How to become a Pinterest manager and earn money

How can you make dollars being a Pinterest manager? If you’re a home maker or a girl who loves to do canva stuff and can do some copy writing, this is the right niche for you.

*What Is Pinterest? *

It looks more like a search engine than a social networking site. It’s ideal for bringing customers to ecommerce sites. Pinterest is a visual bookmarking platform for finding and saving creative ideas. On boards, you can pin (save) photographs (along with a brief description) from any website.

Images from Pinterest can also be repinned (saved) to boards. When you click on an image, you’ll be taken back to the original source from which it was pinned.
Assume you’re trying to figure out what your personal style is. By pinning images of people wearing costumes you like, you can use the collection to try to get a better overall sense.

Food and drink, do-it-yourself (DIY) projects, crafts, home decor, movies, music, books, travel, health and fitness, and other topics are all covered.

It’s not quite a social media platform. You can follow other users and boards, but the most of your engagement will be with your pins and boards rather than with other people.

*Who’s a Pinterest Manager? *

 A lot of business owners don’t have the time to manage their Pinterest accounts or don’t know the value of Pinterest, so they hire people to help them leverage the awesome power of Pinterest to drive organic traffic to their websites and offers.  

*How Can You Be A Pinterest Manager? *

Learn everything possible related to Pinterest and related tools. There is plenty of free content available on YouTube and Google which can make you motivated enough to be a great Pinterest strategist. Once you’ve learned what you can about Pinterest, you’re going to need to test your skills and start collecting data to prove yourself to potential clients. Clients want results, right?

You can begin to your own account (which is a terrific place to start because potential clients will undoubtedly look at your company account to see what you can do!) and work your way up from there. You can even take on a free trial client to explore how it feels to work with someone else without any pressure. You can create a gig and advertise it on freelancing sites. This is a low-competitive niche and you can easily earn $200/month at the beginning. Keep learning and keep exploring Pinterest.

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