CQ SHOPFRONT WEBINAR SERIES - Pinterest for Creative Businesses with Renee Baker
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About the Event
Did you know that there are 4.3 million Australians that use Pinterest?
Whilst there’s an obvious focus on Instagram for the maker community, have you considered using Pinterest as an additional promotional channel for your products, especially if you make items for women or mums?
Presented by Renée Baker of D’Alton Baker Productions, this one hour webinar will cover hints and tips on setting yourself up on Pinterest for your creative business. From creating your business profile to optimising your content, you’ll be ready to harness this powerful marketing tool.
Renée will also explore best practice methods to attract shoppers from this visual search engine to your own online store. There will also be an opportunity for a Q&A at the end of the session, so bring your questions!
D’Alton Baker Productions
Since 2016, Angela D’Alton and Renee Baker have been supporting the makers of Australia with custom mentoring and special services. During 2020 they launched two projects to help sustain the maker community during challenging circumstances.
Craft Swap was created in response to the lack of craft supplies available during 2020, providing an online location for makers to buy, swap and sell supplies from one another. Read more → craftswap.com.au
A long term dream, DBP built Make Good Things Happen, an online platform designed for the maker community of Australia. Available via monthly subscription, subscribers can access educational resources and chat with peers in a supportive environment. Join here → makegoodthingshappen.com.au
With over 13 years working within the maker community of Australia, Renee is well-positioned to provide constructive advice. Renee engineered the social media presence for brands like Koskela, Etsy Australia and the Finders Keepers Market, and as an entrepreneur herself, understands how creative agility and hard work lead to success.
This webinar is presented by Renee Baker and The Ideas Distillery for CQ Shopfront as part of the webinar series funded by Australia Council for the Arts.
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