Pinterest is the latest online social network that helps you to share your favourite items from around the web, whilst at the same time allowing your friends to share their favourite items with you too.
From a marketing standpoint, it’s an amazing resource to promote your website since the viral effect of Pinterest means that once you’ve published your item, known as a ‘Pin’, it automatically becomes visible to everyone on the website, whether or not they’re your friends.
The great thing is, it has so many categories, and you can even make your own to ensure that if you have a niche website, it can be given it’s own special corner on the internet and thus give it the traffic is deserves.
Imagine a scenario where you open up a brand new account and post a photo of your website that sells pet supplies. Now, presuming that a cute dog is in the photo, many people will not only look at the ‘Pin’, but they will like it, and possibly re-pin it on their page. What this effectively does is give your pin mas exposure, which links back to your website.
The thing is, when the person who re-pins your pin, their friends see it, and there is a high likely hood that they too will then re-pin it, further carrying on the mass, viral exposure of your site. It creates a spider web like effect for your site in terms of backlinks, making your site more popular in the eyes of Google. Over time, this can increase your search engine rank making it much more likely that people will see your site and visit it when they’re searching terms related to your site.
Of course, from an affiliate marking point of view, Pinterest is a dream come true since it can lead to mass exposure of your affiliate link, allowing you to fully maximise your profits.
Unfortunately, Pinterest is currently an invite only system. You can request an invite from Pinterest directly. However, as it stands, there is a waiting period of at least 3 months. During this time, you’re losing out on the mass exposure that you deserve and also a loss of revenue due to this.
I am however, able to provide you with an invite. These are in a limited number, and once they’re all gone, I’ll no longer be able to provide this service to you. The price for this invite is just £1. When you factor in the HUGE benefit that using Pinterest will have on your site and business, the £1 investment is more than worth it.
There are a lot of people offering invites for over £50. I don’t feel that this is right, and I only take the £1 as a way to cover the time I spend in sending the invite out to you.
If you would like to take me up on this offer and get your extremely cheap Pinterest invite, please use the PayPal button below. This is a one off payment, and the invite will be sent to you within 24 hours of payment being received. The invite will be sent to the email address to which the PayPal payment has been made from.