I'm about to tell you something really embarrassing.
I didn't have a Pinterest account for my first 6 months as a blogger.
In fact, I only started my Pinterest account on January 10.
You read that correctly... January 10th, 2017.
So now you're thinking, "Well, wait a minute. Why am I on the sales page for a Pinterest course founded and created by some loser blogger who only started a Pinterest account 2 months ago?"
AHHHH, great question.
In less than 3 weeks I gained 300 followers and already 11% of my website traffic was coming from Pinterest.
In February, that percentage shot from 11% all the way to 35.9%.
And that percentage is still climbing in March.
What's the takeaway here?
In just over 8 weeks on Pinterest, my account went from NOTHING to being my top source of traffic.
Plus, I gained 700 followers in 8 weeks. NOT BAD.
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Hi, I'm Eden! It's nice to "virtually" meet you! Here's my story: In early 2016 I was enrolled to start my first semester of law school. My seat deposit was paid and I even secured an apartment in NYC! At the last minute, 2 months before the first day of classes, I cancelled my enrollment and decided to start my blog instead. Eight months later, I'm proud to say that blogging is my bread and butter. Now I spend my days teaching people just like you how to set themselves free from their day jobs by turning a profit online from the comfort of their own home. Are you with me?