Make Your Pinterest Business Account Ready for Spring

Make Your Pinterest Business Account Ready for Spring

*Disclosure: This post does contain affiliate links to the Pinning Perfect Ecourse.  I only reccomend courses or products that I have used personally. You can read my full disclosure policy here.

Make Your Pinterest Business Account Ready for Spring

 

Spring is the perfect time to clean out our homes so why not our social media accounts as well.  Today I’m solely focusing on Pinterest as it is my number one social referrer everyday. As with all things in social media everything is in constant flux.  Normally, when we declutter we want to get rid of things but that is not the case with Pinterest.  Pins from 3 to 4 years ago are still bringing in traffic to my site even though those pins are less than ideal.

Today I will tackle some housekeeping or updating items for Pinterest and also tell you about a sale in the Pinning Perfect Ecourse from Blog Clarity.  I am an affiliate for this course but it is the only course I have every needed to stay on top of Pinterest and making it my number one referrer to my blog.  The price will be going up later this year so if you are interested there is a $25 discount available only on March 15th and 16th (Code only works on Thursday and Friday).  So let’s make our Pinterest account spring ready!

Here our my top 3 tips to check out to make your Pinterest Business Account Ready for Spring

First, did you check out Pinterest’s Top 100 Trends for 2018.  Here are the categories that may apply if you are writer, mom blogger, craft blogger and a few other interesting ones. You want to be creating posts or pins that will hit what is trending in Pinterest search bar.  It help make you more revelant. My top 5 were:

  • Pom Pom Decor
  • Removeable Wall Art  – As a Silhouette Crafter I’m going to have to explore this one a bit more.
  • Living in the Present
  • DIY Jewerly
  • Self Care Topics

I encourage you to explore the article for more ideas.

Second, have you checked out the new Section part of your boards? You should already have a board for your blog or business.  Now you can create separate sections to help people navigate to find the specifc posts, information or products easier.

Make Your Pinterest Business account ready for spring

 

Third, did you know you could archive boards.  If you click on the edit button you will see an archive button.  You may want to consider doing this if you have not posted to a board for a while. According to Pinterest it can improve your revelance and notifications. Here is the article for all of the lastest Pinterest tools. 

Now it’s your turn.  Go and spring clean your pinterest business account.  If you want to tackle improving your pinterest strategy I encourgae you to check out the Spring Sale of the Pinning Perfect Ecourse.

If you are simply overwhelmed by the look for the course or don’t have the time and are looking for help with your Pinterest account from set up, strategy to pin creations I will launching my own Pinterest Virtual Assistent Help soon.  Subscribe to my newsletter and snag my launching code when I launch. 

 

Bonnie Dani

Bonnie Dani

Educator, Writer, Blogger, Mom

Bonnie is an admitted book, planner, craft, coffee and chocoholic. She spends her free time buried in books or craft supplies. When she is not creating she loves helping other women find their creative centre. Former high school teacher now she is the creator and owner of Adalinc to Life Blog and Boutique.

How to Teach Your Dragon Proper Grammar

How to Teach Your Dragon Proper Grammar

How to Teach Your Dragon Proper Grammar

*Disclosure:  I received a free pdf copy of the grammar book in order to facilitate this review.  My opinions are my own.  I only review books I believe my readers would be interested in. 

You may have seen your last dangling participle or misused comma in the kingdom. Childrens’ writer Diane Mae Robinson has created a fun and easy way for any young grammar dragon in training to learn the often difficult and, dare I say, tedious rules of English grammar.  As an English/Language Art teacher knows our students usually begin breathing fire when we bring up polishing our grammar sword skills.  Robinson’s book will be the faithful companion all our young grammar dragons need.

What will you find in the book?  You will find chapters organized by the most common grammar mistakes.  Topics range from understanding confusing words to proper use of quotation marks and brackets for a total of 10 chapters.  That is a lot of grammar rules to cover.  What makes this book different is the way Robinson uses her characters from her The Pen Pieyu Series to explain and provide examples.  She has made it easily digestible for a late elementary to a middle-grade student.  In addition to the chapters devoted to explaining the rules, Robinson has also provided a level 1 and 2 test for the little grammar dragons to practice their skills.

If you are interested in The Pen Pieyu Series I have a review of book 3 from a few years ago. Sir Princess Petra and her trusty sidekick, Snarls the Dragon, set off on an adventure to save Petra’s knighthood.  Sir Princess Petra will need her smarts, problem-solving skills, and compassion to succeed. Read more of my review here.

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This book will make for a great educational resource in any classroom, homeschool or just for any moms and dads helping their young kids with revisions at home.

You can find The Dragon Grammar book on (None of these are affiliate links but where you can find the book for purchase)

Amazon  

Goodreads

Smashwords

Barnes & Noble

Amazon.ca 

Find out more about the author on her website:  Diane Mae Robinson

Bonnie is an admitted book, planner, craft, coffee and chocoholic. She spends her free time buried in books or craft supplies. When she is not creating she loves helping other women find their creative centre. Former high school teacher now she is the creator and owner of Adalinc to Life Blog and Boutique.

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