You’ve been told your business could benefit from Pinterest but you’re a little skeptical. I get that. I’m a skeptic at heart, too. I like cold, hard, facts.
Don’t get nervous. I’m not about to make promises about what it can do for your business without having any knowledge of your business. What I’m going to do is tell you about the real life results I’ve seen from 4 of my clients.
Check out the results from 4 Pinterest business accounts!
Client #1 – a Mom Blog
This site receives over 1000 referred visitors each month. The stats below shows what % of total referred traffic came from each of the referrers:
- Pinterest – 39.13%
- Facebook – 28.24%
- Search Engines – 28.24%
- Instagram – 1.11%
- Other – 3.28% (other blogs)
Client 2 – Preparedness and Life Skills Expert With a Physical First Aid Kit Product
This website receives about 150 visitors from referred sites each month. The stats below shows what % of total referred traffic came from each of the referrers:
Pinterest – 52.86%
Facebook – 25.71%
Search Engines – 10.24%
Instagram – 3.57%
Other – 7.62% (product page, newsletter, other blogs)
Client #3 – A Nutritionist
Grew her email list by over 300 subscribers in 6 months while focusing primarily on Pinterest marketing.
Client #4 – Email Automation Specialist
This client reallocated her Facebook ads budget to Pinterest and improved her Cost Per Click from $0.90 per click to about $0.40 per click. She’s now spending less than half the amount per click!
So, as I said in the beginning, is Pinterest really worth it? You tell me.
P.S. If you know your business can benefit from Pinterest, but this is all just a bit too overwhelming for you, we should chat. I’d be happy to help you with strategy or completely take it off your plate. Connect with me here.