Over the summer, Nicole at Startup Fashion and I worked with nearly 200 emerging fashion brands through our inaugural Build Your Fashion Brand series. I’m excited to announce that we have partnered together for another round!
Our fall series is even better than our first go-round, featuring subject matter experts, free downloads as well as our own combined two decades of fashion marketing expertise. Over the next three months, we’ll be tackling how to make the most of Pinterest, how to determine if crowdfunding is the right investment/marketing strategy, and how to finally start that company blog that builds community and drives word-of-mouth.
As always, our courses take place over Spreecast, so you can watch/rewatch to your heart’s content. Keeping in mind your startup budget, the one-hour, interactive classes are ridiculously affordable (just $15 a course when you sign up for the 3-pack), and everything we teach, you can implement on your own, without the need to hire expensive consultants, PR or marketing agencies.
Build Your Fashion Brand Fall Course Details
Part 1: How to Get 1.5 Million Pinterest Followers
October 29, 2013 at 8pm EST
With more than 70 million users, and 80% of them women, it’s no wonder that the fashion industry – from magazines to top brands – love Pinterest. Beyond just a pretty 2 a.m. time-suck, Pinterest offers real business opportunities through referral traffic, customer awareness and sales. Learn about important, recent changes to Pinterest and how to take full advantage of all the visual platform has to offer.
Plus, learn from guest speaker Melissa Taylor. Melissa teaches entrepreneurs how to successfully market their businesses on Pinterest, having turned her 1.5 million Pinterest following & expertise into a book, Pinterest Savvy: How I Got 1 Million+ Followers (Strategies, Plans, and Tips to Grow Your Business with Pinterest), and a Pinterest Savvy business. Melissa will also be sharing 15 Free Pin Templates, to help you get more results from what you pin.
Ready to Build the Fashion Brand of Your Dreams?
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