Small Business, Big Marketing #2 – How to use Pinterest to Market your Business

February 21, 2013

Another month, another awesome interview from my pal Timbo Reid on Australia’s #1 Marketing Show, Small Business Big Marketing.

Tim and I met while working on an event together run by the fabulous crew over at Creative Universe – who specialise in helping to create sustainable, aligned and high performance organisations through creative programmes. They are also the genius behind the Creative Innovation conferences.

In this month’s episode, Tim has a great chat to Jason Miles about how to use Pinterest to market your business.

Jason is the co-author of the best-seller Pinterest Power, VP of advancement at Seattle’s Northwest University and co-founder (with is wife) 0f Liberty Jane Clothing – a six-figure online business successfully selling designs for doll’s clothes.

As the head marketer for Liberty Jane Clothing, Jason is successfully using Pinterest to drive traffic and rank highly on Google – and in Tim’s fireside chat with him, he shares exactly how he’s done it.

To learn more, listen to the episode.

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2 Comments to "Small Business, Big Marketing #2 – How to use Pinterest to Market your Business" >

  1. megan said: (on February 22, 2013 at 7:34 pm)

    i love this visual representation of Jason Miles’s book. it is as succinct as it is beautiful. Tim Reid’s interview was well thought-out and hit all the notes that the book covers. I was all fired up and couldn’t wait to dive in, i felt that i finally understood what Pintrest is really all about.

    i work in polaroid transfer and wax encaustic mediums so my work is highly visual and perfect for this platform, but i am baffled by how to use this encourage traffic to my boards . As much as i would love to sell a few pieces, i am also seeking connectivity and interactivity with people of the same interests. But at the moment i am as good as invisible, my pinterest experience is a closed loop.

    A search using the exact keywords used in the descriptions returns nothing. and though i look for new content on the wax encaustic and polaroid transfer categories the images are static. Is Pintrest completely overwhelmed by their explosive growth or have the autobots/spammers spoiled the experience for the newer pinners? Any suggestions?

    i would love to hear how others have navigated this territory.

    All the best, m.

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