If you haven’t gotten the hang of Pinterest yet (or if this is the first time you’re hearing about it!), you’re in luck! Today we’re sharing a few tips and tricks to help you get the hang of Pinterest.
Pinterest is a place to collect ideas for your projects and interests – brides in particular find it incredibly helpful when it comes to wedding planning. Pins are visual bookmarks that make it easy for you to revisit useful content. You can organize your pins onto ‘boards’ (consider them virtual bulletin boards), and you can create as many boards as you’d like. You can pin images or videos from most websites onto your boards, or you can also find content to pin within the many Pinterest galleries (like weddings or DIY). Finally, you can also curate your Pinterest boards by repinning content from other accounts that you follow.
We have lots of boards on the Bella Figura Pinterest account – you can check out our boards for different color ideas (like our gold wedding inspiration board), or for boards with different styles (we’ve got boards filled with styles like vintage or formal). Our boards are curated with brides in mind, so you’ll find a nice mix of our invitations pinned next to beautiful bouquets, gowns, decor ideas, and more.
Pinterest has compiled some great tips & tricks for businesses – we highly recommend checking out their ideas! Here are a few of our own tips for using Pinterest if you’re just getting started:
- Pinterest can help drive traffic to your website! Pin images from your site onto your boards, but be sure to include a nice mix of product images with inspiration images – boards that only promote your own product can feel flat and boring.
- Pin Bella Figura products: promote the fact that you’re a Bella Figura dealer by pinning Bella Figura invitations, save the dates, and more!
- Collaborate with your customers: when it comes to custom work, you may find that some customers don’t exactly know how to express the look they’re going for. Taking a look at some boards or pins together is an excellent way to get a feel for your customer’s wedding or event style, and may help spark new ideas!
For even more tips and tricks, check out the Pinterest blog.