You're Invited: How to Grow Your Organic Pinterest Strategy in 2020

Haley Durkee
March 24, 2020

On March 27th, join Dash Hudson’s director of partnerships, Maggie Hickey and brand strategist Kelly Bourque, along with Programs at Pinterest’s partnership manager Lucy Matthews, for a free webinar on how to optimize your organic Pinterest strategy. Register now.

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Direct-to-consumer marketing has never been more available or more valuable to brands. Cutting out the middleman and opening a line of communication with your customer base can save time, reduce costs, and exponentially increase ROI. But how do you do it effectively and where should you start? At 335 million users and 240 billion posts (affectionately referred to as “Pins”), Pinterest is a top choice.

The visual discovery engine offers premium real estate for direct-to-consumer initiatives and high-quality opportunities for new engagement. With content curation as its bread and butter, the channel attracts consumers looking to purchase what they Pin—from food to furniture, fashion, and fitness gear—which means the possibilities for brands across industries to convert Pinners into customers are endless.

In our upcoming webinar, we’ll cover how Dash Hudson’s Pinterest solution helps brands dive into Pin performance, track link clicks, and optimize their Pinterest strategy to maximize ROI. Pinterest’s own Lucy Matthews will discuss how brands can best use the platform to organically grow their audiences, increase brand awareness, and drive traffic with refined techniques for 2020.

This webinar is free and open to all. Hope to see you there! 📌

Where: Zoom via Dash Hudson (register here)

When: Friday, March 27th 11:00 am PST / 2:00 pm EST

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