Today we are digging into a SIMPLE, 30-min a week PINTEREST strategy that you can set... and FORGET! I'm all about push marketing and Pinterest is the #1 organic traffic driver to my podcast. It is also the QUICKEST and most efficient of all the ways we market.
Inside this episode we will walk you through the step by step of getting started with Pinterest and include the how-tos of set up and strategy.
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Hey loves. So yesterday you heard me talk all about the six figure success sequence, where we literally went through all three of my favorite tiers for building a big passive income business. That's going to withstand the test of time, exactly what I use to grow a 60% passive revenue business. And y'all like, I've only been really focused on those three things for two years. And you heard yesterday what it has done for my business, my revenue, and it's just been incredible. So today we're going to take a deeper dive into one of the first things I talked about yesterday in the, in the workshop, which is Pinterest. And today I'm going to be talking with my friend and also one of my forever clients, Jose, Miguel Longo, and he actually hosts life and business coaching for millennials. So if that is you and you need help with your resume or LinkedIn or any of those things, go check him out.
But we are talking about Pinterest and going through a step-by-step how to 30 minute or less strategy that I actually use specifically inside of my own brand and business that drives between 78 and 94% of my website traffic. It is insanity. So listen in, you're going to absolutely love this episode. And just to remind you, if you want to snag my Pinterest masterclass completely free, along with my course, crafter masterclass completely free. You have a couple more days to take advantage of the holiday bundle offer. I decided to set this up for you guys, because I have three courses that specifically walk you through the six figure success sequence that we talked about yesterday. You're going to first start with podcast pro university. So you can set up your very own podcast. It goes through every single thing, creation process, how to record edit what equipment that you need, how to simplify this process, how to make it super, super easy so that you can get launched with success.
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Welcome back to The Mompreneur Mastermind Show where we choose to run insanely successful, passive income businesses that light us up while consuming iced coffee, braless, and flawless, and maybe breaking it down to some gangster rap while our kids aren't looking. Did we just become best friends? Yes, yes we did. Hey, I'm Stefanie Gass. Six-Figure corporate exec turned top 1% network marketer turned podcaster. I believe when we let God light our path, we experienced true miracles. Welcome sister. Let's get pumped up for today's show. It's one of the easiest tools to use to grow and scale your business in a really simple evergreen way. But it's also, I think the most underutilized of probably all of them. So like, just to give you all a visual, you know, I've been in a full-time entrepreneur now for eight years and since gosh, 2016, I've had a blog.
I had a blog that I started and I started popping things up on Pinterest, not knowing what I was doing. Just sharing a graphic, good luck. And I checked back, you know, a year later, cause I had just kind of forgot about it. I didn't really know if it was doing anything and start to notice. I'm getting 5,000 website views a month. And then another year later we're getting 12,000 a month. And then a couple of years later, you know, until now we're getting 18 to 25,000 website views every single month. And when you go into the Google analytics, 98% of that traffic is from
That's insane. My, if people could watch my facial expression, they probably die laughing, but I'm just like what? That's nuts, It's nuts. And the reason it works is because it's a visual search engine. So when you think of your demographic and now there is a demographic to consider because it really does super well for that. Typically women who are on there who are between the ages of like 25 and 50 they're in the kind of like that they're already in a middle income range and higher, and they're in the mindset of buying like that's, I think it's last time I checked that's 60 to 70% of the people that are on Pinterest. And so if you have that as a market, as an avatar, you absolutely are doing yourself a disservice by not putting your free content on Pinterest, which is so easy. And we'll talk about that in a minute, but it's a visual search engine. So Jose and I like to style our mantles, right?
