As a solopreneur and entrepreneur, the importance of branding becomes more clear when you have to set up your social media sites.
Branding is all about being congruent. The more congruent you are with photos, descriptions, and logos on all social media sites the better for your brand.
So if you are just getting started with Pinterest and building your brand I highly suggest you check out this post on building your brand.
Now as for Pinterest Business… let me show you the fun you can have!
Setting Up Your Pinterest Business
Compared to all the other social media sites that I have had to set up, Pinterest is by far the easiest.
As you can see your Pinterest Business profile is quite simple to set up.
A gentle reminder about your brand and using social media.
1. You are your brand if you are in Network Marketing. Your company already has a brand. If you want to differentiate yourself you have got to start with you.
2. Profile Image needs to be the same from social media sites to social media sites. How many times have you heard yourself say… “I know their face but can’t remember their name!”
3. Renting Space, that is all that you are doing when you create any social media site. You are renting ad space. You don’t own the social media sites and you have to abide by their rules and regulations. If you don’t your account will be shut down. I consider all social media rented space… Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tic Toc, etc. Use them to market your business and just know… if they don’t like your marketing tactics, they have the right to shut your account down.
4. Heart of Business – The only asset you can own online is your website or blog. With your blog, you own the domain name, pay for hosting, and can write or sell whatever fits your business model.
The heart of your business begins with your online presence… don’t let someone else own it.
Lastly, if you missed the last post on creating your Pinterest Business… here’s your link.
Pinterest Cautionary Tale
Over the next few weeks, I am going to take you through the bump, bruises, ups, and downs of Pinterest.
I can’t promise that what I am doing today will still be valid 3 months from now. But my goal is to teach you a timeless strategy with Pinterest. If you have any questions along the way, please reach out to me.
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Thank you for joining me on this journey and if you have any questions you would like to ask right now, just the comment section below.
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Yours in Gratitude,
Chef Katrina van Oudheusden
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