¬ Share your expertise with pet parents
¬ Build brand awareness
¬ Attract customers who are ready to take action
¬ And... continuously grow your organic website traffic!
Maybe you've dipped your paws into Pinterest...
Most pet lovers aren’t using Pinterest correctly to grow their website traffic.
You can’t just pin all the cute dog photos you share on Instagram. On Pinterest you need to be smart about your content and keywords.
What if I told you Pinterest isn't another social network!
Take a look at how I grew my blog traffic from Pinterest alone.
I spent years figuring out the strategies that are most effective at getting more people to click through from Pinterest directly to my pet website!
Now, I've created a system that I can replicate each month and continuously grow my organic website traffic.
Learn the strategy I used to 25X my pet blog traffic from Pinterest!
¬ Continuously grow your business in an organic way
¬Get more traffic to your website where you can really shine
¬ Attract customers who are ready to take action
¬ Use social media automation that actually works
¬ Sit back and watch the traffic roll into your website
I will teach you how to make Pinterest work for your pet business!
"Since taking this course, Pinterest has become the third-largest source of traffic for my blog. It brings in 20% of my visitors (compared to 0% before taking the course). Now on Pinterest, I'm at about 150k monthly viewers, and close to 400 followers. My most viewed Pin in the last 90 days has 95k views! This course is easy to understand, well-structured, organized and simple to implement right away."
- Cara Carosielli, henrythesmol.com, @henrythesmol
"This class has me thinking so differently about my blog! For the first time, I have more than 5 posts in draft because I'm getting so many ideas! Thinking about what makes a good pin, what people are searching for on Pinterest, and how I can use keywords for both SEO and Pinterest have completely changed the game for me! I'm more motivated than ever to create meaningful content!"
- Carrie, fleurdeleashstl.com, @beaver.dog
Isn't Pinterest just recipes, fashion and home stuff?
There's definitely a lot of that on Pinterest BUT there's also a lot of pet content. The key to getting your pet content discovered is to position it in a way that appeals to Pinterest users. Pinners are looking for ideas to help them do or make things to improve their lives. So we need to create pins that help pet parents by providing a solution, inspiration or a tutorial.
What should I pin?
Start off with Pinterest Predicts and check out Pinterest Trends while you're at it! I always recommend giving people what they want, and these tools will tell you exactly what that is. Check these reports before you create your content, then you can publish pins to drive traffic to your website, blog, shop, etc.
I don't have time for another social media platform!
Girlfriend, let me break it down for you... Pinterest is a search tool. It's way more valuable than Instagram or Facebook because it will drive traffic to your website. More traffic equals more pet parents discovering your brand and buying from you.
Here's a screenshot from my Google Analytics showing how my traffic Pinterest sent me in the last 30 days versus the other social platforms. It's not because I don't share links in those other places, I do! But they don't want users leaving their apps while Pinterest encourages it!
Sneak Preview the Masterclass
Want to know exactly what lessons I'll be teaching you? Take a look! When you complete this masterclass, you’ll have a system to grow your website traffic from Pinterest using existing and new content, feel confidant in automating your pin schedule and know how to use Pinterest to grow your email list.
Unlock these bonus resources when you enroll!
BONUS 1: Tech Training: Hide Pinterest Graphics with HTML
In this screenshare video I'll show you the easy-to-use HTML code you can use to hide Pinterest graphics on your blog posts. This is handy when you create 5-10 graphics and just want one image displayed on your blog.
Bonus 2: 5x My Blog Traffic from Pinterest
This prerecorded thirty-minute presentation from The Pet Summit outlines the main strategies I use to more than 5x my blog traffic from Pinterest.
Bonus 3: Recorded Pinterest Profile Audits
Watch recordings from live Pinterest Profile Audits where I advise real petpreneurs on improvements they can make to their Pinterest strategy.
Bonus 4: Recorded Sessions from Pinterest for Petpreneurs LIVE
Get access to all of the recordings from the LIVE Summer 2022 session of the course. Inludes 4 office hours calls, 2 bonus demos and 4 group coaching calls including Idea Pin demos.
PLUS: Choose to Add 1-on-1 Coaching!
Students love to book a coaching session to keep them accountable to finish the course. Plus, I give personalized feedback on your Pinterest strategy and how it integrates with the rest of your business. This is an add-on at checkout!
MEET YOUR COURSE INSTRUCTOR
Hi, I’m Tori Mistick, the creator of award-winning dog mom brand Wear Wag Repeat. After growing my Instagram account to over 42,000 followers and working on over $100,000 of brand partnerships, I wanted to find a way to offer something special to my followers. That's why I create online courses just for petpreneurs.
Prior to Wear Wag Repeat, I worked for over a decade in digital marketing and social media. I'm also an adjunct instructor in the business of blogging at a local college and I host a 5-star podcast interviewing women in the pet industry.
I love helping pet lovers identify a strategic approach to build an engaging business that makes a pawsitive impact on in the lives of pets and their people.
"I had less than 300 monthly viewers prior to working with Tori! Thanks for sharing your Pinterest knowledge with me! In just a few weeks I have over 1,300 monthly viewers!!"
- Lyndsay Shackelford, Founder of Dogs of Charm City
"Tori is the Pinterest expert. If you have a website or blog and want to skyrocket your growth through pins, sign up for her masterclass today!"
- Hannah Zulueta, @MaggieLovesOrbit and @BarkCommunity