Last Updated on December 29, 2020 by scottkandh
Having a marketing plan for Pinterest and your Blog allows you to concentrate on the four main elements of a marketing plan:
- Social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
- Pinterest (Share, share, share). Did I forget to mention share?
- E-mail Marketing (ConvertKit, Constant Contact, or OptinMonster)
- Blog (more specifically, creating blog traffic – See 30 Awesome and easy ways to get eyes on your blog and inspire 1,000 monthly page views).
This free printable which will come in especially helpful for new bloggers to build up their email list and Pinterest followers.
By implementing this marketing plan for Pinterest my followers (as a new blogger) has risen from 20 at the beginning of July (2020) to 384 on the 29th of September. I’m closing in at reaching 400 followers within a week or so.
I tried to learn as much as I could and now, I’d like to share my hours of researching over the last 3 months, by giving you this freebie marketing plan in the form of a printable.
For more information on how to grow Pinterest, see SEO Pinterest blogs.
Blogging Ideas board:
When people first decide that they want to write a blog there seems to be a common thread. “What am I going to blog about?” This Pinterest Board (Blogging Ideas) helps in that endeavor to provide pins for ideas and inspiration as you develop your blog and in some cases discover a new domain name for your blog.
If you’d like to learn more about Pinterest, I’m offering the first four subscribers to my blog, a 100% discount to take my Online Course (normally $30.00). Subscribe to my blog and I’ll e-mail you the promo code. The easiest place to find the subscribe form is on the sidebar and look for opt-in or visit my home page.
Pinterest Template board:
I have an incredibly special fondness for Pinterest as we celebrate World Pinterest Day (every day). There you’ll find Pinterest Templates that for the most part can be purchased to boost your Pinterest SEO.
Two ways that you can begin branding Pinterest and/or your blog are with the use of Canva.
1. Branding Pinterest – Make board covers 400 by 600.
2. Branding your Blog – Add a featured image to the top of your blog.
Tools to Grow an e-mail list – I like this post because it discusses a lot of awesome WordPress Plugins to create Pop-ups that will help create different kinds of pop-ups, forms, and slide bars. It also contains information on four tools that will allow you to create and host your online contests or giveaway tools on your blog or social media profiles