COPYRIGHT NOTICE: No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law. PinToProfits: Simplified Pinterest Marketing Step Number One: Get Your Content On Pinterest, you need to have eye-catching content. The easiest way to do this (while avoiding copyright issues), find some cool photos related to your products/services on Unsplash, Pexels, or a number of other copyright-free image sites. Head over to Canva and use some of their templates and make some photos related to your niche. Personally, I made over 120 pins in around 2 hours with this method. You definitely don’t need a ton to start off, but having a backlog of content is always a good idea. Step Number Two: Make Sure Your Pinterest Account is a BUSINESS account When you are uploading to Pinterest, in order to get the best results and track analytics, you must have a business account. I’m not going to waste your time explaining how to do this, it’s pretty self-explanatory. Step Number Three: Writing Your Written Content for Pinterest There are a few different text boxes when you are uploading something to Pinterest, and those are: A.) Title B.) Description C.) Link D.) Alt Text Each of these serves a specific purpose in helping you to grow on Pinterest and consequently, gain publicity. For your title: Make sure that your title is engaging and contains at least one keyword that you are trying to target. For your description: What I did was I simply filled the description with keywords related to my niche and what people who would want my products would look for. For your link: Simply put a link to whatever product/service you are promoting in here. For your alt text: This is very important. Use a lot of keywords in here, but make it a description of whats in your actual photo. Get creative here. You can use poor grammar if you really can’t get super great ideas to incorporate your keywords. Step Number Four: Consistency, Consistency, Consistency The last step is to repeat this process over and over again over the course of multiple months. This is how you will be able to get the same results I got. Even if you don’t see results right away, keep going. This guide was provided by Maximum Marketing If you want to get more great content from Maximum Marketing, check it out and get a 7-day free trial here.