Get ready to start bringing more organic search traffic to your blog. I’m working on a course that will walk you through the creation of a SEO-optimized blog post from beginning to end.
I’m shooting to launch my course during the first part of 2019 but I’m giving a sneak-peek, in the form of a series of challenges, in my Pet Blog Biz Facebook Group starting in December 2019.
Join the group to stay in the know!
(it’s currently free)
Get Up to Date on Every Pinterest Best Practice
Guess what? Pinning Perfect is totally not my course!
Why would I recommend a course that I didn’t create – and one that is not pet specific – you ask? Because why reinvent the wheel.
Since I don’t have time to make my own Pinterest course right now (because I’m feverishly working on my SEO course, remember?), I decided to promote Pinning Perfect as an affiliate instead.
It’s true that it’s not pet-niche specific but the basic best practices – things like how you should set up your profile, how to create eye-catching pins, etc. – are the same no matter what you blog about.
I’m REALLY into Pinterest and am up on every best practice. I’m one of the first to hear when there are new features or a recommended practice becomes outdated.
This course does an amazing job of covering absolutely everything I would in almost the same way I would do it. It’s updated every 6 months, which is great since Pinterest best practices change so quickly (once you buy the course, you’ll get the updated versions as they come out).
If you’re new to Pinterest, or have just been out of the loop for a while (a lot has changed with Pinterest, especially in this last year), I suggest you start with the Pinning Perfect course and then contact me for a one-on-one coaching session where I can help you come up with a strategy that is unique to you.