If you’re an entrepreneur looking to grow your business, Pinterest is a great platform for that!
While it might be tempting to create a Pinterest account for your business and set up boards centered around YOUR interests, if you want to get more clients, traffic and sales from Pinterest, you have to create boards centered around YOUR TARGET CUSTOMERS’ interests.
In the infographic below, you’ll find 142 Pinterest board ideas to get you started.
What are some of your Pinterest board ideas? I’d love to know! Leave a comment below.
P.S. If you’d like to re-post this infographic on your site, right click and SAVE AS, save it to your desktop and upload it to your site. Please make sure to leave it as is and link back to this page.
If you’re running a business, chances are you’re confused about all the legal stuff that’s involved in making sure that things run smoothly. I know I am!
Racking your brain to figure out hairy scary things like contracts, agreements, terms, privacy policies, disclaimers, and all those other things a small business owner needs is overwhelming / horrifying / intimidating /frustrating / insanity-producing. (And, let’s face it – sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know.) Hiring an attorney is also a pretty penny. (That you might not have right now.) And, of course, this is why most people ignore their business’ legal needs altogether. I know I have at one time or another! Read more
Being an entrepreneur has many ups and downs. Often times you end up questioning every single decision you make and that can leave you feel overwhelmed and confused.
But there’s one thing I know for sure when you’re an entrepreneur… Watch the video to find out what it is. Read more
As an entrepreneur, you have big dreams for your business – whether it’s seeing your products on the pages of O, The Oprah Magazine, being best friends with the buyer at Nordstrom, or having 6 or 7 figure sales within a few years of your business.
As you may know, one of my huge dreams with my organic soap line is to get my soaps into ALL 367 Whole Foods stores. I figured that if each store buys 50 soaps per quarter, that’s 73,400 soaps pear year! That’s a lot of trees that I can plant (if you remember, my mission is to plant a tree for every soap bar that I sell). Now, that’s having an impact! Read more
This is a guest post about jewelry marketing from Flourish & Thrive Academy
Jewelry designers ask us all of the time what’s the most important factor for building your jewelry business. Unfortunately, jewelry marketing can’t be whittled down to just one factor (however, sales would be key if it was JUST one).
The question really comes down to: “How does a jewelry designer attract more DREAM clients so she or he can create a steady funnel of repeat business?”
It’s not just one thing, it’s actually a bevy of components working together in conjunction to help build a BRAND. Today, I wanted to share with you the 8 Crucial Components to Lay a strong foundation for your jewelry business. Read more
Have you ever thought about quitting your business? Whether it’s closing it down, selling it, giving it to someone else or simply stop doing it, we’ve all thought about it at some point. I know I certainly have!
When I had my t-shirt business and I was about to have my third baby, I started to think about selling the business. I just couldn’t see how it was able to run two businesses, move to a different state AND be home with my kids. So I made the decision to sell my t-shirt business.
In today’s video, you’ll hear the top three reasons why you might consider leaving your business. Read more