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Nov 5 Posted 1 year ago
I am excited to learn more about your Pinterest Master class and your strategy in using Pinterest to build brand awareness. Very intersting article. Thanks.
Oct 10 Posted 1 year ago
It's far more important to focus on the networks that work for your business
Sep 27 Posted 1 year ago
Sounds very promising, Jory! I love Pinterest and recommend it my every client as it's got so much potential if executed well. Plus I've been analysing Pinterest links for a while and can reveal that they're 'DoFollow' again! Another reason to get on Pinterest.
Based on the data and latest research I've put together 21 ideas , optimisation tips and free tools that will help get the most out of Pinterest.
I would love to hear your expert opinion, Jory.
Thanks for this course, I will definitelly check it out.
Sep 24 Posted 1 year ago
Very interesting course! I'll definitely check it out. It is so easy for small businesses to get wrapped up in the hottest trends and the social network making the news. It's far more important to focus on the networks that work for your business. If your audience is female and you have a product to sell, Pinterest is a no-brainer. Great post. You bring up very good points.