Top 7 Ways to Use Pinterest Pincodes for Your Yarn Business

Here are my top 7 ways to use a Pincode:

  1. Add a Pincode linking to your main pinterest board to your About page on your website, Ravelry, Facebook, linked in etc
  2. Add a Pincode to your newsletters, a generic one for regular weekly newsletters and a specific one with a different graphic for a particular marketing goal.
  3. Add a Pincode to your instagram account from time to time announcing a new board, collection or service. Its interesting enough and pretty enough to be used as instagram content.
  4. Add a pincode to your patterns. It will be an easy to follow link to the main body of your work.
  5. Add a pincode to the labels for your yarns.
  6. Add a pincode to your business cards, if you get through them at a good rate. Not much point if it takes you 5 years to give out 50 cards…
  7. Print out and laminate a Pincode to take with you to live events where you are selling/demonstrating. It also has the added bonus of being a talking point for those who haven’t seen them before.

Feel free to refer anyone who isn’t sure how to use a pincode to this short demo video:

If you aren’t sure how to create a Pincode check out this article : How to Create a Pinterestest Pincode.

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The Founder of Yarn Academy Babs is all about inspiring others to find their creative juices. Babs finds it exhilarating to learn as many new techniques and skills as humanly possible and explore the entire world of yarn. Babs is always looking for the win win solution to any situation so we can all grow together in the wonderful world of fibre and colour.

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