And in the fall or the winter, we might head over to Pinterest and type in how to style your mantle or fall mantle ideas. Or I just did family photos. And I went and looked up color options for, for family photos. All of these things came through, but I'd rather use Pinterest than a Google search because I just want to have visual results. And so it's a search engine. When you click on it, what happens? It takes you over to somebody's blog. You're able to check that out really quickly, easily for free and implement. Now I'm using it to drive traffic to my podcast because I share an episode over there. They come over, they read the blog, they click and they listen and hopefully they convert into a subscriber, but you can use Pinterest for products, podcasts. You can use Pinterest to sell coaching, right? You could have a blog on different ways that you talk about an insight, whatever it is that you coach, you could use Pinterest specifically to grow a blog or to grow a podcast. It is how you drive the traffic and it's just easy. So that's, that's the why that's why it works.
Yeah. So what if someone who is, you know, for example, knows that Pinterest exists as a social media platform, but has never dived into it and is like, okay, now I'm intrigued because how do I use this platform and how is it easy? How can I make it easy for me to use when I don't have all the time to do it?
Totally. And so there's lots of fancy Pinterest coaches and gurus and lots and lots of courses out there that I think really overcomplicate the Pinterest platform, make it easy. Yeah. I'm like, I just want to slap my pin up there and be done with this and be on this platform 30 minutes or less per week. So that's my strategy when it comes to Pinterest, I'm going to share with you guys some easy steps. So step one is you're just going to set up a Pinterest account and I would set up a business Pinterest account. I would think about the brand being the name of your Pinterest account, right? So that you have that brand consistency across the board. Then you want to think about adding into the description, how you serve your avatar. So instead of making like Instagram, instead of making it about you, like I'm Stephanie gas, you know, I love coffee and my children and PJ's like, come on, they don't care.
Right? They care about what, who is this for? So in the, in the description of your Pinterest, you can put for me, I'm putting mompreneur mastermind show, grow scale, launch a podcast, have an e-course create passive revenue and they're going, Oh, this would be a cool pin, a board for me, plus all of that is searchable. So you want to have those keywords embedded into your Pinterest description. The next thing you're going to do is you're going to set up what we call boards. So in your own little profile, it'll say, add boards. What a board is, you guys it's a folder, a visual folder. Okay. So whatever you do, you want to have a folder for each kind of category of your business, right? So for example, Jose would set up his Pinterest and he could have a boar for LinkedIn marketing resume, building a Pinterest marketing.
Maybe if he's gonna be helping you guys in this arena, he could have millennial online marketing. He could have life coaching for millennials. So those folders are search terms, basically that support your brand. And you're going to set all those up and make them public. Okay. So that was step one. As the pin was the profile, step two was the description. Step three was the board's step four is to now add pins into your boards. So the pin, you guys is simply a graphic, right? You guys have seen the Pinterest graphics before. I'm sure. And you can use something called CANBA, C A N V A.com to create your pins totally free, super, super easy. And you're going to going CANVA, create a pin and you can just type in CANVA into the search bar and in I'm sorry, Pinterest into the search bar of C.
And it'll give you so many templates, totally free. Pick one, like any mini monument, because there's really no major strategy here. I'll give you a couple of the tips that have worked for us, but we'll pick one and you're going to title that graphic. So for example, if Jose has an episode, let's use this one, how do you use Pinterest marketing? How millennials can use Pinterest marketing to scale their business? Maybe that's the title of this episode. So Jose goes into yeah, goes into Pinterest CAMBA types that in makes the graphic. Then what he's going to do is he's going to go over to Pinterest and he's going to click add a pin. He'll upload that graphic. All right. And then the next step, which is really important, step five is you have to add all the descriptive, descriptive stuff. So he's going to add that same title.
Then he's going to add a little description in there. And Jose wants to think about how can I make this description searchable so he could put something like struggling to use Pinterest marketing, to grow and scale your business, millennials listening. And that's the description of the pin. And then there's a link. So Jose will use the link of, of this episode either, probably from his blog posts so that they end up on his blog, but they can listen to the podcast episode there. Right. Jose? Yes. Yup. Okay. Then he's going to publish it. And it's going to ask what folder or what board do you want this to be in? So Jose would probably put this one into the Pinterest board and copy it and also put it into the millennial marketing strategies board. Okay. So that's, that's literally it. And then he's going to be done and he's going to exit out of Pinterest.
