We’re continuing our Pinterest How To Series with a Focus on Your Customers and Clients…
In order to use Pinterest as a strategic tool, remember that the purpose of your Pinterest Pinboards is slanted towards your potential customers or clients.
Pinterest’s main mission at every step, encourages you to get carried away pinning! You can easily spend all day pinning photos and graphics that you like on your Pinboards. Try not to get distracted, and have a plan of action that you incorporate into your daily pinning activity. You might as well enjoy yourself, while doing something good for your marketing.
Before you start pinning altogether, take the time to research and identify for your customers and clients:
1. Their dreams
2. Their interests
3. Their goals
4. Their values
5. Their ideals
6. Their truths
7. Their lifestyles
If you include pictures of your products, make those pictures relevant to your intended viewer. Don’t just show them your product. Show them your product being used in a setting they would likely use it in. For example, your custom-made pillow idyllically arranged in a setting that triggers ideas on how to accent a room at their own weekend cottage.
For Pinterest, remember to present the finished shazam over the nuts and bolts.
In focusing on your customers and clients, don’t underestimate the Pinterest search function. Not only can you make sure people find you easily by thoroughly understanding its capacities (and how people use it), you can also quickly search for valuable information you, yourself, need.
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Pinterest How To can do a lot for your marketing plans, especially if you remember to focus on your customers and clients over pinning for your own entertainment.