I’m a little bit nervous today about sharing my Pinterest made Easy e-course with you so I might need someone to hold my hand and maybe give me an ‘I’ve been brave today’ sticker!
Today I’m launching my brand new e-course – Pinterest Made Easy!
I’ve wanted to write this course for a little while now but really, I’ve been a bit scared to because there are already quite a few Pinterest courses on the market and some of them are pretty expensive. In my eyes, there’s no way that anything I can tell you about Pinterest would justify a price tag of £100+ so I just didn’t bother and I wrote a post covering the basics instead.
But you know what? I realised last week that I’ve learned quite a lot about Pinterest over the few years that I’ve been using it to promote my blog and that the knowledge I have might actually be something that helps other people to grow their blog as I’ve done.
It’s not all fancy pants though, there’s no super cool website or Facebook group and there are no perfectly presented videos to go alongside it but you’ll be pleased to know that because of that, my little course doesn’t have the hefty price tag you might expect for all the information I’m going to give you.
I’m simply going to tell you, over the course of eight lessons, what you can do to start using the power of Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog!
I’m selling it for a one-off price of £14.99 which is simply because I want to see people completing it and learn from them what else I can do to improve it and add more content. Obviously, you’ll have access to the course forever so will automatically be able to access my updates. Once I’ve had the first lot of people go through the course, I’ll take any feedback on board to improve it but at that point, I’ll be increasing the price so it’s more in line with what you might expect to pay for the information I’m sharing with you.
I’d definitely recommend taking adavantage of the super low cost while you can, although I’m bound to say that aren’t I?
What do you think?
Are you ready to get started on making Pinterest work for you by driving traffic to your website?
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