Pinterest is a place where our passions come to life: design, food, crafts, beauty, fashion, party planning, travel and more. It’s also one of the most powerful platforms with which to grow your social media presence, and it continues to be one of the biggest referrers to blogs.
Join our group of top Pinterest’ers sharing their stories of how they’ve transformed their personal interests into gorgeous boards and literally hundreds of thousands of followers — and how you can too.
About the speakers:
Jennifer Jain is a mum to two and became a grateful stay at home Mum in 2012 after redundancy. She loves blogging at Jennifer’s Little World about the fun that they have together as a family, with a particular emphasis on the crafts that they all enjoy. She loves sharing her own ideas, as well as finding inspiration from other blogs and Pinterest. Jennifer has done stints as a BritMums pinner, doing takeovers on the BritMums Pinterest. Follow her Pinterest: JenniferJain.
Jen Stanbrook is the founder of Love Chic Living, an award-winning blog focusing on style and design for a family home. Jen’s main aim is to keep her advice aspirational yet achievable. With an insatiable love of home interiors and interior design, Jen firmly believes that just because you have children, your home doesn’t have to be boring or dull. Having won Cosmopolitan Magazine’s Best Interiors Blog in 2013 and the Style Brilliance in Blogging award 2014, the success of her blog keeps on growing. Jen is a huge Pinterest fan, with over 650K followers and a wealth of pinning knowledge and inspiration that she loves to share. Follow her on Pinterest: JenStanbrook.
Helen Neale started blogging in 2012 on KiddyCharts and Stickers, Stars and Smiles after throwing in the towel on being a business analyst and a mum after too many late nights and trips to the US. Believe it or not, she missed them. Writing had always been a dream, and blogging seemed to be an ideal way of developing that dream while still managing to keep her kids entertained. Blogging and social media quickly became her not so secret escape; coupled with the occasional diet coke and sneaky choccy bar. Thankfully, other organisations noticed she was spending far too much time on social media; with KiddyCharts making it as a finalist in the National Blog awards this year, and in the BIBs last year. KiddyCharts has now developed into much more than a mere distraction and provides a steady income, alongside her social media and blogging role for the online retailer, Truprint. Follow her on Pinterest: Kiddycharts.
Don’t miss out on this and other great sessions, opportunities to connect with brands, the parties and networking with all your favourite bloggers!