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Key Takeaways from the Episode
- Listen to factors that led to Emilee’s decision to stay at home
- Emilee’s incredible journey from the classroom to working at home as a VA/freelancer for teacherpreneurs.
- Idea Pins (formerly Story pins) are the newest pin format that has been released.
- Multi-page pins – you can share static images, video, or a combination or two.
- You need to be selling a fully conceptualized idea – you want them to take action
- Business owners have been apprehensive of Idea Pins because it won’t let you link to TPT products like static pins.
- Idea pins are really good for boosting engagement and building a following.
- Pinterest is working on making it more shoppable so people can checkout directly on Pinterest
- Static and video pins need a be a part of your strategy, but idea pins also need to be used because they are being favored for distribution.
- Use short-form video content in your idea pins!
- Test it out! Video typically performs the best, but it’s best to test it out with your audience.
- Think about what your audience clicks on or is interested in on Pinterest.
- Create Pinterest pins in the app! This is how you can tag products, add music, stickers, text , etc.
- Leave your pin description in the notes section for idea pins.
- Repurpose content from other platforms for your idea pins.
Creative Action Tip
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