HOW I USE PINTEREST TO GET 200K PAGE VIEWS PER MONTH TO MY BLOG—WITHOUT A SCHEDULER

When I first started blogging and was trying to get page views, I read every single one of these “how to get Pinterest traffic” posts I could find online – for months. Looking for some secret formula that would make Pinterest work for me.


And every. single. post. was a sales pitch for Boardbooster or Tailwind.


Putting more money into my blog was a non-option, and I decided to do Pinterest without a scheduler.


I was desperate to get just enough page views to qualify to apply to a bigger ad network and start making a little money.


But what happened just about knocked my socks off. (Yes – Socks. Off.)


I started pinning in May 2016 and by the end of August 2016 I was working with Adthrive – one of the premier ad networks in the country – and one with a requirement of 100k page views per month.


My pinning-without-a-scheduler method had fast-tracked me to a full-time blog income.


Unfortunately, it is NOT as easy as just pinning and hoping. I put in days and weeks of experimenting with what works and what doesn’t.


And I got it down to a science.


Some days, I literally watch my page views climb for the day when I pin.


There is no “Pinterest Secret” (sorry!). BUT there are some crazy important things about Pinterest that you are probably missing.


This course, to my knowledge, is completely different than any other strategy you will purchase anywhere else. (Largely because you don’t need to invest monthly in a scheduler to use it.)


I go MUCH farther into the “Pinterest Algorithm” – you will NOT be just “pinning and hoping!”


Pinteresting Strategies has sold thousands and thousands of copies by WORD OF MOUTH ALONE - I do not advertise or "funnel" anyone to sell this course! (Truth!) 


Today, you can get it for only 57.00!


ONLY AVAILABLE FOR 30 MINUTES!

(because I literally never sell it this cheap)

Course curriculum

Instructor

  • Carly Campbell

    Carly Campbell

    Carly is a full-time mommy and full-time blogger at Mommy On Purpose. After realizing how totally possible it is to make a living blogging as a stay-at-home mom, she's set out to help other moms do the same.