The golden unicorn for blog traffic.
The best platform that every blogger should be on.
The avalanche of all your blogging dreams.
That code you just can’t seem to crack 🤷🏻♀️
As many of you know, I launched TCM in March 2016. I saw a glorious spike in traffic right away, like 20k page views in the first two months… and then things plummeted. It was total beginners luck and I spent months trying to figure out how to get my page views back to that 20k, and better yet, surpass it.
I kept hearing how Pinterest was a bloggers dream. But TBH, it was my third or fourth referrer (topped by Twitter, Facebook, and Stumbleupon most months). I read every blog post under the sun, purchased books and courses about Pinterest traffic and just couldn’t crack the code fully. I signed up for Boardbooster and Tailwind like all the guru’s said to do. I manually pinned but developed carpal tunnel from all the intense small movements. It just seemed like I would never go beyond 1,000-3,000 page views per month from Pinterest.
And then I decided to stop following everyone else’s strategies exactly, and create my own by integrating all the things I’d learned and some things I realized I was intuitively doing. In a month I started seeing results, and then it all just clicked.
My Pinterest traffic started to explode by an average of 750%
(or something like that… i was never good at percentages so I apologize for the mis-math in the title, but just look at the screenshots of growth!!):
Aug 2016 compared to Aug 2017:
Sept 2016 compared to Sept 2017:
Oct 2016 compared to Oct 2017:
I kept having friends in similar boats (reading every blog post and purchasing every ebook under the sun) come to me wanting to know exactly what I was doing. I’d take clients through my practice in 1-1 sessions and STILL would get tons of questions after the fact. It became apparent really quick that I was on to something that people NEEDED and just couldn’t understand with what was already out there. Enter…
In my course, I’ll show you the exact steps I take for Pinterest! From when I create a new post all the way to how I promote it. I’ll take you through my graphics strategy, hashtag strategy, descriptions, and how I use schedulers, Facebook groups, and of course, manually pin. We’ll also chat about my *unpopular* opinion on your Pinterest profile and sections. Since the course is new, you get some added benefits:
1) You’ll have access to all future versions of the course! As the price goes up for others with new updates, you’ll enjoy all the perks of being an early student!
2) You will have total email access with me to help shape future versions of the course! I want to hear your questions that are still lingering, your wins, and of course how things are going!
I had a few people go through the course as “beta” testers and here’s what they had to say:
“So I just finished your Pinterest course and IT. WAS. AMAZING. I literally felt like I spent 2-3 hours on a personal session with you talking all about Pinterest. You answered a ton of my questions and being able to SEE you doing it is exactly how I learn, so that was awesome. I’m actually going to go through and redoing the entire course just so it settles into my brain a little bit more! Seriously, you have so much good info in there, this course will be a hit among bloggers!” – Katherine from The Weekend Fox
*Actually peep Katherine’s comment below where she shares she TRIPLED her traffic already!
“This is the course I have been waiting for! Everyone and their mom likes to blog about scheduling out your pins with an automated scheduler and for the life of me, I could not figure out why those strategies weren’t getting me the traffic I knew my blog deserved. After taking Rachel’s course and putting in the work, my page views went from barely reaching 150/day to almost always passing the 500/day mark. Not to mention, I only have 50 posts live on the blog! Rachel breaks things down step by step, in an easy to follow and digestible way. Highly recommend it to blogger looking to grow on Pinterest.” – Michelle from She’s Not So Basic