So that's like the one-on-one super basic. Here's what you can do strategy to just do a pin and do boards. So how does that work then? Hey, I'm Mary. I come to Pinterest and I type in millennial Pinterest marketing. Well guess what's going to happen. Hopefully if Jose did his SEO, right. And he has a good title that has those terms in there, which he will, because he's worked with me for long enough, the pin will come up and it's going to pop up and she's going to go, Oh, that looks great. She's going to click it. And it's going to take her to Jose's blog and we hope she's going to read it, listen to his podcast episode, subscribe to his show, become a super fan and ultimately buy from Jose. Right. That's the goal. So those are like the beginner things. I'll give you a few more tips, all that. Clear. Any questions on that part? You think Jose that we should clear up?
No, I feel like everything you've outlined, I can put into the show notes for people to go back. So if they wanted to come in with their pen and paper, when they're listening to this episode, highly encourage it. But I think you gave the four most important key things on how you get started to make sure you can create pins that will attract people's attention. And you also outlined how to create your Pinterest account.
Yeah. Yeah. So let's now, and that's great for those of you getting started. You can just start there. Okay. But it is a little manual, cause you're going in, you're adding the pin and then you got to copy the pins, the different boards. And so it's a bit manual. So here's some advanced strategies. This isn't going to take you more time. These advanced strategies are actually going to take you less time. It's just that they cost them money. Okay. And also some tips on the graphic. I forgot to mention. We've noticed I've been on Pinterest for five years. My top converting pins. They're not Stephanie gas branding. They're Pinterest like visually appealing. So they're super bright, like hot pinks, hot blues, neons black with bright color on top. And the huge titles, huge titles really seem to convert well. And we also have seen a good conversion with using like silhouettes of people, right.
So if you have like, here's me and I'm working and you can see like the side of my face and there's a huge title on top of that. That's going to convert, especially if it's really bright. That's just what we've seen in the past couple of years. And you never know it could transform the other thing we're we're testing right now. That's working super well is video pins. Yeah. So for the podcast, we'll put up a headliner clip that plays like a little clip of the, of the podcast. We'll we're doing it with a Pinterest background and then we're uploading it as a pin. Those are, those have massive listen rates. So we just got started with that like a month ago, but I'm seeing a ton of traction. So that would be something as an advanced strategy. You guys don't have to start with that, but it's been working really well.
That's awesome. I, I, so I agree with you with the visual appealing silhouettes, the large titles are always huge because I find when I go into Pinterest myself, I'm drawn to that, but I'm starting to see there's videos in there as well. So now I'm like, Ooh, I use headliner a actually to do all of the conversion for audio and to have texts. But yeah.
So, and so for you, instead of using your Jose Miguel branded thing in the background of your headliner, you could use a Pinterest graphic in the background. Love that. Yeah. So that's what we've been testing. It's working super well. So now some of the advanced strategies, you guys, there's two major things you can do here. Thing one is you want to join something called group boards. So remember when I said you grow, you're going to start your own boards. Well, those are, those are yours. And if you're new, nobody's following you, you know, like we're just hoping somebody searches for your exact search term. It's a slow, slow grow. But what if I told you there were group boards where people had already set up a board, like let's say LinkedIn from a LinkedIn, LinkedIn strategies for millennials or young adults or business professionals, those exist, they've already done the work.
There's probably 5,000 pins in there. There's probably a thousand people, all adding pins. Well, people already know that and they're already following the board. So what Jose needs to do is take an hour of his life and go to it. It's called, I think he's done this, but I hope so. He's going to go to pin groupie. It's P I N G R O U P I E. Pingroupie.com. It's free. And he's going to type in LinkedIn and he's going to find that he can sort by how big the groups are, how many contributors there are, that would save you time. Because if they don't have very many contributors, they're probably not taking more people. So I start with the biggest groups and you're going to click on it and see if they're accepting new contributors. And if they are, it will tell you how to request access.
