FAQ's

Pinterest Marketing

Are you up to date on the new Pinterest changes?


YES! I'm part of several communities filled with very smart and active Pinterest managers adn strategists. We talk almost daily about the changes in Pinterest and our findings as account managers.




How do you manage client posts?


I use Trello to communicate with my clients. The short explination is you post a new piece of content on the proper boardand I'll know what post takes priority. You'll also see my notes and when I pinned each post.




Why should I market on Pinterest?


​Why do I need to market on Pinterest?
Pinterest is actually a visual search engine and has optimized it's platform to help drive traffic to your website and convert leads- more so than any other social media platform. Networking your content on Pinterest will ensure you get seen by some of the 335 million monthly users who are looking for content like yours. In fact, if you are a blogger or content creator, some have said that not marketing your business on Pinterest is like opting out of Google.


What makes Pinterest different that Facebook or Instagram?
If you post something on Facebook or Instagram, you visibility will last roughly hour before it's buried in the news feed. Alternatively, anything you pin on Pinterest is evergreen, which means your content won't be lost come tomorrow. In fact, I've had clients tell me what they pinned two years ago is still driving traffic to their website. That's pretty amazing and is exactly why we say Pinterest is a long term game (kind of like the stock market).



How do I know if I'm ready to market on Pinterest?
There are a few things you need to have set up in order to be successful on Pinterest. Here are the basics: A website. All of your pins should link back to your own website. Note: You must own your website (not MLM) Content people can search for, (blog, vlog, course, etc.) Opt in/Freebie/Lead Magnet. Something that will capture your traffic Welcome email series- your funnel will need to nurture new leads so they will be ready when you launch new content The functionality to handle increased traffic, leads, and sales. Do you have the processes in place to manage all of that?
​To go more in depth, reach out to me and we can discuss it further.

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How do I get in touch with you? You can email me at sarah@myvasolutions.com or visit the Contact Me page. I typically respond within 1-2 business days.


What time zone are you in? I work out of the US East Coast on EST. I'm horrible at converting time zones, so you get to do your own math.


What happens if we aren't a good fit? No Worries! I understand how important it is to work with the right person. I appreciate honest and open conversation, so if something isn't working out, just let me know. I will do the same in return and we can find a mutual solution.



How safe is my information? Absolutely! I would never sell your information or discuss your business with others. You can view my Privacy Policy here.



What's the difference between a VA and an employee? A VA is an independent contractor- they work for themselves and you are a "client" purchasing their services, kind of like a plumber or tutor. Unlike employees, you will not be responsible for providing your VA with insurance, a W2, or equipment like a computer and internet. Do note, there are some platforms a VA may require you to have for automation purposes. For Pinterest Management, that may be a Canva account or Tailwind App account.

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I'm really not sure what package I need. Can you help me figure it out? Of course, I can ask you some questions and lead you through the process of figuring out what is a right fit for you.



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How do I know if I'm ready to market on Pinterest?


There are a few things you need to have set up in order to be successful on Pinterest. Here are the basics: A website. All of your pins should link back to your own website. Note: You must own your website (not MLM) Content people can search for, (blog, vlog, course, etc.) Opt in/Freebie/Lead Magnet. Something that will capture your traffic Welcome email series- your funnel will need to nurture new leads so they will be ready when you launch new content The functionality to handle increased traffic, leads, and sales. Do you have the processes in place to manage all of that?
​To go more in depth, reach out to me and we can discuss it further.




How can I get in contact with you?


You can email me at sarah@myvasolutions.com or visit the Contact Me page. I typically respond within 1-2 business days.




What time zone are you in?


I work out of the US East Coast on EST. I'm horrible at converting time zones, so you get to do your own math.




What happens if we aren't a good fit?


No Worries! I understand how important it is to work with the right person. I appreciate honest and open conversation, so if something isn't working out, just let me know. I will do the same in return and we can find a mutual solution.




How safe is my information?


Absolutely! I would never sell your information or discuss your business with others. You can view my Privacy Policy here.




What's the difference between a VA and an employee?


A VA is an independent contractor- they work for themselves and you are a "client" purchasing their services, kind of like a plumber or tutor. Unlike employees, you will not be responsible for providing your VA with insurance, a W2, or equipment like a computer and internet. Do note, there are some platforms a VA may require you to have for automation purposes. For Pinterest Management, that may be a Canva account or Tailwind App account.




I'm really not sure what package I need. Can you help me figure it out?


Of course, I can ask you some questions and lead you through the process of figuring out what is a right fit for you.









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