Pinterest for Professional Organizers

Training for Professional Organizers

I have developed a webinar that is geared primarily for Professional Organizers but others in the home decorating, interior design, home staging or fashion can also benefit from this webinar.

Pinterest 101 for Professional Organziers –

Pinterest is the fastest growing social network and is providing more referrals back to website than Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube – combined.  Join me for this 1.25 hour webinar where you will learn what Pinterest is all about, how to set up boards, how to pin an image correctly and why professional organizers arein love with it.

When: Monday, October 22, 2012

Time: 1:30  pm EST / 11:30 am PST or 7 pm EST/4 pm PST

Where: in the comfort of your home or office

How: Webex – invitation sent out once you have registered

Cost: $40   $29

Learn the why you need to be on Pinterest.  The basics will cover:

  • creating a board
  • adding pins
  • linking to your other social media platforms
  • Pinterest etiquette and best practices
  • collaborating for a greater impact

If you are interested in signing up please proceed to my registration page.  Make sure to indicate whether you are interested in the afternoon or evening session.

Space is limited so sign up today so you won’t be disappointed.


Have you discovered Pinterest?

Have you discovered Pinterest yet?  The website describes it very simply: it’s an online pinboard that lets you organize the things you love.  I discovered it through, Cynthia Gagen, blogging friend of mine that blogs about crafts (actually, she blogs about a whole lot more) .  She uses Pinterest to capture images of crafts she’s made, crafts she likes and to display craft projects by others.  You can find her awesome boards here and her even better blog here.

The same goes for my organizing buddies.  There is not a day that goes by that a professional organizers doesn’t pin something on the group board.  In Pinterest you have your own boards and you have boards that you can collaborate on. 

Pinterest is a means of capturing pictures from every possible source: websites, blogs, uploaded photographs…etc. so that you can then group them together and create a board.  This is a fun and easy way of capturing your favourite images without having to bookmark each individual webpage. 

The most important thing to remember when sharing content is to be sure to give credit where credit is due. Thank the source (even if they were not the original person that pinned the picture).   If you can, try and go back to the original source (especially if it is a photograph from a blog post and was taken by the blogger). Then the ‘pin’ will have a direct link to the picture. If you just keep re-pinning, sometimes the source is lost – not good content-credit Karma…

Other then that, have fun, get inspired and pin away.  Let me know how you use your Pinterest boards and lastly, stay tuned for an introductory Pinterest Class for those of you just starting.

Here is my board so follow me if you must…

My Blog Logos and Pinterest

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As I am currently experimenting with all things Pinterest, I thought it would be interesting to create a Pin Board that would encourage other bloggers to post pins to my newest board: Your Blog.  It is a yet another way to engage on social media using a visual pin board.  Please feel free to:

  1. Follow me on Pinterest
  2. Follow Your Blogs board
  3. Encourage you to collaborate.  I will add you as a collaborator to this board or my other fun collaboration board – What Were They Thinkin’?

I will be writing a series of Pinterest posts coming up … so stay tuned…