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how to use hashtags on Pinterest

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HASHTAGS ON PINTEREST

It's a way around the smartfeed - the pinterest algorithm!

Hashtags on pinterest now give you a different way to search on the platform.  

Now with the hashtag search on Pinterest, what happens is that when someone does a search on Pinterest but instead using a hashtag or clicks on a hashtag in a pin description, then pinterest will showcase the latest pins that have utilized that particular hashtag!

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Become a Pinterest Keywords BOSS

getting keywords right is so important on Pinterest. Not to mention, that keywords and keyword searches increase your rank on Pinterest. Meaning the  more people land on your pins and engage with them they more likely your pins will become the first few to show up--which is the optimum place to be in as those pins receive the most repins or clickthroughs.

There are particular places on Pinterest that you should be using keywords in order to show up in the in-Pinterest searches. But to be clear, keywords on Pinterest don’t yield literal search results. This, in a way, is a good thing because the likelihood of your pins showing up are higher as long as your keyword is in the same umbrella. For example if you search “toys for toddlers” your search will probably yield results like “homemade toys for toddlers,” “quiet time toys for children,” “best apps for toddlers,” “nursery must-haves,” “outdoor toys,” “toy organizational kits”..you get the point!

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How to use Pinterest for Etsy

The best tool for Etsy sellers is Pinterest. Why? It’s essentially a search engine where your target audience hangs out and scavenges the internet for products just like yours. It has the ability to optimize your product’s reach outside of the people that follow you and it can drive traffic and sales. So if used effectively, Pinterest can be the most important tool for an Etsy seller and here is how to make Pinterest work for you

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How to use Pinterest effectively for your Business

Pinterest can be one of the major ways in which you see a spike in traffic to your blog or online shop--believe us-- but many people don’t understand how they can make Pinterest work for them. If used correctly, you can be directing people where you want to be every day in large numbers-- not just any people--but your target audience, you know, people that will convert.
This is why we emphasize the importance of Pinterest as a tool that every creative entrepreneur should not only have in their tool kit but know how to use effectively. That starts today!

So how can you make sure that your Pinterest is effectively working for your business? Here are 5 ways

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3 Reasons Good Graphics are Important for Your Blog's and Brand's Success

As a creative entrepreneur there is nothing more important than brand identity to differentiate yourself from the thousands of other bloggers, jewellery makers, bakers or knitters out there. And in the current world we live in attention spans have become close to a few seconds long. This is why more and more brands, companies and even journalistic outlets have switched to image oriented online-marketing, the same online-space that most creative entrepreneurs function in. This begs the question again, how to differentiate yourself from the rest? How to make you the “go-to,” the trusted voice, the brand that someone thinks first of when they think of your niche?

The answer is: good quality graphics. So why are good graphics important?

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4 Best Social Media Platforms for Creative Entrepreneurs

there are some social media platforms that will benefit Creative Entrepreneurs little more over others. The nature of the work produced by many Creative Entrepreneurs - such as Etsy shop owners, wedding photographers, graphic designers,bloggers etc. - much of it is quite visual.  Thus, my advice is to always start off with the primarily visual social media platforms.  This way you can showcase visually not just your products and work but also your branding! People are just intuitively more drawn to images - given the success of Instagram and tumblr - this has become quite more evident even in the social media savvy world.  

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