It's a little bit time consuming to do this, but once you've done it and you're added to their group, you never have to do anything again. You just start sharing your pins into their group board and hello. You tap into their perfectly niched market who all want to know about LinkedIn and you're connected with these other LinkedIn pinners. So you never know where that could go and it's much faster. Your pin is going to get seen right. Much faster. So I would recommend, you know, spending an hour a week for four weeks and get like in 10 to 15 really good group boards. Okay. And as fast as you want to grow in Pinterest, the more group boards you want to be a part of, I think I'm part of 15 or 20, just because I forget about it, but I should be actively getting in more group boards because know it works. We know it's
You creating your own group boards at the point of where you are today. I feel like an absolute great question. You're so advanced in the blogging sphere and where you are with your business and your podcast. Like you teach this stuff, your own group boards, and then make people come to you.
Totally. Now it is a, it is a time thing, you know, with what do I want my thing to be? And it's my thing is podcasting, but Pinterest is a small subset of making the podcast explode. So it's kind of like where, where I spend my time kind of thing, but you're right. You can also start your own group boards. That's an absolute thing that you could also do. So the other thing that's advanced is using something called tailwind tailwind. Now this is paid, but it's not expensive. I think it's, it's like probably equates to $7 a month or something. Cause you actually have to buy the annual thingy pass thingy. So it's really not expensive, but here's the beauty. When you use tailwind, you upload your pin. So remember Jose's pin. That was how do you use podcasting to grow your business as an online millennial or something?
And he has the pin will, instead of going to Pinterest, Jose goes to tailwind. He uploads the pin and he sets up all his settings so that the one pin is shared to all the 20 boards. He's part of with one click of a button, then hosts Jose puts in also tailwind reshare this once a month, it's automating the process. So instead of Jose going back to a blog, he did two months ago and re uploading the pin so that it's fresh. And it's at the top of the search result. Tailwind is going to do it for him. It's so worth it. It's amazing. Tailwind also has something called tribes inside of it where Jose can find a group of people just like him, who all want to promote each other's pins and they can automate that. So you're now promoting other people's pins and they're promoting yours.
It also has something called the smart loop where you can dictate which boards you want certain pins shared to on a schedule. So for example, my VA goes into tailwind. She adds my pin. Every time we do an episode and we do two, sometimes three episodes a week on my podcast. So she's popping them into tailwind. She's sharing them to all of the boards and then she's adding them to the queue. So if you were to go into my tailwind Jose, you would see for the next four months, we've got pins that are posting seven, eight times a day. Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, everywhere. [inaudible] Like, we're not even going in there.
That is insane. Yeah. So love it. So love it. So those are some advanced strategies, any questions on those strategies?
So, no, I just want to kind of have you talk about, I think, and I know you touched on this very briefly. You taught us, I knew a little bit about this, but I didn't realize it. And so you taught us after the fact. And when I say taught us, Steph is my coach too. So like I come to her, what happened, which is about everything, how Pinterest is the only social media platform that things don't get deleted after 24 hours, that things don't go away and they grow organically and they tend to reproduce itself by a person viewing it and then pinning it to their board or resharing it. So neat, not even just you talk about that a little bit, because I think when people who are starting businesses, don't recognize where they should be spending their time and energy, the platform where they should idealistically should be Pinterest. Right.
Okay, good. So there's a concept that I have introduced to my students and clients, which is the push versus pull method because you're only one person you can't spend all day on social media one-on-one and people getting in their DMS, commenting back like you'll drown and you're not going to grow a business that way. So you have to focus on the platforms where you can show up and push out content, where it's you to many you to many. And there's only a few places that we can do that and own it. And I believe it's podcasting, video, YouTube or a blog. That's kind of it all the other little places are supporting, right? All the other search engines, all the socials, even Pinterest is supporting. But here's what I love about Pinterest and why it's a great driver of organic traffic to your thing, which is your podcast, a video platform or a blog because it's you to many.
