If you have been under a rock for the last few months, there is a hot new site called Pinterest. Pinterest works primarily with images and gives you the ability to pin (save) your favorite items, create boards (groups of your favorite items), and like (save other people’s items) images. Pinterest also allows you to follow your friends and people with similar interests as well as be followed by people that like your Pins. Since there is obviously money to be made by creative marketers, and traffic to be had, I’ve started a service that will allow you to buy Pinterest followers. As far as I know there are not any other services that allow you to buy follows on Pinterest, but there will be hundreds by the end of the year.
I will have real people follow you. They will already have a real account, I do not need to log into your account or anything like that, all I need to know is your Pinterest username (send me the link).
After payment, please email me a link to your Pinterest account, and I’ll deliver all of the followers you order. Turn around time is about 2-3 days max.
This is my first post in a while. The reason I generally go through dry spells here on the blog is that I have clients that I’m tending to, it’s a great problem to have! I found a few minutes on a late Saturday night and wanted to share something that I’ve been sharing with my clients lately, an effective strategy for maintaining your #1 ranking.
The client in this picture came to me a couple of months ago and asked, “How do I stay at number 1?” He was obviously enjoying the fruits of his labor and wanted to make sure that he stayed at the top as long as possible.
My general strategy is to do half of what you have been doing. If you got to #1 by building 300 links per month, now drop that down to 150 links per month. You’ll keep your ranking and have a larger profit by saving some of your link building budget. This particular client wanted nothing to do with that and actually reinvested more of his profits into long tail keywords and launched a new business.
Since you’re at #1, you have already defeated your competition, but that won’t always stop them. In fact, moving ahead of your competitors can often force them to start a new link building project so they can try to get back to where they were. If you’ve ever been at #1 for your primary keyword, you know how that feels. One day you’re making money, the next day your income is down to just 25% of what it was yesterday.
Keep in mind that this is a general strategy. If your website is your primary business you might never want to stop building links. Recognize that your competition will likely never stop building links, but to maximize your profits spend half of your previous link building budget and save the rest.
Tools I Use:
Many people email asking about what SEO and web tools I use. These are tools that I have personally purchased and use daily. I highly recommend them.