Given everything that is going on in the world right now, I know more people than ever are looking to make money from home. I’ve been a Pinterest virtual assistant since 2018 and it’s given me a ton of freedom.
It allowed me to move cross country to be closer to family without worrying about a job. Unlike when I was freelance writing it provided much more stable and consistent income every month.
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To help others better understand what a Pinterest VA does and how to get started, I’m sharing this video interview with Kristin Larsen co-founder of Become a Pinterest VA Today that was originally recorded as part of the Side Gig Summit.
Who is Kristin Larsen?
Kristin Larsen is the go-to Pinterest person, speaking at and conducting several in-person workshops at conferences and for groups across the United States. She is also a Tailwind ambassador, an official partner of Pinterest. In 2015, Kristin launched a successful Pinterest management company that has helped over 100 bloggers, online business owners and brick-and-mortar shops experience explosive growth on Pinterest. Founder of BelieveInABudget.com and co-founder of PinterestVA.com, Kristin’s courses have helped entrepreneurs learn how to use Pinterest and how to start a side hustle as a Pinterest virtual assistant.
Links & Resources Mentioned in the video:
- Pinterest VA.com
- 5 Specific Tips to Up Your Traffic Game as a Pinterest Virtual Assistant
- The Pinterest Post