In this course I'll be sharing the full system behind how I consistently get hundreds and often thousands of Pinterest referrals a day, even on my relatively small travel blog. And since we're all busy people here, I'll show you how to skyrocket your Pinterest traffic without spending more than 45 minutes a week on Pinterest.
Of course it's not all about numbers. What's the point of getting tons of hits to your website a day if those readers aren't going to stick around?
But don't worry, we're going to talk about how to use your Pinterest account to help your dream readers - those fans who just haven't found your blog yet - finally find you. And to do that we'll be getting at the heart of building a blog that not only your friends and family follow, but that connects you with an engaged audience from around the world.
A lot of blogging (or at least travel blogging) courses out there seem to be overpriced and outdated, so I'm putting together the most current and actionable blogging advice I have - the things I wish someone had told me when I was first trying to get my blog off of the ground two years ago. And since Pinterest is the perfect way for even the smallest and newest bloggers to quickly (and easily!) target their ideal audience, I'm pretty confident that this course will have a huge impact on your blog.
At least I know this system was a game changer for my blog.
See those small spikes in March and May? That's what I used to think of as a post going viral on Pinterest. Now my pins consistently bring in way more views than that!
And here's a screen shot of my Pinterest referral traffic from the past month according to Google Analytics:
I began blogging at Heart My Backpack in January 2014 to chronicle my travels through over 80 countries around the world. Now I'm living in Norway and continuing to blog both about travel and expat life in Europe.
Reaching around 300,000 page views a month, my blog is still relatively small but reaches a highly engaged audience. I'm a firm believer that regardless of how many blogs there are out there these days, or however "late" to the blogging game you are, there's always room for more bloggers looking to share their unique voice. And Pinterest is the perfect way to elbow your way into the blogging world!