Are you disappointed that your guests aren’t promoting their interviews on your podcast? In this episode of Interview Connections TV, I share some amazingly valuable tips on how you can use the power of social media to expose your podcast to your guest’s audience even if they’re not sharing it! This exact strategy got my client’s podcast post on Facebook “liked” almost 200 times by his guest who has a fan base of 95k people!
Over 80% of pins are repins, so when you add content to Pinterest, it goes viral, exposing you to hundreds upon thousands of other pinners. Pinterest users are in discovery mode on the site. Pinterest is a phenomenal search engine to thousands of people seeking helpful information. Pinterest is a visual platform, so regardless of all the strategies you can use, the bottom line is that you need eye catching, custom graphics to promote you and your business.
If you have a website with valuable information that will educate people, you need to be using custom graphics on Pinterest in order to drive targeted traffic. […]
If you’re an online entrepreneur, you probably know a little something about SEO- search engine optimization. SEO is extremely important for all businesses, but especially online businesses that don’t have a storefront for potential customers to walk by.
One thing you should do is keyword research to find out what keywords are best to use on your website, and on your Pinterest page to draw more traffic to you online. Google has a tool called Adwords (adwords.google.com). I recommend playing around on that site to find some good keywords for your website and for social media. Basic rule that I have learned is you don’t want to use keywords that are extremely popular because you’ll likely never be found (or be on the 50th google results page) and you don’t want to use a extremely unpopular keywords because hardly anyone will use those keywords in their searches. […]
1. Long and skinny pins have a higher click rate! They attract more attention because they take up more ‘real estate’ on the Pinterest feed. Remember not to add pins that are wider than 600 pixels because Pinterest will either resize them, decreasing the quality of the image, or the pin will not show up at all! […]
It has been an honor to be interviewed on two podcasts of two of my clients, and two entrepreneurs that I have a lot of respect for!
Jim Palmer (is my father) and the Newsletter Guru. I won’t hide the fact that I am a very lucky business woman because I have the best coach in the world and he also happens to be my dad! I was interviewed by him on Stick Like Glue Radio as well as on Newsletter Guru TV. Please check out those episodes here: […]
As a Pinterest Virtual Assistant, a common response I hear from prospective clients is “I don’t even know what Pinterest is.” I can understand why, if you aren’t even really sure what this site is all about, you would not want to consider spending time figuring out a whole new social media platform.
Pinterest is different. It’s powerful and brilliant and if you are an entrepreneur or small business owner you need to be using it! […]