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Pinterest for Products

Pinterest is the hot spot for shoppers to visit when searching for a new idea or product.

In the last few months, Pinterest’s use is up over 60% compared to this time last year. This is the highest it has ever been, so if you are not using Pinterest to sell your physical/digital products, you are leaving money on the table.

Pinterest is not just a place for DIY crafts, home projects, and recipes, but in fact, is a powerful marketing tool that can be used for any business when used consistently and follows a few best practices.

I am honored to be a guest on RandRcreative.co’s blog. Carla and her husband Mark are the owners of RandRCreative.co, a web design and marketing company for small businesses and online shops.

I would love for you to read my guest post, on how to use Pinterest for products. I am diving deep into some amazing statistics from the platform. And the five main objections, I hear about all the time, when it comes to using Pinterest for your business. Check it out and make sure to follow RandRcreative.co on Instagram for more website and marketing tips.

If you are looking for Pinterest Marketing tips and tools you can read these helpful posts on the blog, and follow me on the ‘gram!!

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