Maggie Lamarre – Pinterest Marketing for business and residual income

MaggieLamarre1Generating leads effortlessly

One of the best kept secrets for generating targeted leads, building a mailing list and converting clicks to cash is Pinterest.

How would you like to make money while you sleep?  

I do it all the time and in this webinar I am going to share 3 time tested and proven strategies that have worked for Fortune 500 Companies and will work for you as well.  One of the best kept secrets for generating targeted leads, building a mailing list and converting clicks to cash is Pinterest.  The profits that can be made, when you understand how to utilize this powerful profit platform are mind blowing.  

In my free webinar, we cover how to build your brand, tell your story with visual content and exactly how to do that with power images, SEO Secrets, how to connect most of your social media to leverage your time, build a massive buying database and best yet – close sales easily and effectively. And…that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Here are some of the business building insights we’ll cover:

  • Preence on Pinterest
  • Targeted clients
  • Building engagements
  • What most business owners are not doing
  • Using Pinterest as a PR Platform

More about Maggie:

Maggie Lamarre, Your Visual Content Coach, comes to you with Degrees in Computer Programming, Technology and Graphic Design and combines that with an unbridled desire to connect others through her entrepreneurial spirit.  Add in her passion for crafts and creative soul and you can easily see why she has been showcased in over 50 Publications and has risen to the top in social media to be honored on the Top 50 Bloggers NY Times list.  Named as one of the top Influencers on Pinterest by Better Homes and Garden Magazine, Maggie is a wealth of knowledge in branding through social media and a innovator resource for speaking and training that should be in the front of all corporate rolodexes.

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