Learn How to Make Money Using Pinterest

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I've loved Pinterest for a long time.

Compared to other social media platforms, it's so pretty and loaded with ideas of projects you may or may not ever get to.  I could get sucked into Pinterest for hours.

That's before I started managing Pinterest accounts for clients.

You see, I used to pin stuff just for me -- crockpot recipes, hairstyles, stuff that I was only interested in.  By pinning only stuff that I was interested in, my Pinterest profile was pretty rough.  I struggled to get followers and I had a hard time getting my profile in front of folks.

Only when I made changes that didn't center around what I wanted to pin and focused on what my audience wanted to see, my profile grew.  That translates into more pageviews, folks!  

There's a right way and a not-so-right way to manage Pinterest.  If you want to learn the right way, you definitely want to check out the new Become a Pinterest VA Today course, which opens tomorrow.  Gina Horkey and Kristin Larsen know their stuff, trust me.

They've put together a bomb course.  

What’s Included?

  • 5 module video course

  • 36-page interactive workbook

  • Client onboarding workbook

  • Pinterest Scheduling Spreadsheet with video tutorial

  • Copy of our presentation slides

  • ~30 minute Q&A recording of us answering student’s questions

  • Private Facebook access

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to use your existing Pinterest skill-set to help businesses significantly grow their brands.

  • Pin requirements and best practices.

  • What tools you should use (and who should pay for them).

  • How much to charge and how to get paid (with real life examples from a Pinterest biz).

  • The difference between inbound and outbound marketing.

  • Where to look for clients.

  • How to pitch prospects (with the exact templates that we use).

 Here's what one of the students had to say:

  • “I just landed my first TWO Pinterest clients within the same week! And I’ve only been marketing for the past two weeks. I am beyond excited and extremely grateful for this opportunity! This could not have been done without Gina and Kristin’s help by creating Become a Pinterest VA TODAY!” ~Lindsey Martin

The course opens tomorrow and this one you don't want to miss.  Oh, did I tell you it's pretty affordable at $69?  Sign up now because it's only open for a short time.  

Scholarship Alert!

In order to grow a business, you've got to keep learning.  That's why I am over the moon with excitement to offer a scholarship for the Become a Pinterest VA course.

Recently, I won a Femtrepreneur giveaway that gives me access to all of Mariah Coz's courses!    

I can't tell you how many opportunities winning this giveaway has presented over the past few weeks and now it's time to pay it forward.

I want to give a scholarship to one of you for the Become a Pinterest VA course.

If you've been wanting to learn how Pinterest can take your blog or business to the next level or if you want to learn how to manage Pinterest so you can add it as a service, you'll want to grab this course before it's gone.

So, Regina, what do I have to do? 

Shoot me an email (regina [at] liveandworkbyfaith.com) and answer the following questions:

  • Who are you and what do you do? *MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR NAME (AND WEBSITE IF YOU HAVE ONE!)*
  • Why are you so passionate about learning Pinterest?
  • How will learning Pinterest positively impact your business?  
  • Anything else you'd like to share.

Responses are due by 11:59 PM Sunday, April 9 and the scholarship will be awarded on Wednesday, April 12.  I'm really looking forward to hearing how adding a new service will impact your business.

Regina Lewis

Regina's passion is helping a new generation of virtual assistants launch their new business or take their business to the next level.  When she's not working at the local ministry, blogging or tinkering with Squarespace, she enjoys spending time with her family, watching "Downton Abbey" to the point that it irritates her boys and people-watching from her front porch.