Pinterest Marketing for Chiropractors

This is going to be the first in a series of videos I’ll be doing on, Pinterest, the hottest new social network right now. This addictive platform is fun, easy, and catching on like wildfire.

In case you’re not familiar, Pinterest is a virtual pin-board sharing website that drives MORE website traffic than Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Reddit combined!

Yes, you read that correctly. Here’s an introductory video you definitely must watch. Click the play button below and prepare to add a new dimension to your marketing!

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Dr. Matthew Loop is an author, speaker, and the most sought after social media revenue strategist in North America. He’s famous for showing celebrities, entrepreneurs and small business owners how to create wildly profitable, sustainable 5 figure per month passive income streams by harnessing the power of the Internet. Connect with him on Twitter and Google+.

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14 Responses to “Pinterest Marketing for Chiropractors”

  1. Thanks Matthew! I had not heard of Pinterest yet. Thanks for the info and thanks for keeping me on top of all the new social media and internet marketing websites.

    Doug Y

  2. Matthew Loop says:

    You’re welcome, Doc. Trust me, you’ll be hearing a lot more about Pinterest soon.

  3. Great info Matthew, thanks. I just started using Pinterest recently and just from the few pins I have up from my website, I’ve already generated traffic to my website. I know I’m probably not using it to it’s full potential yet so I look forward to this series of videos. I’ll be sure to follow you as well.

  4. Thanks for the heads up on Pinterest! This looks like it could be a great source of exposure in the future. Can you give an estimate to the percentage of time we should devote to developing this versus other social media avenues (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc)? In other words, how much of the allowable piece of our marketing time we should allocate to Pinterest?

  5. George Burroughs says:

    Thanks Matt! Great info, as always.

  6. Matthew Loop says:

    Great question, Dr. Jim. Pinterest is to the point that you should be “pinning” every day. Facebook and YouTube are the biggest (and most visited) so you should be focusing the bulk of the time engaging and doing videos. Spend 10 minutes / day on Pinterest getting to know how it works and posting images. In the powerful video training coming-up for Social Media Elite members, I’m going to go in-depth.

  7. Russ Berg says:

    This is great! It sounds like this could be bigger than Facebook. I am intrigued with your site and the incredible content you have. I look forward to learning more.

  8. Like always, great information Matt! Always appreciate the time you take to share this content so those of us that like to take action can be a step ahead. I just sent in my request to join.. once on, I will definitely look you up.

  9. Thanks for the video Matt! I really appreciate you keeping us up to date with the latest information.

  10. Matthew Loop says:

    You got it, Dr. Pierre. Wait until you see the other 4 Pinterest training videos and the 17 page PDF I sent to members. Powerful traffic and branding strategies, my friend!

  11. Dr. Amy says:

    Really enjoy all that you do to keep us in the know…many thanks!
    Dr. Amy

  12. Matthew Loop says:

    Thank you for being a valued reader of this blog, Dr. Amy! Glad you enjoy.

  13. Dr Rod says:

    Hi Dr Loop – i have been enjoying your new pinterest training module & have been going gangbusters on pinterest – its a great addition to the rest of your program – i have a question that i dont think you have covered in the trainings that i have looked at as yet > I get what seems like a lot of requests (9 to date) asking me to join various community boards – so far i have rejected them all because > 1. the community boards have been totally unrelated to the subject matter of my account (my account > health care, while the community boards have been on themes such as cars, usa restaurants, farmers markets, top pinners etc) … and 2. i am not certain what i do & how i should interact once i accept a community board request … ie do i pin all my new pins there … or just a few representative pins of what my account is about? … 3. how does belonging to a community board really help my account? … i would really appreciate it if you could elaborate those points a little more or direct me to some resources that might help me find out more about them … thank you :)

  14. Matthew Loop says:

    Hey Dr. Rod. Great question. It really depends who’s contributing to the community boards. If it’s mostly people from your local area, it might be a great idea. So, you’d have to check some of the profiles of the contributors to make sure. When you accept an invite, you’d start by just finding images and liking or commenting on them so others get to know you. If you post regularly on these boards, it could definitely send a windfall of traffic your way.

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