What are some tips for making effective Pinterest Marketing Campaign? (Part 10)

  1. Do keep track of everything! It might seem like a good idea to forget about what’s been happening on Pinterest since it’s not going to help you very much in the long run. But don’t forget - these things are just as easy to come back to when you want them later on and can remember what was taking place at that time. This is especially true if something specific hooked you into the site - for example, someone repins a post of yours onto one of their boards (or even better yet, comes up with an idea that they then share with everyone else).

  2. Do keep things interesting! As we mentioned earlier, there needs to be something else going on online besides just your stuff, or you will likely get left behind very quickly - especially once people feel the same way about everything getting posted. Don’t get discouraged and think that nothing you can do will help out here but instead, look at the bigger picture. It’s easy to forget sometimes, but good things like this can turn into opportunities for even more great ideas down the road (which means there are no limits as to what you’re going to be able to do).

  3. Do make friends - in a sense! You don’t have to become best friends with everyone who’s on Pinterest and follow them around from place to place, but it would be a good idea if those people were there when you needed something from them. For example, if someone recommends an artist or designer that they want you to check out, later on, repin their picture to come back to it later on your own time. This does mean that you have to stick around for a little while until people start getting used to what’s going on here, but the more time and effort you put into this part of things, the better the results will be when it comes to re-pins (and those who have been following all along will likely notice).

  4. Don’t always rely on yourself! I know we’ve already covered this in detail many times over by now, but it is true - no matter how great something seems at first, there will still be some negative parts that need to be taken care of before long. Let’s face it - no one wants their hard work to go to waste, and this is something that can happen if you’re not careful. So make sure that someone else will be able to come in and save the day when it comes to things like this.

  5. Do have some fun! Sure, it can take a while for people to get used to the idea of something like Pinterest taking over their lives - but that doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy every minute along the way (which means that more time spent on things like this will almost always lead into better results). Plus, even if someone isn’t as good at designing or coming up with ideas as everyone else, there will still be plenty of ways for them to get involved (or inspired by others who are more skilled at this).