Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Selling your wares on Pinterest

Source: via Muntsa on Pinterest

Again Pinterest has made this quite simple.  All you need to do is add a $ symbol with an amount after it anywhere in your description.   This will then add the price to the top left of your image. As a bonus when you add prices to your pins, they may be featured in Pinterest’s “Gifts” section.

REMEMBER pin the image from your online store.  Don't send your potential custom on a wild goose hunt. If they land on your blog or website index page they may loose interest.  Make that purchase experience extra easy (less hoops to jump through the better). Take them direct to the purchase page. 

Further Reading:
I'm on Pinterest - what now?
Be my Valentine Pinterest
Can you use Pinterest to Promote your products?

About the Contributor: 
Christine is a Wife and a Mum of 3.  She is the owner of C Percy Designs, the co-editor of the Handmade Cooperative - Australian Handmade 4 Kids and is a little obsessed with all things crochet and not Pinterest.

To find out more about Christine go to her blog - or follow her on Facebook.

1 comment:

  1. Pinterest do ask that you avoid self promotion though, so please try not to use it solely to promote your products. Perhaps only couple of favourites linking back to your store would be good etiquette.


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