Last Updated on January 7, 2022 by Scott Charleboix
In this post, how to generate a marketing plan for your blog having a marketing plan for Pinterest and your Blog allows you to concentrate on the four main elements of a marketing plan which are: social media, Pinterest, e-mail marketing, and creating your blog. The two marketing elements that I like to promote on Pinterest are Facebook and Pinterest. Here’s a link to the Facebook marketing and Pinterest marketing pins that I have on my Pinterest board at PinArtwork Blogger.
How to generate a marketing plan for your blog
- 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).
- Use an SEO Content Optimization Tool to provide you with ideas on keywords and/or questions that you can add to your post to build it’s Google ranking.
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 over the course of 1 1/2 years is 1,200+ Pinterest Followers.
I tried to learn as much as I could and now, I’d like to share my hours of researching by giving you this freebie marketing plan in the form of a printable.
If you look at various blog posts, different bloggers will suggest that you need to pin x amount of pins per day and other bloggers give a different amount that they suggest. The numbers fluctuate on a great scale where I’ve seen some bloggers that make 50 pins per day and spread them out. If you use the Tailwind app it will tell you the suggested number of pins that you should pin per day and I wouldn’t go over the suggested amount. If you go over that suggested amount that Tailwind suggests you’re likely to get your Pinterest account suspended.
I personally only pin four pins per day (using Tailwind) and that way I usually have an ample amount of pins to schedule for about a month out in addition to the pins that I pin manually from the Pinterest Home feed.
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 have a Free Mini Course that just requires that you provide your first name and email address to enroll.
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.
Another thing to do for your marketing plan is to consider looking at CanIRank and optimize your blog with it’s artificial intelligence.