Archives for January 2021
Hey! How are you? No really, how are you? I imagine if you reading this, you’re feeling pretty overwhelmed. Have you been thinking about outsourcing some of the more menial tasks of your business, but aren’t sure where to start? Here are the top three signs you need to outsource your Pinterest Management.
Wondering how to use Pinterest to grow your email list? Read on to find out.
People who use Pinterest are planners. They’re often in the research phase of planning an event so come to Pinterest for inspiration and to research. They’re also what we could call cold leads – these pinners have no idea who or what you are or sell! Often they’re not interested in the brand itself, just what they can gain out of it. Yup, we pinners are basically selfish! This isn’t as bad as it sounds though. Because these users are in the really early stages of planning out their project, they’ll often save ideas to their boards to return to later so you can use Pinterest to grow your email list!
If you are looking to start a blog this year, have a read of this! Setting up a blog can seem really daunting, but it’s actually very simple. Use this handy guide to figure out how to start a blog you can make money with.
The first step is to think about what you want to achieve from your blog. Do you want to make money from blogging? Do you want to use it as a personal diary? If you want to make some extra income from advertising on your blog, you will need to create your blog on a platform where you can set up affiliate marketing, which is easier on some platforms than others. WordPress is a super popular platform for bloggers, although there are other alternatives such as Blogger, Wix and Weebly. My blogs are all set up with WordPress as you have the ability to really customise and make it your own, and you can monetise it!
Last night the UK Prime Minister announced that the country was going into yet another total lockdown, leaving many working parents wondering how to work from home and home school during lockdown. We had a similar situation in March 2020, and I learned a few tips to make life easier. For background, I work from home as a Pinterest Manager and have an eight year old daughter. My husband works from home but the majority of the childcare and home school responsibilities have fallen to me as he works full time office hours. As my role is flexible, I can adjust my routine to take into account the extra responsibilities of home school. Here are my top 5 tips on how to work from home and home school during lockdown.