfortunately I emailed pinterest about the whole thing already, hoping they aren't too upset with me.
I actually did have your article in my pending file but only read #1, and put it in the pending file. It would have caught my attention if #4 had been #1 and #6 had been #2. With just a little clearer explaination, even your wording "switch" makes it sound like "convert", that you DO NOT/should not convert from a personal to a business.
Thank you very much for writing this article, I am very excited to see where this goes for my business.
Oct 21 Posted 1 year ago Hi Danielle this article was great, very in depth and descriptive. I am just starting to get the hang of Pinterest but there was a lot of tips in here I want to put to good use. Getting followers seems easy enough once you get rolling but converting them to business leads is where I'm trying to take the next step. Also I was curious if you ever guest post on other people's blog and would love to add this to mine was doing a Pinterest article already but this would offer more to my readers. The link is http://www.calgarywebdesign.ca/blog and I would provide you the proper links and credits. Great job either way:)