So when Jose goes in there and he posts the little pin and he shares it everywhere, here's what happens. It goes out there and it lives in all these boards. Well, maybe a year from now, somebody goes into Pinterest and types in pin. How do you use Pinterest to grow my online business? And then maybe they use the word millennial as well. His pin comes up, maybe nothing has happened until this point with this pin. That's okay. We're just, it's just here. We don't have to worry about it. So that person clicks on it loves it, saves it, re pins it to their favorite board because they want to remember it. Then someone else comes to their board, sees their pin. Cause they have a really big following. They save the pin, someone else shares the pin and now it's got some traction. It's got some algorithm, super power underneath it.
And in the search results starts it going, Ooh, this pin seems to be liked by the Pinterest demographic. I'm going to promote it and they start popping it up higher in the search. Well, once you get a pin, I like to call it going. Viral goes viral. You can't stop it because everyone is seeing that pin. The second they type in Pinterest for millennial, it's the pin that comes up now. Jose is driving massive amounts of traffic to this one blog post that he had linked. Okay. And hopefully he's got an opt-in on that blog post. And hopefully he's got some offers on that blog post because people are there and they want more of Jose. So it's an evergreen forever search optimization tool. You guys can use that. It just grows without you. My viral pins are like five years old. It, you know, and like some of the pins that you think will convert, won't, that's why we just do it.
And we set it and forget it. Like I'm not all about the analytics. I'm about, I'm about saturating Pinterest with my stuff. And then I'm like, whatever takes off wonderful. And so once every other month we'll check analytics and see if there's a pin that's really doing really well so that we can copy that pin and use it again and again, but typically I throw it up there and then I just kind of trust the process. So it's evergreen marketing and it's you to many, which is a must stop wasting your time on Instagram. That's not going to grow your business period with the algorithm. Plus it's one-to-one plus your stuff dies out in roughly 24 hours. It doesn't go on and on and on forever. It's like all about the first 24 hours plus it's exhausting. So just let it go, bless it and release it and get on Pinterest and LinkedIn with Jose. And you probably need a podcast. If you want to be in the online space, that's really a great way to grow trust and where to drive people with the Pinterest pins. Right?
Yeah. And I think, I know we're not talking specifically about podcasts, but can you talk about what you've seen and what you've noted since you started your podcast way back in 2018, but the growth of how people are listening to podcasts today and how you connect that to Pinterest because you, your blog about Mantle's seven years ago today has increased your Pinterest traction to your website and that organic growth because you're using your podcasts.
Yes. So I was a blogger for a while and in a prior, prior life and you know, trying to figure out who I am and what I should do, like so many of us anyway, we're here for it. And you know, what's great is it taught me Pinterest. It taught me blogging and it was great. But I finally got clarity over what I was supposed to do when I started the podcast two years ago. And the podcast was like fuel on like fuel to my business, unbelievably, you know, 300,000 downloads in two years, revenues grown by, I don't even know like hundreds upon hundreds of percent. I don't even know. And the community's grown and it's all been incredible. Like the growth has been incredible and it's counterintuitive because you think, well, that's free. Like you don't make money podcasting. You don't make money blogging.
No, but you build an audience who trusts you. Then you sell something to them on the podcast, on the blog. So it links so beautifully to Pinterest because I had the traffic from Pinterest going to a blog. But if I'm really honest with you guys, there are one podcast to every thousand blogs. And in the way that we are growing in the way that the online sphere is expanding. So super quickly in the way that we consume information. Now we're not probably reading anymore. When it comes to internalizing new information and learning, we want to multitask as, as good or bad as that might be. It's the reality. So while you're doing laundry, you're listening to a podcast while you're driving. You're listening to a podcast. Youtube is still at play because some people do actually teach something visual where they would use a video platform.
And I did YouTube for awhile, but it was way slow. Like it was, the growth was so slow. Plus it took me three times the amount of time to do one video than it takes me to sit behind my microphone super authentically all by myself. I don't need to worry that my kids are in the next room. I don't have to dress up. There's really no editing. Once you get used to podcasting, it's easy and it just exploded. And it's because there's a first movers advantage right now to podcasting. And if you pair it with Pinterest, your audience growth is going to blow you away.
