are you ready…
to simplify the creation of idea pins?
Okay, so you’ve created a few Idea Pins. You are pretty convinced Idea Pins should be part of your strategy.
But now what?
Where are people coming up with all these ideas for content?
How do they know what to create or what will “stop the scroll” of their ideal person on Pinterest?
While there’s no one way to do Idea Pins, this free content planning worksheet will help you create a consistent workflow, have a better understanding of where your customers or followers are at in their journey, and have you pumping out Idea Pins on the reg.
Inside the content planning worksheet…
- Space to brainstorm content ideas (editable – no printing required!)
- Tips on how to categorize your ideas and determine what stage of decision-making your ideal customer or follower is at
- Storyboard panels to plan out your Idea Pin content
- Calendar pages to plan out Idea Pins for a full quarter
- Idea Pin best practices
- And more!
DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT!
“I work full time…therefore, content creation, pins, posts, idea pins are always a struggle. Today, I spent 45 min BEFORE starting my work day to follow the steps we discussed in the monthly coaching call. I will create 1 idea pin per week.
Anyway, to the fun part. I thought of 39 ideas for idea pins, some could also be new post ideas, scheduled them right away, and I came up with content ideas until the first week of November! Which is AWESOME ! I can later create holiday ideas to include for the last quarter as well. These ideas were mainly evergreen ideas. Thank you for this exercise! Made me want to jump back into this with a clearer mind!” – Simple Pin Collective member
remove the guesswork and frustration
from your idea pin content planning
Plan three months worth of Idea Pin content ideas, simplify your brainstorm time AND your workflow, so you can focus back on other areas of your business!