Pin Power Method™

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Learn Pinterest marketing with in-depth online lessons that help you rethink your strategy

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Pin Power Method™

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  • Pin Power Method™

    • Instant access to 15+ lessons in the training library
    • Done-for-you Canva Pinterest templates
    • Done-for-you keyword lists for Pinterest SEO
    • Promoted Pins training
    • Access to live Q+A recordings
    • Guest expert bonus training
    • Resource library of checklists, workbooks, and more
    • Affiliate commission
    • Content planning + batching course

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There's a good rule of thumb: deliver 80% value 20% sell, but your trademarked logo is stuffed in every "pin" on this deal page, so it's 100% Sell. Why should we learn it the wrong way?

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Hi there! Thanks for your comment - like many online entrepreneurs my intellectual property has been "re-packaged" by others many times and so the trademark is part of my branding. Pinterest is actually encouraging creators to make Fresh Pins and it's more like 80% of your Pinterest content is intended to get people to your website. Hope that's helpful!

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But why should we learn the wrong way to trademark our every single image?

Here's example: https://www.pinterest.com/kitchenideas/amazing-kitchens/

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This seems wildly overpriced for what it is. What makes this deal worth 4x's a normal lifetime deal for software that can be used on a regular basis?

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Great question, thanks! The regular Pin Power Method is $490 per year (or $49 per month). In essence, you're getting 60% off of the one-year cost for lifetime access. With lifetime access, you will always get up-to-date best practices, recordings of our monthly Q+A's, and monthly updates like new Canva templates. It's hard to calculate the value of lifetime access! Hope that helps!

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Why is the not on the main AS page and why is it priced so much higher than regular deals?

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Hi, thanks for your question! This isn't listed yet until I get the required "taco reviews" (which is true for all AppSumo products to start) - so right now I'm marketing on my own. It's really hard to calculate the value of lifetime access to a monthly membership! The regular Pin Power Method membership is $490/year. So, for 60% off a yearly price, you're actually getting access to all the new stuff that's added monthly, along with updated best practices and training. Hope that helps!

user-avatar

There's a good rule of thumb: deliver 80% value 20% sell, but your trademarked logo is stuffed in every "pin" on this deal page, so it's 100% Sell. Why should we learn it the wrong way?

Hide replies 2
user-avatar

Hi there! Thanks for your comment - like many online entrepreneurs my intellectual property has been "re-packaged" by others many times and so the trademark is part of my branding. Pinterest is actually encouraging creators to make Fresh Pins and it's more like 80% of your Pinterest content is intended to get people to your website. Hope that's helpful!

user-avatar

But why should we learn the wrong way to trademark our every single image?

Here's example: https://www.pinterest.com/kitchenideas/amazing-kitchens/

user-avatar

This seems wildly overpriced for what it is. What makes this deal worth 4x's a normal lifetime deal for software that can be used on a regular basis?

Hide replies 1
user-avatar

Great question, thanks! The regular Pin Power Method is $490 per year (or $49 per month). In essence, you're getting 60% off of the one-year cost for lifetime access. With lifetime access, you will always get up-to-date best practices, recordings of our monthly Q+A's, and monthly updates like new Canva templates. It's hard to calculate the value of lifetime access! Hope that helps!

user-avatar

Why is the not on the main AS page and why is it priced so much higher than regular deals?

Hide replies 1
user-avatar

Hi, thanks for your question! This isn't listed yet until I get the required "taco reviews" (which is true for all AppSumo products to start) - so right now I'm marketing on my own. It's really hard to calculate the value of lifetime access to a monthly membership! The regular Pin Power Method membership is $490/year. So, for 60% off a yearly price, you're actually getting access to all the new stuff that's added monthly, along with updated best practices and training. Hope that helps!

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