I love that. And I think the world of podcasting has been completely transformed. It has been transformed that has been growing for years now, but this pandemic has shifted that the way that we never anticipated exactly. I want to go back to tailwind for just a quick second. You talked about all these advanced user features when you're using tailwind, you can also use that to schedule other social media posts for your business.
I think so. I'm pretty sure you can link up your different socials right in your Pinterest and it will share that pin and that description for you. So that's awesome. Like why not? I'm all about repurposing, saving time. So that's also a great advanced strategy you can look into.
Is there anything that you can share from your years of experience? And I know you have a Pinterest course, we'll touch on that in a second that you think someone who's completely lost in trying to figure out how do I get a business started? And I know that I need social media to be in an online presence. What do you say about Pinterest to that?
So if I was to have done everything I've done right to right now, and there's one thing I could have told myself eight years ago, it would have been just focus on the push, just focus on the push, just do the podcast, just do the Pinterest. Stephanie, send the emails once a week to the people. It's all push marketing and let go of the pole. Stop fighting for Instagram to work for you. Stop showing up so heavily on, on platforms that don't light you up. Stop answering messages. Every time they come in, like you're not a slave to your business. You are showing up in a business so that it can work for you. So what I would say is when you're in the beginning stages, you've got to shift your focus from social media to free content. And you got to show up and you've got to saturate the market with your content, your free, incredible value, even though it's not making you money at first.
And that is going to be what does eventually explode your audience. And then when you figure out the one thing, they desperately need the solution that they are begging for. You create it as a course or as coaching or as a product or as a whatever. And you Mark it, that one thing that they've been waiting for, because they're already following you. They trust you to enjoy all your free stuff, and now they're poised and ready to buy. And that is the difference. It's the difference between in my opinion, a successful business, who's who withstands the test of time. And they're here for the longterm growth is not focusing on the short term, you know, overnight success strategies, but the longterm truly servant service-based value. And you put it out there, you promote it. And then you get back to your life and you stop being a slave to Instagram and Facebook and TikTok and whatever the cool kids use these days.
Okay? Like it doesn't grow a beard. It grows some people's business, but it doesn't grow an authentic trusting audience as quickly as using push methods. Can, all right, girl, I hope you loved that episode with my friend Jose. We really dug into the tacticals and the how tos of utilizing Pinterest. And again, just a quick reminder two days left to get the, basically buy one, get two free offer on setting up all the foundations for you to scale and grow an evergreen longterm super simplified business model. Exactly. Like I have using a podcast Pinterest and having a super easy, simple course. Okay. And again, that website for you to claim that super crazy deal where I've absolutely lost my mind. You're going to go to B I T dot L Y slash holiday bundle 2020 bit dot L Y slash holiday bundle 2020 y'all don't wait, my friend, Courtney st. Croix grew her audience by 80% in just days following the Pinterest masterclass and her impressions grew by 50%. Oh my goodness. Absolutely crazy. And there are so many more testimonies just like that. Y'all this is the exact process. It takes me less than 30 minutes a week, and you're not only getting this, you're getting the Pinterest masterclass, the Podcast Pro University master course, which is the number one product to bring a podcast into the world, but really launched and scaled with massive success. Y'all like, seriously, my students are having crazy results with their podcast and have the course craft or course too. So you you'll have everything you need in 2021 to follow my exact business model, to set up a passive revenue stream, using podcasting, to grow your audience, you can hang behind the mic braless and flawless. Can I get an amen act fast act.
Now again, a couple of days, Bit.ly/holidaybundle2020. I just want to pray over you this now that you're having a wonderful week, I pray that God is at work in your life and your mind and your heart and your family. And he is just pouring into you in a new and exciting way. This holiday season. He is beginning to grow the gratitude exponentially inside of your heart and just amplify your vision for the Kali has for you next year, so that you can begin to walk with purpose and step into the provision he has for you. We trust you father. We love you in Jesus name. Amen. Love and light, Stef
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