Hi I'm Karissa! I started my blog A Fresh Start on a Budget back in June of 2012! I started my blog to help moms like me lead a simpler and better life. I never imagined that all these years later I'd still be blogging! Blogging is a great way to express yourself and it is possible to grow your blog to the point where you can begin making money with it.
I’ve grown my Pinterest account to over 80k followers and I have the blog traffic to show for it too. Once I discovered the power of Pinterest, I became obsessed with the strategy that it takes to get your content in front of people who are already searching for it! I knew I wanted to share what worked for me with other bloggers.
That’s how and why this ebook was born: to help give bloggers that want to boost their blog traffic with the tactics it takes to make Pinterest possible!
Attract new followers that will be your target audience. I have over 80,000 followers and will show you how to grow your following
Learn to create beautiful pins with really great descriptions that will get people to click on and save your pins.
Find out how to use Pinterest to lead people to your opt-ins and grow your email list. As a blogger and business owner your list is where you can grow your income the most.
HIGHLIGHT AN OBSTACLE YOUR CUSTOMER OVERCAME THANKS TO YOUR PRODUCT.
I was so inspired while reading Karissa's book I had to put it down and redo how I approach Pinterest. I did some major changes and saw increased followers and page views immediately! This is the book I was searching for.
Ashley (At Home with Ashley)
Easy to read, understand and actually put into practice. Finally, it all makes sense. I was changing my Pinterest account before I even finished the book!
Lori (Peonies and Pears)
book is very thorough! She explains the ins and outs of Pinterest from setting up an account to enabling Rich Pins. Additionally, she demonstrates the benefits of both BoardBooster and Tailwind and then dives into the often-confusing world of analytics. This book is a great start for anyone wishing to get more out of Pinterest.
Julie (The Hallway Initiative)